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The SACL's award-winning magazine reaches 3,000 readers three times a year with feature stories about individuals and families, news about developments, innovative strategies, training and conferences, resources and updates on international initiatives. Dialect articles have been reprinted by other journals around the world and are often used by local media in the province to spearhead similar stories. Dialect is the constant connection between the Association and its many publics throughout the province and elsewhere. Current and back issues are available on request.

You can get a copy of complete issues of Dialect and print them on your own printer or read them on your screen. To read or print these files, you will need Acrobat Reader on your computer system. You can get a free copy of Acrobat Reader here.

Download a copy of Dialect by clicking on the issue below. One word of caution...this is a very large file and it can take a long time to copy it to your computer. So please be patient.



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