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  • British Virgin Islands - Status | Ethnologue
    Join the conversation Create a free account to post Feedback about a country or language and be notified when others do the same Browse by Countries Language Names Language Codes Language Families Map Titles Products Current Edition About Ethnologue Abbreviations Bibliography Credits Downloads FAQ Other Products Ethnoblog Language of the Day Print Edition 17th Edition 16th Edition 15th Edition 14th Edition 13th Edition Related Sites SIL org ScriptSource ISO 639

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  • Canada - Languages | Ethnologue
    The Ditidaht and Pacheedaht peoples have distinct ethnic identities from each other as well as distinct ethnolinguistic identities from their most closely related neighbors the Nuu chah nulth nuk of Vancouver Island and the Makah myh of the Olympic Peninsula Washington United States More Information Dogrib dgr Northwest Territories between Great Slave lake and Great Bear lake 6 communities Bechoko Whati formerly Lac la Martre Gameti Wekweti Detah and Ndilo a subcommunity of Yellowknife Rae is center Detah and Ndilo host the Weledeh dialect 2 080 2011 census 250 monolinguals Ethnic population 3 220 Status 5 Developing Statutory language of provincial identity in NWT 1988 NWT Official Languages Act Chapter 56 Supplemented Section 4 restricted offical use Dialects Central Dogrib Weledeh Detah Ndilo dialect developed from intermarriage between Yellowknife Subdivision of the Dëne chp and Dogrib Lexical similarity 84 with Southern Slavey xsl 82 with Northern Slavey scs Classification Eyak Athabaskan Athabaskan Northern Athabaskan More Information English eng 19 400 000 in Canada 2011 census L2 users 2 000 000 in Canada Crystal 2003 Status 1 National Statutory national language 1988 Official Languages Act Ch 38 Articles 1 34 Dialects Newfoundland English Classification Indo European Germanic West English More Information French fra Québécois in Quebec Franco Ontarien in Ontario Acadian in Caraquet Shippagan on the east coast of New Brunswick pockets in Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island Franco terreneuvien in Newfoundland Some Québécois in Manitoba 7 300 000 in Canada 2011 census 300 000 speak Acadien 500 000 speak Franco Ontarien L2 users 2 070 000 in Canada Francophonie 2007 Status 1 National Statutory national language 1988 Official Languages Act Ch 38 Articles 1 34 Alternate Names Français Dialects Acadian Acadien Franco Ontarien Franco Terreneuvien Québécois Shippagan Classification Indo European Italic Romance Italo Western Western Gallo Iberian Gallo Romance Gallo Rhaetian Oïl French Comments Difficult intelligibility Québécois and Acadian speakers for speakers not fluent in standard French Québécois used more vigorously than Acadian Christian More Information German Pennsylvania pdc Kitchener Waterloo area Ontario 15 000 in Canada 1995 Status 5 Developing Alternate Names Pennsylvania Dutch Pennsylvanisch Dialects Amish Pennsylvania German Non Amish Pennsylvania German Pennsylvanisch Deitsch Classification Indo European Germanic West High German German Middle German West Middle German Comments Christian More Information Gitxsan git West central British Columbia Gitxsan middle Skeena river 350 FPCC 2014 490 semi speakers FPCC 2014 Ethnic population 7 600 FPCC 2014 L2 users No fluent L2 speakers but many are familiar with the writing system and a few have achieved considerable literacy Status 7 Shifting Alternate Names Giklsan Gitksan Gitsenimx Gityskyan Nass Gitksan Dialects Gitsken Western Gitsken Gitxsan Eastern Gitxsan High comprehension of Nisga a ncg Classification Tsimshian Nass Gitksan Comments Christian More Information Gwich in gwi Northwest Territories Aklavik Inuvik Tsiigehtchic Fort McPherson Yukon Territory Old Crow 370 in Canada 2011 census Population total all countries 670 Ethnic population 1 900 Krauss 2007 Status 7 Shifting Statutory language of provincial identity in NWT 1988 NWT Official Languages Act Chapter 56 Supplemented Section 4 Alternate Names Kutchin Loucheux Tukudh Dialects Arctic Red River Arctic