Language - Dene

First Voices - Dene

The Dene Súliné of Lue Chok Tué occupy the territory around present-day Cold Lake, Alberta in the northeast of the province close to the Saskatchewan border. 

Kayas - Dene

"The Athapaskan language spoken in Saskatchewan is called by linguists, Chipewyan. The Dene of northwestern Manitoba, northern Alberta, and parts of the Northwest Territories also speak this language."

Omniglot - Chipewyan

"Chipewyan is a member of the Northern Athabaskan branch of the Na-Dené language family and is spoken by between 3,000 and 10,000 people in parts of Canada, particularly in northern Manitoba, northern Saskatchewan, northeastern Alberta, southeastern Northwest Territories, and the southwestern Nunavut."

Dene Language Learning - Prince Albert Grand Council