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"Bonjour-Hi" is considered controversial, so they opted for "Bonjour-Ho" instead.
Information in languages like Inuktitut, Chinese, Punjabi, Arabic, or Oji-Cree could help engage more voters.
These terms will help you be inclusive online and IRL.
Parents and caregivers can make a profound difference.
People who received the alert were shocked by the word choice.
Children ultimately learn more, and learn better, when taught in two or more languages.
A tuque is not a beanie. (And yes, that’s how you spell it.)
Kids just want to fit in and speak English, like their peers do. How can parents bridge the divide and give their kids the best of both worlds?