Need An Inuinnaqtun Translation? We Can Help.
Inuinnaqtun is an Inuit language which is mainly spoken in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut where it has an official language status. wintranslation is proud to offer Inuinnaqtun into English translation services.
Working for wintranslation has been a very rewarding experience for me and helps me keep both Michif and Plains Cree languages alive. The staff are always very helpful with any inquiries I may have and very prompt in replying. They are accommodating with payments and the projects are always enjoyable to receive. I would recommend working with wintranslation to anyone.
Kaa atooshkeyan poor wintranslation mitooni kishchi taapatun ga pimatishihtayan ooma Michif la laang. Otatooshkewuk tapitow ni wiichihikwuk kiishpin kakwaychihkaymoowina ni aayan. Nihta tipahikaywuk miina atooshkaywin tapitow nahikoohk miina ni miiyeuyihtayn ka pi itshahkawaw. Aen wiihtamawaw pikwa awiiyuk ga atooshkayt avek wintranslation.
Working with Wintranslation is amazing. It gives me opportunity to do what I enjoy, translating, and it gives me satisfaction that I have helped the community of Rankin Inlet in this one small way. It helps me feel like I am doing my part to help keep my dialect, Aivilingmiut/Rankin Inlet, alive.
The staff and coordination is very straightforward and it is easy to work with. Any questions I have are answered, and they give me the opportunity to take a job or to give it to someone else - there are no surprises or unexpected pressures of any kind.
Our organization needed several materials translated into Atikamekw and Naskapi to promote rail safety in Indigenous communities. Wintranslation responded to our request and provided us with an accurate quote and estimated turnaround time — which was surprisingly quick. Although our materials were designed in-house, the wintranslation team was happy to review all final designs to ensure there were no errors, and the layout was correct. We will definitely do business with them again for future projects.
I approached Wintranslation because I needed a series of Educational Posters translated into Swampy Cree to facilitate a broader reach to our Indigenous audience. Wintranslation made the process easy even when I was unable to communicate regularly. I really appreciated their quick turn around times (faster than quoted) and their patience with my questions about the translation (not having any background with the language). The end result are some fabulous resources that will be shared with kids and adults alike, with more to come!
I love that Wintranslation services assigns me flexible work that I can do remotely , from the comfort of my own home or when I travel. The mobile and flexible work suits my needs and gives me a lot of freedom.
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I had a great experience working with WinTranslation. I called first to get an idea of what specific Indigenous dialect I would need translation into based on my program's region and they were very helpful. I received a quick response back on my request for a quote and prompt and polite service throughout the entire interaction. In addition, receipt of my e-mail was acknowledged in a timely manner even though my consultant was out of the office for the afternoon which helped to put my mind at ease.
Summary of Qualifications for wintranslation's Inuinnaqtun Translators
- Over 10 years of experience teaching the Inuinnaqtun language at the college level
- Has performed professional English into Inuinnaqtun translation for close to ten years
- Involved with many Aboriginal community groups in Nunavut
- Acted as an English into Inuinnaqtun translator and interpreter for over 10 years
- Has worked closely with the Nunavut Legislative Assembly and other Canadian Government department
Examples of Projects Our Translators Have Completed
About The Inuinnaqtun Dialect
Inuinnaqtun is an Indigenous Inuit language and a dialect of Inuvialuktun spoken in several Northern Canadian Artic communities. The provincial governments of both the Northwest Territories and Nunavut have recognized Inuinnaqtun as an official language and this is reflected in many provincial documents being available in English, Inuinnaqtun as well as Inuktitut.
As of 2011, the number of Inuinnaqtun speakers was 390 across both Nunavut and the Northwest Territories.
As of the 2016 census, this has grown to 675, the majority of which come from just a few communities across the Artic;
– Cambridge Bay
While these are remote, sparsely populated communities the language and dialect is important culturally to these communities as it represents their rich heritage. With economic opportunity finding it’s way up into Cambridge Bay and Kugluktuk, wintranslation has done many environmental impact assessment translations into Inuinnaqtun as well as other dialects of Inuvialuktun.
An award-winning translation service provider based in North America, wintranslation has a fifteen year track record in managing complex multimedia and large-scale projects on time and on budget. Our company specializes in the translation of Canada’s aboriginal languages including Inuktitut, Inuinnaqtun, Malecite and Ojibwe. Please see our languages page for a full list of languages.
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