Official Languages Act

Inuit schoolchildren speak in English to each other on the playground at Leo Ussak Elementary School, Rankin Inlet.Inuit schoolchildren in a Gr. 3 class reading aloud in Inuktitut at Leo Ussak Elementary School, Rankin Inlet. (Tonda MacCharles/Toronto Star/Getty Images)

Inuktut deserves a place in the Official Languages Act

Ottawa could lead the world by formally recognizing the mother tongue of the Inuit as an official language within Nunavut
Inuit schoolchildren speak in English to each other on the playground at Leo Ussak Elementary School, Rankin Inlet.Inuit schoolchildren in a Gr. 3 class reading aloud in Inuktitut at Leo Ussak Elementary School, Rankin Inlet. (Tonda MacCharles/Toronto Star/Getty Images)

Inuktut deserves a place in the Official Languages Act

Ottawa could lead the world by formally recognizing the mother tongue of the Inuit as an official language within Nunavut
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