By Jeremy Appel Local Journalism Initiative Reporter U.S.-based non-profit the Language Collective (TLC), which exists to enhance Indigenous cultural education across Turtle Island through language preservation, has released three new resources aimed at preserving the Stoney Nakoda language. The resources consist of a Stoney Nakoda Level 2 Textbook for instruction in schools, a print Stoney Nakoda Student Dictionary, and a Stoney Podcast, where Elders tell stories to keep the culture and language alive. Twenty Elders were present for the unveiling of these resources at the Stoney Nakoda Resort in Kananaskis on Jan. 23. Wilhelm Meya, the Bloomington, Indiana-based CEO and chairman of TLC, told Alberta Native News the Stoney Education Authority (SEA) reached out to TLC in 2019 to assist the authority to “sequence a set of curriculum and resources
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