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What You Didn’t Know About Inuit Languages In Canada

What You Didn’t Know About Inuit Languages in Canada

We often get asked to provide inuit translations, however the word Inuit actually encompasses four regional groups, as well as 20+ dialects. Wintranslation proudly translates all Inuit dialects and can provide guidance on which dialect is most suitable for a specific region. To clear up the confusion and make it easier…

Developing A Niche To Compete In The Translation Eco-System!

Developing a Niche to Compete in the Translation Eco-System!

“When a translator comes to us and tells us he or she can translate anything, we are always hesitant,” says Terry Davis, the CEO of the Canadian retailer Home Hardware Stores. Mr. Davis knows a thing or two about translation since the 6-billion-dollar company he manages frequently translates materials from…

Why Clients And Indigenous Translators Enjoy Working With Us

Why clients and Indigenous translators enjoy working with us

Wintranslation has one of the largest offerings of Canada’s Indigenous language translations. We work closely with our translators and have great relationships. Often, they are our friends on Facebook. So how do we make our translators’ and clients’ life easier? A knowledgeable project manager can help clients choose a dialect…

2016 Census Results: Usage of Indigenous Languages Growing Fast

By Marie-Michèle Chartier-Plante, translator The numbers are in: Indigenous and Métis populations are amongst the fastest growing populations in Canada. Numbers from the 2016 census by Statistic Canada published last month reaffirmed a trend observed since the 90’s, that these populations are growing four times faster than the rest of Canadian…