This is nice...
'Ciamar a tha thu', province asks
WebPosted May 31 2004 05:37 PM ADT
IONA, N.S. — More Nova Scotians may learn to speak Gaelic under a new long-term plan to revive the language.
The 20-year strategy, which was announced Monday in Cape Breton, includes $100,000 this year to help promote Gaelic and teach people to speak it.
When I'm Prime Minister, learning Gaelic will be compulsory. As will learning French, Chinese, and at least one native language.