Naki – Stop - Ochapowace First Nation Chief Margaret Bear stands in front of a new stop sign written in Cree that has been installed on the local First Nation. The sign is one of 20 stop and yield signs that are being installed to promote and help retain the Cree language.

Preserving the First Nation language Ochapowace First Nation is working to revitalize and save the Cree language in their community and this week they unveiled the first Cree road sign […]

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