Tag: John Jeddore

L’nui’sultinej, Let us Speak Mi’kmaq: John Jeddore on Jordan Bennett and Ursula Johnson’s Mi’kmaq Word of the Day 2.0

The Mi’kmaq language is heralded as a language of the land. When early explorers took on Mi’kmaq people as their guides through the unforgiving terrain of Newfoundland’s interior, they would remark on how the words flowed so harmoniously, and likened it to the animal’s communicating, the rivers flowing, and the wind piercing the moss hanging… Read More