Village Gwich in Fort Yukon Gwich in Western Canada Gwich in Loucheux Takudh Tukudh Classification Eyak Athabaskan Athabaskan Northern Athabaskan More Information Haida hai A macrolanguage Population total all languages 24 Comments Includes Northern Haida hdn Southern Haida hax More Information Haida Northern hdn British Columbia Haida Gwaii islands Masset village 2 in Canada FPCC 2014 7 semi speakers FPCC 2014 Population total all countries 17 Ethnic population 4 550 FPCC 2014 Status 8b Nearly extinct Alternate Names Masset Xaad Kil Dialects None known Borderline inherent intelligibility with Southern Haida hax A member of macrolanguage Haida hai Classification Haida Comments Language courses in Haida 1991 More Information Haida Southern hax British Columbia Haida Gwaii islands Skidegate 7 FPCC 2014 6 semi speakers FPCC 2014 Ethnic population 500 Golla 2007 L2 users 0 Status 8b Nearly extinct Alternate Names Skidegate Xaaydaa Kil Dialects None known Borderline intelligibility with Northern Haida hdn A member of macrolanguage Haida hai Classification Haida More Information Haisla has Central British Columbia coast inlet Douglas Channel head near Kitimat 240 FPCC 2014 21 semi speakers FPCC 2014 Ethnic population 1 680 FPCC 2014 L2 users A few fluent L2 speakers Status 7 Shifting Alternate Names Xenaksialakala Dialects Kitimat Kitamat Related to Heiltsuk hei and Kwakiutl kwk Classification Wakashan Northern Wakashan More Information Halkomelem hur Southwest British Columbia in many small communities along the lower Fraser river the east coast of Vancouver Island 260 in Canada FPCC 2014 990 semi speakers FPCC 2014 Population total all countries 285 Ethnic population 19 000 FPCC 2014 Status 8a Moribund Alternate Names Halq eméylem Holkomelem Hul q umi num Dialects Downriver Halkomelem Island Halkomelem Upriver Halkomelem Classification Salish Central Salish Comments Language courses 1991 More Information Han haa Yukon Territory Dawson City 7 in Canada Krauss 1997 Ethnic population 300 Status 8b Nearly extinct Alternate Names Dawson Han Kutchin Moosehide Classification Eyak Athabaskan Athabaskan Northern Athabaskan More Information Heiltsuk hei Central British Columbia coast Bella Bella and Kitasoo villages Rivers Inlet area 66 FPCC 2014 50 semi speakers 6 remaining speakers of Oowekyala FPCC 2014 Ethnic population 2 530 FPCC 2014 L2 users A few fluent L2 speakers Status 7 Shifting Alternate Names Hailhzaqvla Dialects Bella Bella Northern Heiltsuk Oowekyala Related to Haisla has and Kwakiutl kwk Classification Wakashan Northern Wakashan Kwakiutlan More Information Hutterisch geh Mainly in southern portions of western Canada Alberta Saskatchewan and Manitoba isolated settlement in British Columbia 333 colonies about 95 people per colony 29 200 in Canada 2007 SIL Population total all countries 40 000 Status 6a Vigorous Alternate Names Carinthian German Hutterian German Hutterite German Dialects About 50 intelligible to Pennsylvania German pdc Plautdietsch pdt or Standard German deu speakers Although called Tirolean it is not a pure Tirolean dialect but contains Carinthian and Russian rus words Classification Indo European Germanic West High German German Upper German Bavarian Austrian Comments Christian More Information Inuinnaqtun ikt Scattered coastal settlements Northwest Territories Beaufort Sea Mackensie River mouth east into Nunavut Victoria Island area communities of Kugluktuk Umingmatok Bathurst Inlet and Iquluktuuttraq east to King William Island and Boothian and Melville peninsula settlements south along the northwest coast of Hudson Bay 410 2011 census Status 2 Provincial Statutory provincial working language in NWT 1988 NWT Official Languages Act Chapter 56 Supplemented Section 4 restricted official use Alternate Names Western Canada Inuktun Western Canadian Inuit Western Canadian Inuktitut Dialects Natsilingmiutut Natsilik Netsilik Netsilik Inuit Siglitun Inuvialuktun Siglit A member of macrolanguage Inuktitut iku Classification Eskimo Aleut Eskimo Inuit Inupiaq More Information Inuit Sign Language iks Nunavut territory 50 2014 J MacDougall An unknown number of hearing people also use the