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Cree is one of the major Indian languages of Canada. It is spoken by about 85,000 people in the provinces of Ontario, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan. Cree to this day is written in a system of syllabic symbols introduced by a Protestant missionary in the year 1840. The language belongs to the Algonkian family. There are four main dialect divisions of Cree but the two important ethnic divisions historically were the Swampy Cree of the Forests of Manitoba and Ontario and Plains Cree of Saskatchewan and Alberta.
Cree is spoken/used in Canada
Family: North American Indian
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