Elder fluent speaker and young language learner B.C. Indigenous Language Revitalization

The Mentor-Apprentice Program (MAP) is a one-on-one language immersion program that helps people to become fluent speakers by bringing their language into their daily lives at home and on the land. …

The FPCC Language Revitalization Planning Program provides funding plus resources and coaching. Funding can be used for wages, honoraria, equipment, resource materials and more. The Language Revitalization Planning Program supports First Nations communities…

Language Technology Program digitization training session

The Language Technology Program provides funding plus equipment and training to support language revitalization using technology.  There are 3 components within the Language Technology Program: FirstVoices, Digitization and Development This…

Investing in our next generation of language leaders with a program that combines mentor-apprentice learning in one of the funded languages and a paid internship at a language organization of…

Natasha Green

The Pathways to Language Vitality (Pathways) Program provides funding and support for community-led projects that revitalize First Nations languages in B.C. and help create fluent speakers. Pathways was launched in…

A group of graduates from Reclaiming My Language, a course for silent speakers gather at Upper Nicola Band in Merrit in 2019.

Reclaiming My Language is a course to assist silent speakers to reclaim their language. Silent speakers are people who have a good understanding of their language but do not speak…