language Status 8b Nearly extinct Alternate Names Inuit Uukturausingit ISL IUR Classification Deaf sign language Comments Possibly developed out of an indigenous sign language reported among the Inuit in the 18th century Use in other parts of the Arctic has not been determined Schuit 2012 More Information Inuktitut iku A macrolanguage Population total all languages 34 510 Comments Includes Eastern Canadian Inuktitut ike Inuinnaqtun ikt More Information Inuktitut Eastern Canadian ike Hudson Strait areas east through Nunavut southern Baffin Island and northern coastal settlements of Quebec continuing along North Atlantic coast Newfoundland and Labrador 34 100 2011 census Status 2 Provincial Statutory provincial language in Nunavut Territory 1988 Inuit Language Protection Act Chapter 17 Statutory provincial working language in NWT 1988 NWT Official Languages Act Chapter 56 Supplemented Section 4 restricted official use Alternate Names Canadian Inuit Eastern Arctic Eskimo pej Eastern Canadian Eskimo pej Inuit Inuit of Quebec Dialects Baffin Inuktitut Mittimatalik Kivalliq Quebec Labrador Inuktitut Labrador Eskimo pej Labrador Inuktitut Labrador Inuttitut Quebec Eskimo pej Rigolet Inuktitut Tarramiut Rigolet Inuktitut A member of macrolanguage Inuktitut iku Classification Eskimo Aleut Eskimo Inuit Inupiaq Comments In Northern Quebec and the Northwest Territories to the Central Arctic it is spoken by over 90 of the population Inuit is the name of the people Inuktitut of the language More Information Inuktitut North Alaskan esi Northwest Territories Mackenzie delta region Aklavik and Inuvik areas Status 7 Shifting Alternate Names Eskimo pej Inupiaq Inupiat North Alaskan Inupiat Dialects North Slope Inupiatun West Arctic Inupiatun Mackenzie Delta Inupiatun Mackenzie Inupiatun Western Iñupiaq Classification Eskimo Aleut Eskimo Inuit Inupiaq More Information Irish gle Newfoundland and Labrador 10 in Canada 2001 census Status 8a Moribund Classification Indo European Celtic Insular Goidelic More Information Kaska kkz Southeast Yukon Territory Watson Lake Ross River and Lower Post northern British Columbia border area Lower Post Fireside Good Hope Lake Dease Lake Muncho Lake 300 2011 census 150 additional passive speakers Golla 2007 Ethnic population 540 FPCC 2014 Status 7 Shifting Alternate Names Caska Danezagé Eastern Nahane Nahane Nahani Dialects None known High intelligibility of Tahltan tht and Sekani sek Classification Eyak Athabaskan Athabaskan Northern Athabaskan Tahltan More Information Kutenai kut Southeast British Columbia Columbia Lake Lower Kootenay Saint Mary s Tobacco Plains 25 in Canada FPCC 2014 20 semi speakers FPCC 2014 Population total all countries 31 Ethnic population 1 150 FPCC 2014 Status 8a Moribund Alternate Names Kootenai Kootenay Ktunaxa Classification Language isolate More Information Kwakiutl kwk British Columbia North Vancouver Island and adjacent mainland 170 in Canada FPCC 2014 500 semi speakers FPCC 2014 Population total all countries 255 Ethnic population 7 310 FPCC 2014 Status 7 Shifting Alternate Names Kwagiutl Kwak wala Dialects None known Related to Haisla has and Heiltsuk hei Classification Wakashan Northern Wakashan Kwakiutlan More Information Lakota lkt Saskatchewan Wood Mountain Reserve 190 in Canada 2000 25 000 L1 speakers of all Sioux dialects in a total population of 103 000 Of these 4 760 reside in Canada Golla 2007 Status 6b Threatened Alternate Names Lakhota Teton Classification Siouan Catawban Siouan Mississippi Valley Ohio Valley Siouan Mississippi Valley Siouan Dakota More Information Lillooet lil South British Columbia Lillooet and middle Fraser river area 140 FPCC 2014 690 semi speakers FPCC 2014 Ethnic population 6 670 FPCC 2014 Status 7 Shifting Alternate Names St at imcets Dialects Lower Lillooet Upper Lillooet The bands associated with the 2 dialects are culturally and politically distinct Classification Salish Interior More Information Malecite Passamaquoddy pqm New Brunswick villages along Saint John River Malecite mainly in Canada Passamaquoddy in Maine United States 490 in Canada 2011 census Population total all countries 590 Ethnic population 3 000 1998 