Denesuline (pronounced de-ne-sooth-lee-ne) is an Athabaskan language spoken by the Dene people in north-central Canada. The Dene people have lived in this part of Canada for thousands of years, and the word "Dene" simply means "the people." The traditional way of life for the Dene people includes fishing and caribou hunting.

Our Denesuline course was created in 2012 by the Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre.