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Canadian Indigenous Languages on a Map

Name the indigenous languages of Canada spoken by at least 1,000 people.
Cree is split into its dialects in this quiz
Quiz by Nathaniel
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Last updated: March 1, 2024
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First submittedOctober 25, 2020
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# of speakers
Language
99,950
(Cree)
35,690
Inuktitut
32,460
Ojibwe
12,605
Oji-Cree
11,130
Chipewyan
10,075
Innu-aimun
8,750
Mi'kmaq
6,495
Sioux
# of speakers
Language
5,645
Atikamekw
4,915
Siksika
3,200
Plains Cree
3,000
Moose Cree
2,685
Algonquin
2,645
Dogrib
2,495
Dakelh
2,315
South Slavey
# of speakers
Language
1,805
Swampy Cree
1,800
Woods Cree
1,650
Shuswap
1,575
Gitxsan
1,400
Tsilhqot'in
1,235
North Slavey
1,230
Naskapi
1,090
Nisga'a
5 Comments
+3
Level 70
Oct 25, 2020
Brilliant, thanks for making it!
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Level 74
Oct 25, 2020
Thanks and also your welcome XD
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Level 74
Oct 25, 2020
In fact, I have to say thank you once more, since your language map quizzes, which I love, inspired me to make these two.

Thank you!!!

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Level 50
Feb 15, 2024
pls accept inuit
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Level 26
Jun 10, 2024
"Inuit" is not a language- it just means "people" in many of their languages. I would recommend accepting "Inuktut" though- that refers to all Canadian Inuit dialects from Inuvialuktun to Nunatsiavimmiutut instead of just inuktitut