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Canadian Language Museum

Canadian Language Museum

50 Baldwin Street, Toronto, Ontario
http://www.languagemuseum.ca/

Language is central to the cultural identity of every Canadian and has been integral in shaping Canada's development. Few countries can match Canada's rich and varied language heritage, which includes the official languages of French and English and their regional dialects, aboriginal languages from coast to coast and the many languages brought to this country by more recent immigrants.

The Canadian Language Museum was established in 2011 to promote an appreciation of all of the languages spoken in Canada and of their role in the development of this nation. Few countries can match Canada’s rich and varied language heritage, which includes Aboriginal languages from coast to coast, the official languages of French and English and their regional dialects, and the many languages brought to this country by more recent immigrants.The Canadian Language Museum encourages dialogue on language issues that are central to the future of Canadian society, such as bilingualism, multilingualism, and language endangerment, preservation and revitalization. The Canadian Language Museum has created travelling exhibits about Canadian English, the Inuit language, French in Canada, and Cree.

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Canadian Language Museum

Canadian Language Museum

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The Museum collaborates with which post-secondary institution in Toronto?

Ryerson University University of Toronto George Brown College

Language is central to the cultural identity of every Canadian and has been integral in shaping Canada's development. Few countries can match Canada's rich and varied language heritage, which includes the official languages of French and English and their regional dialects, aboriginal languages from coast to coast and the many languages brought to this country by more recent immigrants.

The Canadian Language Museum was established in 2011 to promote an appreciation of all of the languages spoken in Canada and of their role in the development of this nation. Few countries can match Canada’s rich and varied language heritage, which includes Aboriginal languages from coast to coast, the official languages of French and English and their regional dialects, and the many languages brought to this country by more recent immigrants.The Canadian Language Museum encourages dialogue on language issues that are central to the future of Canadian society, such as bilingualism, multilingualism, and language endangerment, preservation and revitalization. The Canadian Language Museum has created travelling exhibits about Canadian English, the Inuit language, French in Canada, and Cree.

50 Baldwin Street, Toronto, Ontario
http://www.languagemuseum.ca/
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Photo: http://www.newcollege.utoronto.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/CLM_Logo_web.gif