SIL Status 7 Shifting Alternate Names Maliseet Passamaquoddy Dialects Malecite Maliseet Passamaquoddy Classification Algic Algonquian Eastern Algonquian More Information Maritime Sign Language nsr Nova Scotia New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island Status 8b Nearly extinct Alternate Names Nova Scotian Sign Language Classification Deaf sign language Comments Based on British Sign Language bfi Distinct from American ase and Quebec fcs sign languages More Information Michif crg Language area in northern North Dakota a very short distance from Manitoba border thus possible to find speakers in scattered locations in Canada 650 in Canada 2011 census 2001 Canada census includes Michif among 1 000 Algonquin speakers not counted elsewhere L2 users 0 in Canada Status 7 Shifting Alternate Names French Cree Métis Classification Mixed language French Cree Comments Spoken by some descendants of the children of Indian women and French fur traders More Information Micmac mic Central and north Nova Scotia villages Afton Pictou Truro Shubenagadie Bear River and Yarmouth on Cape Breton Island Memberto Eskasoni Chapel Island Wakmatkug and Waikoqomaq Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick east coast Fort Folly Big Cove Indian Island Burnt Church Eel Ground Red Bank Pabino Falls and Eel River Bar Quebec east Gaspe Peninsula villages Gespe q Gesgapeqiaq Listuguj 1 settlement interior Island of Newfoundland south of Millertown Newfoundland and Labrador 8 040 in Canada 2011 census decreasing Population total all countries 8 270 0 monolinguals Ethnic population 14 200 1998 SIL 1 500 are in mainland Nova Scotia 4 000 on Cape Breton Island Nova Scotia 800 on Prince Edward Island and Lennox Island 4 550 on the east coast of New Brunswick 3 150 on the Gaspe Peninsula Quebec 200 in Newfoundland Status 6b Threatened Alternate Names Mi gmaq Miigmao Mi kmaq Restigouche Dialects Northern Micmac Southern Micmac Generally dialects are intelligible but there are lexical inflectional word order and spelling differences Classification Algic Algonquian Eastern Algonquian Comments Christian Roman Catholic traditional religion More Information Mohawk moh Ontario the Six Nations Reserve south the Tyendinaga Reserve on the Bay of Quinte near Kingston and a small settlement at Gibson east of Georgian Bay Quebec Caughnawaga and Oka in the vicinity of Montreal 540 in Canada 2011 census Population total all countries 3 540 Ethnic population 24 000 1999 SIL L2 users Several hundred L2 speakers Status 6b Threatened Alternate Names Kanien kéha Classification Iroquoian Northern Iroquoian Five Nations Huronian Susquehannock Five Nations Susquehannock Mohawk Oneida Comments Kanien kehaka is name for Mohawk people More Information Montagnais moe Quebec and Newfoundland and Labrador provinces Lake Saint John east along Saguenay Valley to north shore Saint Lawrence River Gulf of Saint Lawrence east to St Augustin north to height of land at Schefferville and inland Labrador Goose Bay and Lake Melville 11 communities 11 000 2011 census Status 6b Threatened Alternate Names Innu Innu Aimun Dialects Eastern Montagnais Western Montagnais Palatalized l dialect and palatalized n dialect within Cree Montagnais Naskapi language complex or dialect subgroup There are possibly 3 dialects based on the shifting of Proto Algonquian l within Western Montagnais to n 2 Western Montagnais communities Mashteuiatsh Betsiamites use l as the reflex of Proto Algonquian l and the other Western Montagnais Uashat Maliotenam Matimekosh use n Uashat Maliotenam and Matimekosh could be classified as Central Montagnais All Eastern Montagnais speakers use n Classification Algic Algonquian Cree Montagnais Comments Ethnonym Innu used in northeast Quebec and Labrador Culture mainly based on family hunting grounds visited seasonally More Information Munsee umu South Ontario Moraviantown Reserve 7 Kinkade 1991 Ethnic population 400 Kinkade 1991 Status 8b Nearly extinct Alternate Names Delaware Ontario Delaware Dialects None known Reportedly similar to Unami unm in the United States A member of macrolanguage Delaware del Classification Algic Algonquian Eastern