Noto Sans Canadian Aboriginal is an unmodulated (“sans serif”) design for texts in the American Canadian Aboriginal syllabics script.

Noto Sans Canadian Aboriginal has multiple weights, contains 746 glyphs, and supports 722 characters from 3 Unicode blocks: Unified Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics, Unified Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics Extended, Spacing Modifier Letters.

Supported writing systems

Canadian Aboriginal syllabics

Canadian Aboriginal syllabics is a family of American abugidas, written left-to-right (0.5 million users). Used for Cree languages, for Inuktitut (co-official with the Latin script in the territory of Nunavut), for Ojibwe, Blackfoot. Were also used for Dakelh (Carrier), Chipewyan, Slavey, Tłı̨chǫ (Dogrib) and Dane-zaa (Beaver). Created in 1840 by James Evans to write several indigenous Canadian languages. Primarily used in Canada, occasionally in the United States. Read more on ScriptSource, Unicode, Wikipedia, Wiktionary, r12a.