Canadian Gaelic
Canadian Gaelic or Cape Breton Gaelic (Scottish Gaelic: A' Ghàidhlig Chanada, A' Ghàidhlig Chanèideanach or Gàidhlig Cheap Bhreatainn), known in English as simply Gaelic, refers to the dialects of...
Canadian Gaelic - Wikipedia
Mod Canada 2009 - Spoken Gaelic - YouTube
Dec 19, 2009 ... Highlights of spoken events at Mod Canada 2009. ... Irish vs Gaelicby Bitesize Irish Gaelic188,052 views; 14:57. Watch Later Caithness Mod ...
Scottish Gaelic
Scottish Gaelic, sometimes also referred to as Gaelic (Gàidhlig [ˈkaːlikʲ]) (or /gaːlikʲ/, according to dialect), is a Celtic language native to Scotland. A member of the Goidelic branch of the Celtic...
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Queen's Golden Gaels
The Queen's Gaels (also: Queen's Golden Gaels) are the athletic teams that represent Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Team colours are blue, red, and gold. Its main home is Richardson ...
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Mary Jane Lamond
Mary Jane Lamond (born 1960) is a Canadian Celtic folk musician who performs traditional Canadian Gaelic folk songs from Cape Breton Island. Born in Kingston, Ontario, she graduated from Westmount Hi...
Cape Breton Labour Party
The Cape Breton Labour Party was a social democratic provincial political party in Nova Scotia, Canada, which drew most of its support from Cape Breton, the northern part of the Province of Nova Scoti...
Cape Breton Labour Party - Wikipedia
Scotia
Scotia was originally a Roman name for Ireland, inhabited by the people they called Scoti or Scotii. Use of the name shifted in the Middle Ages to designate the part of the island of Great Britain lyi...
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Port-Toulouse
Port-Toulouse was an Acadian village situated in the French colony of Île-Royale, which is now Cape Breton Island. It was located on the present site of the Nova Scotian village of St. Peter's, on th...
SC convoys
The SC convoys were a series of North Atlantic convoys that ran during the battle of the Atlantic during World War II.They were east-bound slow convoys originating in Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada (desi...
Nova Scotia Gaelic Mod
Nova Scotia Gaelic Mod is an annual folk festival, held every August in the Cape Breton region of Nova Scotia, Canada. It features many traditional Scottish games, dances, costumes, and food specialti...
Pit Pony (novel)
Pit Pony is a children's historical novel written by Joyce Barkhouse. It was published in 1990 and won the first Ann Connor Brimer Award. Pit Pony was adapted for television in 1997 and 1999.
In ...
Southampton, Ontario
Southampton is a community of 3083 people on the shores of Lake Huron in Bruce County, and close to Port Elgin Ontario, Canada, located at the mouth of the Saugeen River.Although the community still h...
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Beinn Bhreagh, Nova Scotia
Beinn Bhreagh in Nova ScotiaBeinn Bhreagh (generally pronounced "ban vreeah") is the name of the former estate of Dr. Alexander Graham Bell, in Victoria County, Nova Scotia, Canada. It refers to a pe...
Beinn Bhreagh, Nova Scotia - Wikipedia
Queen's Golden Gaels women's ice hockey
The first traces of women's hockey in Canada date back to the 1890s when it is played at the university level. The University of Toronto and Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario were two of the fir...
Tarabish
Tarabish, also known by its slang term Bish, is a Scottish trick-taking card game of complex rules derived from Belote, a game of the Jass family. The actual pronunciation of the name is "tar-bish", e...
Oil Thigh
The Oil Thigh is the name given to the anthem and fight song of Queen's University and its sports teams, the Queen's Gaels. Although the song's official title is Queen's College Colours, it is almost ...
Cape Breton fiddling
Cape Breton fiddling is a regional violin style which falls within the Celtic music idiom. Cape Breton Island's fiddle music was brought to North America by Scottish immigrants during the Highland Cl...
Cape Breton fiddling - Wikipedia
Thomas Robert McInnes
Thomas Robert McInnes or (Gaelic) Tòmas Raibeart Mac Aonghais (November 5, 1840 – March 19, 1904) was a Canadian physician, Member of the House of Commons, Senator, and the sixth Lieutenant Gove...
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Scottish Gaelic phonology
This article is about the phonology of the Scottish Gaelic language. There is no standard variety of Scottish Gaelic; although statements below are about all or most dialects, the north-western diale...
Scottish Gaelic phonology - Wikipedia
Gaelic broadcasting in Scotland
Gaelic broadcasting in Scotland is a developing area of the media in Scotland which deals with broadcasts given in Scottish Gaelic and has important links with the efforts of Gaelic revival in Scotlan...
Cape Breton accent
The Cape Breton accent describes variants of Canadian English spoken on Cape Breton Island, a large island on the north-eastern coast of the province of Nova Scotia in Canada, comprising about one-fif...
Saints of Big Harbour
Saints of Big Harbour is a novel by Lynn Coady, published in 2002 by Doubleday Canada. It was Coady's first novel to be published in the United States.
In Saints of Big Harbour, Coady portrays a s...
Scottish Gaelic grammar
This article describes the grammar of the Scottish Gaelic language.
Gaelic shares with other Celtic languages a number of interesting typological features:Lenition and slenderisation (also referre...
Scottish Gaelic grammar - Wikipedia
Province of Cape Breton Island
Province of Cape Breton Island is a political movement which calls for the re-establishment of the Province of Cape Breton Island to be governed separately from the Province of Nova Scotia. There have...
Province of Cape Breton Island - Wikipedia
Gaelic medium education in Scotland
Gaelic medium education (G.M.E. or GME; Scottish Gaelic: Foghlam tro Mheadhan na Gàidhlig) is a form of education in Scotland that allows pupils to be taught primarily through the medium of Scottish G...
Gaelic medium education in Scotland - Wikipedia
Cape Breton Island
Cape Breton Island (French: île du Cap-Breton - formerly Île Royale, Scottish Gaelic: Ceap Breatainn or Eilean Cheap Bhreatainn, Míkmaq: Únamakika, simply: Cape Breton) is an island on the Atlanti...
Cape Breton Island - Wikipedia
The Royal Cape Breton Gaelic College
(For the Gaelic College of Scotland see Sabhal Mòr Ostaig)The Gaelic College (Scottish Gaelic: Colaisde na Gàidhlig), officially The Royal Cape Breton Gaelic College (Colaisde Rìoghail na Gàidhlig...
Scottish Gaelic orthography
Scottish Gaelic orthography has evolved over many centuries. Scottish Gaelic spelling is mainly based on etymological considerations.Due to the etymological nature of the writing system, the same writ...
Scottish Gaelic orthography - Wikipedia
Scottish Gaelic alphabet
The Scottish Gaelic alphabet contains 18 letters, five of which are vowels. The letters are (vowels in bold):The five vowels also appear with grave accents, the absence or presence of which can change...