August 2020 - COVID-19 coincided with the year end of many of our programs. As a result, all our staff was laid off until we were able to determine our course of action. Since many of our programs are based on close-contact, hands-on learning, we have had to rethink how we will continue to support Witsuwit'en language learning safely. The safety of fluent speakers is our priority. We will offer some limited language services and take this time to strengthen the society. Though we continue to be committed to Witsuwit'en language revitalization, our capacity is quite limited at this time. For the safety of staff and Elders, our office will continue to be closed to the public until further notice. We apologise for the inconvenience. Any inquiries can be directed to our Program Coordinator at: Wiggus and so' ghuhdlï!

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