It is intended as a starting point, not a comprehensive list of every resource available on B.C. First Nations' languages. If you know of a language resource that could be added, please contact us.
The Language Toolkit is best viewed with Safari 1.1 or higher on a Mac, or Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher on a PC. To view First Nations' alphabets correctly, you may need to install an appropriate Aboriginal Font.
- Other Funding Sources
- Language Revitalization Strategies
- How to Begin an Indigenous Language Revitalization Initiative
- Language Revitalization & Research Projects - Sample Documents
- Language Keyboards
- Glossary of Linguistic Terms
- B,C, First Nations' Languages Index
To view First Nations alphabets correctly you need to have one of the following Unicode fonts installed: Lucida Grande, Lucida Sans Unicode, Gentium, Code2001, Aboriginal Sans, or Aboriginal Serif.
To download the Aboriginal Sans font:
- Click the above link to download the font. A zip file will be downloaded to your computer.
- Open the zip file and place the font files in the appropriate place on your computer:
- On a Mac, place the font files in Library/Fonts.
- On a PC, place the font files in Settings/Control Panel/Fonts.
- You may need to restart your computer to make the new fonts available.