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New Contracts Won from the Government of Canada

During the past two weeks, wintranslation was awarded several contracts by the Government of Canada. It was the first time that we won Brazilian Portuguese and Farsi translation contracts. We also won in Georgian and Turkish. wintranslation specializes in finding and managing language professionals. We have recently expanded into offering aboriginal languages to government clients.

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On November 29, 2012, posted in: News by

Moving into New Office at Riverside and Bank!

We are moving into a new office at 2197 Riverside Dr. at the corner of Riverside and Bank on January 1, 2013. It will be freshly renovated just for us with new flooring, paint, and lighting.  And the space is custom designed just for our needs. Very excited about the move. Cherry on top- it […]

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On November 22, 2012, posted in: News by

Intellectual Property Firm Inspicos from Denmark Selects wintranslation

wintranslation is delighted to welcome Inspicos, a leading IP firm from Denmark into our client roster. Inspicos has selected wintranslation to perform Chinese translation and quality review of intellectual property related documentation.

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On November 13, 2012, posted in: News by

2012 Canadian Language Industry Showcase is Next Week!

Language Industry Association (AILIA) will be hosting its annual Language Industry Showcase on November 8 and 9, 2012 at the Château Cartier Hotel, 1170 Aylmer Road, in Gatineau, Québec. This is the annual gathering of Canadian government officials, translation company owners and various stake holders in the translation and language instruction business.

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On November 2, 2012, posted in: News by

Latest Census Report Reveals Linguistic Characteristics of Canadians

Canada is more linguistically diverse than ever according to the latest 2011 census released by Statistics Canada this week. Eight immigrant languages showed growth of more than 30%. Tagalog is the fastest growing language in Canada. The other fast growing languages are: Mandarin (+50%), Arabic (+47%), Hindi (+44%), Creole languages (+42%), Bengali (+40%), Persian (+33%), and […]

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On October 25, 2012, posted in: News by