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Welcoming Our Newest Clients

wintranslation™ is happy to welcome two new companies to our ever-growing list of clientele! The American Radio Relay League chose wintranslation for their English into Spanish translation project. The ARRL is the largest organization of radio amateurs in the United States. wintranslation provided our other new client, the Universal Lending Corporation, with Chinese into English […]

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OnJanuary 18, 2013, posted in: News by

2012 in review for wintranslation

It is always fun to do a little bit of self reflection at the end of the year to see if we progressed or back pedled. The feedback helps us improve and decide whether we need to make an adjustment: In 2012, we initiated an internship program for the first time.  We hosted one business […]

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OnJanuary 3, 2013, posted in: News by

New Inuinnaqtun Contract Award

For the last two months, we have been recruiting aboriginal language translators. Last week, we received a one year contract award from the Government of Canada for the Inuinnaqtun language. Inuinnaqtun is one of the official languages recognized by the governments of the Northwest Territories and Nunavut.

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OnDecember 18, 2012, posted in: News by

wintranslation at the Women in International Trade Christmas Party

Huiping Iler, the president of wintranslation attended the Women in International Trade Ottawa Chapter (OWIT)’s Christmas Party held at the Royal Canadian Mint. Featured in the pictures: Picture 1: Abigail Duiniecki, legal counsel of Canadian Air Transport Security Authority, also membership outreach chair of OWIT seen here with Huiping Iler. Picture 2: Huiping Iler holding […]

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OnDecember 1, 2012, posted in: News by

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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OnNovember 29, 2012, posted in: News by