Datapoint Michif/ʃ - voiceless palato-alveolar sibilant fricative

The phoneme /ʃ/ is found in words of both Cree and French origin.
In French words, it can be found word-initially (shaan 'field'), word-medially (planshee 'floor') and word-finally (vaesh 'cow').
In Cree words, the phoneme can be found word-initially (shakiheew 'she loves her'), word-medially (pashiko 'get up!') and word-finally (anosh 'today').


Exists (as a major allophone)

Example 75-313:
shaanbr - ekushi
room - that's it