Halq'emeylem Presentations

The ''Stó:lō'' (also sometimes written ''Stó:lô'' or ''Stó:lõ'', historically as ''Staulo'') are a group of First Nations peoples inhabiting the Fraser Valley of British Columbia, Canada. Nineteen Stó:lō First Nations are mutually affiliated as the Stó:lô Nation. They traditionally speak the Upriver dialect of Halkomelem, one of the Salishan languages|Salishan family of languages of the Coast Salish peoples. ''Stó:lō'' is the Halkomelem word for the Fraser River. The Stó:lō are thus ''the river people''.

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First Voices: Halq'emeylem Language

 
 

Colours

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This section is about colours and how to say different colours in Halq'eméylem.

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Counting

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This section is about numbers and how to count and say different numbers in Halq'eméylem.

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Ethnobotany Walk

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This section teaches us about wildlife and how to recognize many plants used by the Stó:lō people.

Ethnobotany Walk at Robert Bateman Secondary

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Family Members

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This section teaches us how to say different family members in Halq'eméylem.

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Greetings

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This section teaches us how to say different greetings and phrases in Halq'eméylem.

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Manners

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This section teaches us how to say simple phrases in relation to manners in Halq'eméylem.

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Opposites

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This section teaches us how to say words that are opposites in Halq'eméylem.

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Seasons of the Moon

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The Sto:lo year follows the lunar year.  The dates change from year to year.  In Upper Sto:lo dialects of the Halq'emeylem Language the year, syilolem, began around the month of October.  Fall was

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Verbs

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What is the Weather?

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Here you will find resources in relation to the Weather.

What is the Weather - Vimeo

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