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Canadian Bible Society Announces Revision of Inuktitut Bible

Friday, April 15, 2016 The Inuktitut Bible is being revised. Inuktitut is the language of some 30,000 Inuit living in the Eastern Arctic and Northern Quebec. The translation of the whole Bible into Inuktitut was completed 3 years ago, the fruit of a 25 year collaboration between the Anglican Church of Canada (Diocese of the Arctic)…
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Serving Peace Officers Across Canada: Canadian Bible Society Announces Partnership with the Fellowship of Christian Peace Officers

Wednesday, January 27, 2016 Ron Mostrey, President of the Fellowship of Christian Peace Officers and Don Miller, Director of Canadian Ministries of the Canadian Bible Society, holding customized Gospels of John. TORONTO, Ontario -- (CANADIAN CHRISTIAN NEWS SERVICE) -- The Canadian Bible Society (CBS) is pleased to announce a new partnership with the Fellowship of Christian…
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Yup’ik Bible Now in Print

Monday, November 23, 2015 TORONTO - It has been more than 60 years in development, but the Yup’ik-speaking people of the Southwestern Arctic now have the complete Bible in their own language, thanks to the help of the Canadian Bible Society. Yup’ik is the aboriginal Inuit language of people who reside in western and south…
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World Leaders in Bible Translation Technology Gather in Toronto

Thursday October 15, 2015 Toronto: Behind every Bible translation and publishing project, there is a long line of technology and expertise that has made the translation and presentation of the new resource possible. Last month in Toronto, 40 technology professionals from around the world gathered at a hotel near the airport, hosted by the Canadian…
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