The Tłįchǫ Government held the first Awards Ceremony on Thursday, January 14th at the Behchoko Culture Centre to celebrate 28 deserving recipients.
Out of the 28 recipients, nine were nominated for their accomplishments as Individuals and Tłı̨chǫ Way of Life.
Chief Executive...Read more
In the early days, it is said, Raven flew from village to village making mischief and playing tricks on the animals who lived like people.
He stole dry fish off the racks and dropped dirty stones into drinking cups. He walked over people's faces when they were sleeping and tipped over...Read more
In the early days there were no Barren Lands. Trees covered the north from Rocky Mountains across the Inuit lands on Hudson Bay. In those days a great medicine man lived near Tòndeè, our Great Slave Lake. One day he...Read more
Download Yati Dictionary APP here.
The Yati Dictionary APP contains over 1300 words and phrases with sounds, pictures, example sentences and other important information from the Tłı̨chǫ Dene language. Best of all, you can add your own words and pictures too! Compare your voice to the...Read more
Download Tlicho Intro APP here.
Edànet'e! The Government of the Northwest Territories Department of Education, Culture and Employment, Yamozha Kue Society and the Tłı̨chǫ Community Services Agency are present a Tłı̨chǫ language app available on the iTunes store.... Read more
Read the Tłı̨chǫ Yatıì Reading & Writing Manual here!
Tłı̨chǫ Yatıì has been passed from generation to generation and has been used to express any idea imaginable. This long-time tradition continues everyday, spoken in homes, camping, hunting, at fish camp, at health centres, in...Read more
Visit Tłı̨chǫ Online Dictionary here.
This online dictionary now uses a standard Unicode Calibri font. NO EXTRA FONTS should be required to display the special characters correctly on your device. You can copy and paste words from this dictionary and they should show and print correctly...Read more
1998 Trails of Ancestors - Behchoko to Whati. It was a learning and growing experience. students and teachers saw their roles reversed. Elders passed on their wealth of knowledge, and also learn more about the Tlicho youth who would be leaders in the future.
Read the Trails of our...Read more