This page provides a record of changes made to this guide since publication. Each set of edits is acknowledged with a 0.01 increase in the version number. The exported files for this guide reflect the most recent version.
|Version||Date||Type of change||Description|
|September 5, 2018||Book published.|
|1.01||May 23, 2019||Error correction in Inuit chapter.||Error: Inuit have one language, called Inuktitut. It is spoken in the Northwest Territories, Nunavut, Northern Quebec, and Nunatsiavut (Labrador). Each region has its own dialect.
Correction: The Inuit language is made up of a variety of dialects that vary from region to region. The Government of Nunavut selected the term Inuktut to represent all Inuit dialects spoken in Nunavut, including Inuktitut and Inuinnaqtun. However, even within Nunavut there are variations in pronunciation and vocabulary.
The glossary definition for “Inuktitut” and the reference list were updated to align with this change.
|1.02||August 6, 2019||Updated the book’s theme.||The styles of this book have been updated, which may affect the page numbers of the PDF and print copy.|
|1.03||October 2, 2019||ISBNs and Metadata||eBook and Print ISBNs, licence and publisher information added.|
|1.04||October 16, 2020||Updated broken links||Corrected broken links for
|1.05||May 5, 2021||Added paragraph to Acknowledging Traditional Territories.||A paragraph was inserted at the end of this chapter to provide additional context about the limitations of the specific map and to link to additional resources.|
|1.06||November 2, 2021||Error correction in Aboriginal or Indigenous? and Glossary of Terms.||The “Ab” in Aboriginal was incorrectly interpreted as meaning “not.” The text was corrected to clarify that “ab” can mean “from” or “away from.”|