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Now Hiring At Wintranslation: Indigenous Languages Lead

Now Hiring at wintranslation: Indigenous Languages Lead

Are you a native speaker of Inuit or Cree languages? Are you creative and resourceful? Do you enjoy learning new things and solve problems? Welcome to wintranslation – an Ottawa based translation company with translation capabilities into Canada’s indigenous languages. Our top languages by requests are Inuktitut, Innuinaqtun, Cree, Oji-Cree…

News Release: Wintranslation Sharing Expertise About Indigenous Language Translations At U Of Ottawa Conference

News Release: wintranslation Sharing Expertise About Indigenous Language Translations at U of Ottawa Conference

  NOVEMBER 11th, 2016 OTTAWA- wintranslation project manager Azaëlle Elliott-Bouchard will share her expertise on the growing demand for, and inherent challenges of Indigenous language translation at the International Conference in Translation Studies. Organized by the University of Ottawa’s School of Translation and Interpretation, the conference is being held on November…

News Release: Wintranslation Expands Aboriginal Languages Unit

News Release: wintranslation Expands Aboriginal Languages Unit

  OTTAWA- Leading Canadian translation company wintranslation has appointed Jillian Morgan as Lead of its growing Aboriginal Translation Unit. Her appointment is wintranslation’s latest step to meet the rising demand for Aboriginal language translations. Morgan, who grew up speaking Mohawk and appreciates the cultural significance of preserving Aboriginal languages, will…

“Le Quinze Août”: The Acadian National Holiday

“Le Quinze Août”: the Acadian National Holiday

Partying “Acadien-Style"   Did you think that was the French flag? Well, think again! It’s the Acadian flag. Acadia is an Atlantic Canadian region that was formerly a French colony. Historically speaking, Acadia included Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and parts of Québec and Maine. Acadians proudly bear…