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wintranslation is on YouTube!

Welcome to the debut of wintranslation’s YouTube Channel! Check it out at It is a corporate overview of wintranslation’s capabilities, clients and past achievements.  It was produced by Frank Carr of  Wildbox Studios based in Toronto.  

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OnJuly 12, 2012, posted in: News by

wintranslation sponsoring the Rideau Canal Festival

wintranslation™ is pleased to announce the proud sponsorship of the Rideau Canal Festival. Being an Ottawa based translation company, we are delighted to support the celebrations of the Rideau Canal’s 180th Anniversary. The festival will also honour the 5th Anniversary of the UNESCO World Heritage designation of this monumental early 19th-century engineering wonder. Complimentary festival passports […]

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OnJuly 9, 2012, posted in: News by

Webinar on Machine Translation Post Editing on July 10, 2012

wintranslation™ is pleased to announce an upcoming webinar on machine translation (MT) post editing featuring the MT lead from a well known IT organization. This is an invitation only event and will take place on July 10, 2012 at 1 PM ET. Check out Huiping Iler’s guest contribution post on machine translation post editing on Kirti Vashee’s […]

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OnJune 28, 2012, posted in: News by

wintranslation Welcomes Michigan Scientific as New Client

wintranslation™ is pleased to announce that Michigan Scientific, an engineering consulting and manufacturer based in Milford Michigan has selected wintranslation to provide German translation of its FrameMaker manuals. wintranslation was selected for the combination of linguistic and engineering expertise of its German translators. Its experience in handling FrameMaker and Audocad files were also a consideration. […]

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OnJune 21, 2012, posted in: News by

wintranslation Welcomes a New Translation Intern from Trois-Rivieres

wintranslation™ is pleased to welcome Ian Fafard, from Trois-Rivieres, Quebec to our translation department as an intern. Ian is a recent graduate of l’Université de Sherbrooke’s professional translation program. He has a particular interest for languages, computing and electronics. Having previously interned for the federal government, Ian hopes to continue his career path as a professional […]

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OnJune 14, 2012, posted in: News by