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Nathalie Nathalie from Victoriaville wrote on March 21, 2014 at 5:37 PM:
Washiya!
I really enjoy all the beautiful content of this site!
Thank you very much for sharing.

Meegwetch
Andrea D. Gilpin Andrea D. Gilpin from Ottawa wrote on August 22, 2011 at 3:28 PM:
Hello,

While doing some genealogical research, I came across this wonderful site. I was delighted to find recordings of my late grandmother, Charlotte Visitor. Now, I am attempting to translate them.
This site has assisted me considerably, with this task, since I have not spoken Cree, in years. It is all coming back, and one day, I hope to be fluent.

Thanks

-ᐋᓐᑦᕇᔮ ᑖᐦᓐ

Note: Please make the dictionary download available for Macintosh.
Julie B Julie B wrote on April 3, 2011 at 12:50 AM:
Bravo! à votre équipe et au peuple cri qui valorise la langue maternelle et qui permet un apprentissage interactif pour ceux et celles qui veulent se réapprprier un aspect cette richesse patrimoniale via le web. Je suis innue de la Côte-Nord. Continuez votre beau travail! C'est un bel investissement de votre part.
Sammy Sammy wrote on August 25, 2010 at 2:05 PM:
When will we see terms related to administration, leadership, and/or government, such as accountability, programs, services, policies, procedures, resources, Vision, long-term objectives, goals, priority, fair, effective, responsible, etc...? A Government Resource Book perhaps?
Gail Shashaweskum Gail Shashaweskum from CREE wrote on January 30, 2010 at 7:36 AM:
Hi....
I recently started teaching and I find this site pretty useful with your resources. I have used this as one of my daily teaching resources. However, I do want to make a suggestion to you that I thought about the other day as I was making my Animal Unit worksheets.. considering the need for images or coloring pages that represent our way of life....It would be very useful for myself, along with other CLIP teachers if the site had tradional Cree clipart and coloring images. It is quite time consuming when we have to do it all manually. I am pretty sure the CLIP teachers would really use them for their benefit also. Please put this suggestion into consideration.
Thanks for this site.
Karine Masson Karine Masson wrote on December 15, 2009 at 5:00 AM:
Bonjour, je suis de descendance Cri (ma mère était Cri), j'habite la Gaspésie. Il manquait à ma vie de pouvoir parler ma langue maternelle (ma mère avait été adoptée bébé, alors elle ne la connaissait pas non plus). Je suis heureuse d'avoir accès aux merveilleux outils que vous avez mis en ligne gratuitement ! Mille mercis ! Quand je retournerai vous voir à la Baie James, je serai peut-être en mesure de mieux communiquer avec les gens extraordinaires qui composent ce territoire. Merci !
CharlesMills CharlesMills wrote on September 27, 2009 at 2:26 AM:
Let,s standardize our Cree spelling system and try to unite when it comes to creating new words for our dictionary from dialect to dialect. This will unite the Plains Cree and the East Cree etc. Thank you.
nicolepetiquay nicolepetiquay wrote on September 17, 2009 at 3:51 PM:
kwei,
je suis par hasard arriver sur votre site!
alors, félicitations!

je suis de wemotaci et je travaille moi aussi dans le domaine de la langue atikamekw!

matcaci,
rousseau jean-pierre rousseau jean-pierre wrote on September 14, 2009 at 3:42 AM:
bonjour
Marie Okimawininew Marie Okimawininew wrote on September 13, 2009 at 3:44 PM:
Bonjour, je suis, juste, très heureuse de découvrir ce site. Je suis, Crie de Fort Albay, On./Attawapiscat/Moosonee. Je ne parle pas ma langue maternelle car, je fûs adoptée mais, peut-être que votre site m,aidera.

Merci et au plaisir.

O.M.
Linda Vistor Linda Vistor wrote on September 3, 2009 at 7:30 PM:
i want to download the latest version of the northern dialect of the lexicon. How do i get the most recent version. The lexicon that I am referring to is dated back to 2005

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Reply from Eastcree.org Admin
Hello Linda,
The lastest portable Cree dictionary (lexicon) is being sold on CD. You can order online through this link http://www.eastcree.org/eastcree/en/resources/cds
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BETTE-lOU BERGERON BETTE-lOU BERGERON wrote on August 26, 2009 at 4:17 AM:
HELLO

I LOVE THIS SITE. MY FATHER WAS BORN IN CHICOUTIMI, QUEBEC, IN 1920. HIS NAME WAS ALBERT JOSEPH BERGERON. HIS REAL MOTHER DIED AND HAD A STEP MOTHER WHOM HE HATED. HE LEFT CHICOUTIMI AT AGE 14 FOR THE WEST. I KNOW FOR A FACT I HAVE RELATIVES LIVING IN THIS COMMUNITY. COULD SOMEONE HELP ME TRACK THEM DOWN OR FOR SOME. THANK-YOU"
Marc Garreau CA904948 Marc Garreau CA904948 wrote on July 15, 2009 at 10:04 PM:
Excellent site. I,m trying to learn cree, and this site will give me plenty to chew on for a while. Hopefully someday I will be able to speak it. God bless!"
Luke MacLeod Luke MacLeod wrote on May 20, 2009 at 3:23 PM:
Enjoyed Johnny's story...granfathers pipe
Cassandra Cassandra wrote on March 13, 2009 at 3:58 AM:
Thank you so much for this wonderful site! it,s been such a great help to me.
Lillian Wapachee Lillian Wapachee wrote on January 30, 2009 at 3:58 PM:
First time visitor...
diana gibson diana gibson wrote on January 28, 2009 at 7:06 PM:
this is a great site, easy to navigate and easy to understand! thanks!
Diana Gibson Diana Gibson wrote on January 28, 2009 at 7:03 PM:
Nice and clear site, very informative! Thank-you for providing all this info, great to see and easy to navigate. "
Andrea Lagrelle Andrea Lagrelle wrote on January 7, 2009 at 6:50 PM:
Hello,

I really like this site, I am cree, and I was looking for someone who could show me how to write cree syllabics. Thanks
Brian Morrison Brian Morrison wrote on December 11, 2008 at 3:58 AM: