(1862): a side road used to avoid the toll on or the speed and traffic
of a superhighway-
AND LANGUAGE RIGHTS
Should Gaelic be an Official Language of Nova Scotia?
Court orders new trial for Acadian woman
United States bans Gaelic
Minority language progess must be based on enforceable rights
Globalization erodes local languages, fuels "Glocal" English
(10/4/04) The Children in Iraq, Afghanistan and Palestine have to grow up in an atmosphere of fear.
in search of a safe place
Inverness to celebrate its centennial in
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