a'’islak̓ala is a dialect of: enaksialak̓ala / a'’islak̓ala Language Family: Wakashan

Language known as: Kitamaat

The population of the village is drawn from a number of older communities, grouped loosely into those near the present site of the Kitamaat Village (Cʼimaucʼa). The families from these older communities that now reside at Kitamaat Village speak the dialect of a'’islak̓ala.1

State of the Language

Footnotes / References
1. Bach, Emmon (n.d.). Haisla Language.