ᓄᖃᕆᑦ is “stop,” as now found on stop signs in the Canadian territory Nunavut.
This month, the Official Languages Act came into force in Nunavat. According to the text of the law:
- “The Inuit Language, English and French are the Official Languages of Nunavut,”
- “To the extent and in the manner provided under this Act, the Official Languages of Nunavut have equality of status and equal rights and privileges as to their use in territorial institutions,” and
- Priority must be given to “the revitalization of Inuinnaqtun.”
Read more in “Nunavut Official Languages Act Comes into Force.”