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Without context there is no meaning

We’ve all heard our philosophy professors mention this once or twice – and it turns out they were right.  When you’re sending your material off for translation, don’t forget to provide as much context as you can – a step often overlooked. No context most often means wrong  translation, and wrong translation always means spending much […]

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OnMay 30, 2013, posted in: Articles, Translation Articles by

Now Supporting Translation in Many Additional Languages!

Over the past two months the wintranslation™ team has been hard at work finding highly talented individuals to offer translation and localization services for an increased number of languages. Here are some of the languages from around the world we have recently added! Algonquin Azerbaijani Catalan Kazakh Maltese For a complete listing of the languages […]

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OnMay 16, 2013, posted in: News by

Translating into Aboriginal languages?

Don’t ignore these 5 important details! Although English and French are Canada’s only official languages, there are a large number of Aboriginal languages still in use today by the Indigenous people of our country. Since many of these languages are spoken by a small population, there are some important considerations one should take when requesting […]

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OnMay 7, 2013, posted in: Translation Articles by

Details to Consider for your Translation Project

Thinking about having your documents translated? Many of our new clients who request a free quote include their contact information and the basic details of their request, but some forget important information that can affect the cost and turnaround of the project. Here are some important questions to ask yourself when starting a translation project: […]

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OnApril 19, 2013, posted in: Translation Articles by

Recruiting Aboriginal Language Translators in Canada

This presentation was given by one of wintranslation’s interns, Jean-René Lavallée and details the basics of how to recruit Aboriginal Language translators. Here are some of the topics the presentation covers: – Aboriginal Language Families (Eskimo-Aleut, Athabascan, Algonquin, Siouan, Iroquoian, Kutenai, Salish, Wakashan & Tsimshian) & Dialects (Cree, Ojibway, Dene, Dogrib, Inuktitut, Inuinnaqtun, & Mohawk) […]

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OnApril 10, 2013, posted in: Podcasts by

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