Lesson One of Labrador Innu-aimun: An Introduction to the Sheshatshiu Dialect provides an introduction to the pronunciation of Innu-aimun for speakers of English.
This dialect of Innu-aimun is spoken in the community of Sheshatshiu, Labrador, formerly known as North West River. This variety of Innu-aimun (also known as Montagnais) is similar to the Innu-aimun dialect spoken in Sept-Iles and Schefferville, Quebec (Uashunnu) and is also closely related to the Innu-aimun varieties of the Quebec Lower North Shore - that is, the Mashkuannu dialect spoken in Mingan, Natashquan, La Romaine and St. Augustin. To a lesser extent, Sheshatshiu Innu-aimun shares features with the only other variety of Innu-aimun spoken in Labrador, the Mushuau dialect spoken in Natuashish, which from a linguistic perspective is best described as Eastern Naskapi.
The Innu-aimun is pronounced by Kanani Penashue and the English by Laurel Anne Hasler.