CANADA: Unification of Inuit language variations necessary for survival

Representatives from Alaska, Greenland, Russia, and Canada met at the Inuit Circumpolar Conference to discuss the urgency of standardizing the Inuit language for its preservation. A plurality of local dialects and written alphabets could lead to its disintegration.

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