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They offer text and sound in each of 30 languages spoken by First Nations (Native Americans) in Canada. They have multiple regional variations for many of the languages. The content varies widely from about 50 words and phrases in some languages to over 2,000 in a few. On their site you can find languages by map or name of the group. Some languages are available in apps.
Each word or phrase is on a separate page and sound file, so you spend more time navigating the pages than learning. It looks as if the goal is more to honor the words than learn them, yet learning is possible. For some languages the words are spoken once in English and twice in the target language. Other languages speak them only in the target language. The web page always shows the word in English and the target language. Most explanations are in English, with a little in French. There is no option to slow the sound, and no grammar.
The site is sponsored by First Peoples' Cultural Council.