Algonquian Delaware More Information Naskapi nsk Quebec and Newfoundland and Labrador provinces Kawawachikamach about 10 km northeast of Schefferville in northeastern Quebec at watershed Natuashish on the mainland an isolated community in Labrador 620 2011 census Status 5 Developing Alternate Names Innu Aimun Iyuw Iyimuuun Dialects Eastern Naskapi Natuashish Western Naskapi Kawawachikamach Classification Algic Algonquian Cree Montagnais Comments Naskapi culture was nomadic and completely dependent on the migratory habits of caribou Caribou hunting and land use still seen as important Innu Aimun refers to both Eastern Naskapi dialect and Montagnais moe but not Western Naskapi Some linguists have referred to dialect spoken at Natuashish as Eastern Naskapi but currently refer to it as Innu Aimun or Mushuau Innu Aimun More Information Nisga a ncg British Columbia Lower Nass River Valley Aiyansh Ay ans Canyon City Gitwinksihlkw Greenville Laxtalts ap or Gitxat in Kincolith Gingolx villages 860 FPCC 2014 1 380 semi speakers FPCC 2014 Ethnic population 5 430 FPCC 2014 L2 users 1 500 Status 7 Shifting Alternate Names Nass Nisgha Nishga Nishka Nisk a Nisqa a Dialects Variation within Nisga a not great enough to be considered dialects High degree of inherent intelligibility between Nisga a and Gitxsan git Classification Tsimshian Nass Gitksan Comments Nisga a consider Gitxsan git ethnically distinct Christian More Information Nuu chah nulth nuk Southwest British Columbia Pacific Ocean coast of Vancouver Island 130 FPCC 2014 200 semi speakers FPCC 2014 Ethnic population 7 680 FPCC 2014 Status 8b Nearly extinct Alternate Names Aht Nootka Nutka Nuucaan ul Quuquu aca T aat aaqsapa Westcoast Dialects Ahousaht Cheklesaht Ehattesaht Hesquiaht Hupacasath Huu ay aht Kyuquot Mowachaht Muchalaht Nuchatlaht Tla o qui aht Toquaht Tseshaht Uchucklesaht Ucluelet Reportedly similar to Ditidaht dtd and Makah myh Classification Wakashan Southern Wakashan Comments The Nuu chah nulth Tribe is recognized by the Canadian government and the Nuu chah nulth language is recognized as an individual language by the First Peoples Heritage Language and Culture Council More Information Ojibwa oji A macrolanguage Population total all languages 91 900 Comments Includes Central Ojibwa ojc Chippewa ciw United States Eastern Ojibwa ojg Northwestern Ojibwa ojb Ottawa otw Severn Ojibwa ojs Western Ojibwa ojw More Information Ojibwa Central ojc Central Ontario Lake Nipigon in west to Lake Nipissing in east 8 000 2007 SIL Status 6b Threatened Alternate Names Central Ojibwe Ojibway Ojibwe Dialects An area of transitional dialects A member of macrolanguage Ojibwa oji Classification Algic Algonquian Ojibwa Potawatomi More Information Ojibwa Eastern ojg Southern Ontario north of Lake Ontario and east of Georgian Bay East of north south line through Bruce Peninsula base Rhodes 1976 25 900 1998 census Status 6b Threatened Alternate Names Ojibway Ojibwe Dialects A member of macrolanguage Ojibwa oji Classification Algic Algonquian Ojibwa Potawatomi More Information Ojibwa Northwestern ojb Southern northwest Ontario into Manitoba 20 000 2000 UBS Status 7 Shifting Alternate Names Northern Ojibwa Ojibway Ojibwe Dialects Albany River Ojibwa Berens River Ojibwa Saulteaux Lac Seul Ojibwa Lake of the Woods Ojibwa Rainy River Ojibwa A member of macrolanguage Ojibwa oji Classification Algic Algonquian Ojibwa Potawatomi More Information Ojibwa Severn ojs Northern northwest Ontario into Manitoba 10 500 2001 census Status 6b Threatened Alternate Names Cree Northern Ojibwa Ojibway Ojibwe Ojicree Oji Cree Dialects Severn River Ojibwa Winisk River Ojibwa A member of macrolanguage Ojibwa oji Classification Algic Algonquian Ojibwa Potawatomi More Information Ojibwa Western ojw West from Lake Winnipeg Manitoba into Saskatchewan and Alberta groups as far west as British Columbia 10 000 2002 W Poser Ethnic population 60 000 1997 SIL Status 6b Threatened Alternate Names Ojibway Ojibwe Plains Ojibway Saulteaux Dialects A member of macrolanguage Ojibwa oji Classification Algic Algonquian Ojibwa Potawatomi More Information Okanagan oka South central British Columbia east of Fraser Valley and west of Kootenai on 7 reserves Vernon Douglas Lake Westbank Penticton Keremeos Hedley Oliver 190 in Canada FPCC 2014 increasing Except for 12 fluent speakers on Westbank Reserve the other reserves each have at least 50 speakers of varying fluency

