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South Slave communities begin Shopping in Two Worlds

Local stores will be holding contests to launch Aboriginal language signage FORT SMITH, NT – Many grocery stores across the South Slave have opted into the South Slave Divisional Education Council’s latest initiative Shopping in Two Worlds. The initiative draws language out of the classrooms and into the communities in a highly visible way through introducing grocery tags in the local Aboriginal languages to the stores. The tags, which include the Aboriginal word for the food, an accompanying image, and a scannable QR code, will slide in next to tags currently in grocery stores which show the English word and price for items. Customers who have downloaded a free QR scanner on their phones wi

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