Post office sign: Tuktoyaktuk part 3

Very cool to see the local language written on this sign.


3 responses to “Post office sign: Tuktoyaktuk part 3

  1. Hmmmmm. But that’s not Inuvialuktun. The language in the Western Arctic uses the same letters you’ll find on your keyboard. The traditional spelling of the name is Tuktuujaqrtuuq.

    Canada Post must have a rule about Inuktitut signs in “Inuit communities”. Have you seen the signs in Sachs and Ulukhaktok? I wonder which language they’re in.

  2. Am I a languages loser? Maybe I don’t want to know…

  3. Your name
    That of your Dad
    Your postal code
    Will be enough
    If they don’t know you
    They will know him

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