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  • Canada - Status | Ethnologue
    has 7 Shifting 240 FPCC 2014 21 semi speakers FPCC 2014 Ethnic population 1 680 FPCC 2014 L2 users A few fluent L2 speakers Heiltsuk hei 7 Shifting 66 FPCC 2014 50 semi speakers 6 remaining speakers of Oowekyala FPCC 2014 Ethnic population 2 530 FPCC 2014 L2 users A few fluent L2 speakers Inuktitut North Alaskan esi 7 Shifting Kaska kkz 7 Shifting 300 2011 census 150 additional passive speakers Golla 2007 Ethnic population 540 FPCC 2014 Kwakiutl kwk 7 Shifting 170 in Canada FPCC 2014 500 semi speakers FPCC 2014 Population total all countries 255 Ethnic population 7 310 FPCC 2014 Lillooet lil 7 Shifting 140 FPCC 2014 690 semi speakers FPCC 2014 Ethnic population 6 670 FPCC 2014 Malecite Passamaquoddy pqm 7 Shifting 490 in Canada 2011 census Population total all countries 590 Ethnic population 3 000 1998 SIL Michif crg 7 Shifting 650 in Canada 2011 census 2001 Canada census includes Michif among 1 000 Algonquin speakers not counted elsewhere L2 users 0 in Canada Nisga a ncg 7 Shifting 860 FPCC 2014 1 380 semi speakers FPCC 2014 Ethnic population 5 430 FPCC 2014 L2 users 1 500 Ojibwa Northwestern ojb 7 Shifting 20 000 2000 UBS Okanagan oka 7 Shifting 190 in Canada FPCC 2014 increasing Except for 12 fluent speakers on Westbank Reserve the other reserves each have at least 50 speakers of varying fluency Vernon Reserve perhaps 100 Golla 2007 170 semi speakers FPCC 2014 Population total all countries 590 Ethnic population 5 180 FPCC 2014 L2 users Up to 2 000 L2 speakers in Canada and the United States Golla 2007 Oneida one 7 Shifting 180 in Canada 2011 census Population total all countries 192 Ethnic population 3 000 Golla 2007 On Thames River near London Ontario Ottawa otw 7 Shifting 7 100 in Canada 1996 First Nations Language of Origin Map Nishnaabemwin is an emergent language fusion of Ottawa and Eastern Ojibwa ojg having a couple thousand speakers Golla 2007 Population total all countries 12 500 Ethnic population 60 000 Shuswap shs 7 Shifting 200 FPCC 2014 increasing 1 190 semi speakers FPCC 2014 Ethnic population 9 860 FPCC 2014 L2 users 0 Golla 2007 Slavey North scs 7 Shifting Statutory language of provincial identity in NWT 1988 NWT Official Languages Act Chapter 56 Supplemented Section 4 230 2011 census Ethnic population 1 950 Golla 2007 Bearlake dialect 1 070 Hare dialect 710 Mountain dialect 170 Golla 2007 Slavey South xsl 7 Shifting Statutory language of provincial identity in NWT 1988 NWT Official Languages Act Chapter 56 Supplemented Section 4 restricted official use 530 2011 census Ethnic population 3 600 1995 M Krauss Tanana Upper tau 7 Shifting 10 in Canada Krauss 1997 Ethnic population 40 Krauss 1997 Thompson thp 7 Shifting 130 FPCC 2014 340 semi speakers FPCC 2014 Ethnic population 6 140 FPCC 2014 Tsimshian tsi 7 Shifting 110 in Canada FPCC 2014 1 speaker of Southern Tsimshian the rest speak Coast Tsimshian Golla 2007 Population total all

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  • Canada - Maps | Ethnologue
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  • Caribbean Netherlands - Languages | Ethnologue
    Provisional Official Languages Law BWBR0028827 Article 2 Classification Indo European Germanic West English Comments When Creole languages exist alongside their lexifier language a continuum forms of variations between the Creole and the lexifier language It is therefore difficult to substantiate the number of Creole speakers and English speakers More Information Netherlands Antilles Creole English vic 4 500 in Caribbean Netherlands 2011 SIL Status 6b Threatened Alternate Names Virgin Islands Creole English Dialects Saba Creole English Statia Creole English Classification Creole English based Atlantic Eastern Southern More Information Papiamentu pap Bonaire Status 1 National Statutory national language 2010 Provisional