When A Language Dies, What Happens To Culture? Nearly half of the 7,000 languages spoken in the world are expected to vanish in the next 100 years. One of them is Athabaskan, a language of the Siletz tribe in the Pacific Northwest. Bud Lane, vice chairman of Siletz tribal council, explains the importance of language diversity.
June 18, 2013 - NPR
Lawrence Cannon in Toronto Star Cannon said the daily multiple flights to Haiti "will be joined by HMCS Athabaskan and HMCS Halifax, which set sail (Thursday) and will provide additional personnel, equipment and helicopters."