Unified Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics Extended-A Unicode Block

The Unicode Unified Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics Extended-A block is a character encoding range within the Unicode Standard specifically designed to represent the characters used in writing indigenous Canadian languages, such as Inuktitut, Carrier, and Cree. This block, located in the Unicode range U+18B0 to U+18FF, extends the basic Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics block (U+1400 to U+167F) to include additional syllabic characters, punctuation marks, and symbols that are essential for accurately representing these indigenous languages. The Extended-A block ensures that indigenous communities in Canada and related regions have the necessary digital tools to preserve and promote their languages and cultural heritage. It plays a crucial role in facilitating the creation of digital content, including documents, websites, and educational materials, in these languages, helping to ensure their continued vitality and accessibility in the modern world.

View a range of fonts that support the Unified Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics Extended-A block.

Below you will find all the characters that are in the Unified Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics Extended-A unicode block. Currently there are 16 characters in this block.




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