Official Languages Law BWBR0028827 Article 2 Alternate Names Papiamen Papiamento Papiamentoe Classification Creole Iberian based More Information Spanish spa 10 700 in Caribbean Netherlands Instituto Cervantes 2012 L2 users 115 000 in Caribbean Netherlands Instituto Cervantes 2012 Status 3 Wider communication Classification Indo European Italic Romance Italo Western Western Gallo Iberian Ibero Romance West Iberian Castilian More Information Language Status Profile Click to enlarge with explanation Join the conversation Create a free account to post Feedback about a country or language and be notified when others do the same Browse by Countries Language Names Language Codes Language Families Map Titles Products Current

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  • Caribbean Netherlands - Status | Ethnologue
    Eustatius 3 100 Dutch and English Saba 2 000 Dutch and English English eng 1 National Statutory national language 2010 Provisional Official Languages Law BWBR0028827 Article 2 Bonaire 15 800 Dutch nld Papiamentu pap and English St Eustatius 3 100 Dutch and English Saba 2 000 Dutch and English Papiamentu pap 1 National Statutory national language 2010 Provisional Official Languages Law BWBR0028827 Article 2 3 Wider communication Spanish spa 3 Wider communication 10 700 in Caribbean Netherlands Instituto Cervantes 2012 L2 users 115 000 in Caribbean Netherlands Instituto Cervantes 2012 6b Threatened Netherlands Antilles Creole English vic 6b Threatened 4 500 in Caribbean Netherlands 2011 SIL Language Status Profile Click to enlarge with explanation Join the conversation Create a free account to post Feedback about a country or language and be notified when others do the same Browse by Countries Language Names Language Codes Language Families Map Titles Products Current Edition About Ethnologue Abbreviations Bibliography Credits Downloads FAQ Other Products Ethnoblog Language of the Day Print Edition 17th Edition 16th Edition 15th Edition 14th Edition 13th Edition Related Sites SIL org ScriptSource ISO 639 3 Contact SIL International Publications 7500 West Camp Wisdom Road Dallas TX 75236 5629 USA publications

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  • Caribbean Netherlands - Feedback | Ethnologue
    or register to give feedback on this country numbers of speakers barry windsor Thu 2015 03 19 14 00 Regarding Language Counts Country Bonaire Sint Eustatius and Saba The information given for number of speakers for each language is incomprehensible It seems that you have separate information for each island and everything has been bundled together in a bizarre manner Editorial Action We will find a better way to represent the information for the language populations in the Netherlands Caribbean BQ We will add data from the 2001 census for each language thereby disambiguating the current figures we have for 2 languages View the Discussion Language Status Profile Click to enlarge with explanation Join the conversation Create a free account to post Feedback about a country or language and be notified when others do the same Browse by Countries Language Names Language Codes Language Families Map Titles Products Current Edition About Ethnologue Abbreviations Bibliography Credits Downloads FAQ Other Products Ethnoblog Language of the Day Print Edition 17th Edition 16th Edition 15th Edition 14th Edition 13th Edition Related Sites SIL org ScriptSource ISO 639 3 Contact SIL International Publications 7500 West Camp Wisdom Road Dallas TX 75236 5629 USA publications intl

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  • Cayman Islands - Languages | Ethnologue
    Click to enlarge with explanation Join the conversation Create a free account to post Feedback about a country or language and be notified when others do the same Browse by Countries Language Names Language Codes Language Families Map Titles Products Current Edition About Ethnologue Abbreviations Bibliography Credits Downloads FAQ Other Products Ethnoblog Language of the Day Print Edition 17th Edition 16th Edition 15th Edition 14th Edition 13th Edition Related Sites

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