The Blackfoot Language Resources project is based at the University of Lethbridge. It contains a collection of user-friendly interactive digital resources for Blackfoot speakers, learners and teachers. The website is always growing and new content is continuously added.

The project is directed by Inge Genee (University of Lethbridge) and Marie-Odile Junker (Carleton University) and is part of the larger Algonquian Languages and Dictionaries project. You can view the profiles of many of our contributors.

We have an online dictionary and an oral stories database. You can practice conversational phrases and learn about Blackfoot grammar.

We also have a page with various kinds of resources about the Blackfoot language, such as linguistic and other publications and links to other websites, apps, and language learning resources. Please let us know if you have something to add!

For more detailed descriptions of our work see Genee and Junker 2018 and Weilandt 2018.