…as an Montréal Gazette : “On the winding streets of Kahnawake these days, the traffic signs read STOP/TESTAN. The addition of Mohawk is part of ‘a quiet revolution’ that Grand Chief Michael Delisle and other leaders of the South Shore reserve hope will revive their native language and, by extension, the culture of their ancestors. As part of this effort, the band council led by Delisle will require Kahnawake's 900 public employees to enrol in Mohawk language lessons using interactive software purchased from a company in Harrisburg,Va., that was just received.”
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