Translation in Montreal
Formerly the largest city in Canada, the country’s second-largest city, Montreal, is a centre of commerce, industry, culture, finance, and world affairs. Montreal is the largest inland port in the world, and one of the most important ports in Canada.
There is a demand for high quality translation services in Montreal since the city witnesses a confluence of various languages brought in by business travelers, immigrants and others. Our high end and years of expertise as translator ensures that in Montreal, we handle linguistic projects in virtually every field and medium.
We have completed translations of:
- Annual reports,
- Insurance claims,
- Technical reports,
- Software programs,
- Web sites,
- Automotive specifications,
- Medical reports,
- Pharmaceutical testing protocols,
- Investor correspondence,
- Litigation documentation,
- Patent claims,
- Corporate brochures,
- Marketing and promotional material,
- Press Releases,
- Environmental audit reports,
- Restaurant guides,
- Religious scriptures,
- Nutrition and holistic-medicine related research,
- Vision-care product documentation and many others.
Montreal’s cultural and linguistic diversity is well known which is why our translation services in Montreal are so much in demand.
Montreal is an important centre of higher education and the location of four French-languge universities: Université de Montréal, Université du Québec, Université Laval and Université de Sherbrooke (headquartered in Sherbrooke with a campus in Longueuil).
When it comes to English translation Montreal has needs for high quality translation as well. Two famous English-language universities in Canada are also located here – McGill University and Concordia University. The presence of these international commercial, educational and institutional organizations results in a large demand for language services in a variety of different languages.
With about 3.6 million residents in the Greater Montreal Area, Montreal is the second-largest French-speaking city in the world after Paris, and 53 per cent of Montreal residents speak French as their first language. But the city is often considered a bilingual area due to the fact that about 18% of its residents claim English as their first language.
Much of Montreal’s commerce is transacted in both French and English. This particular language structure makes Montreal a large bilingual service centre, and numerous English to French or French to English translators and interpreters all over Canada come from Montreal. Textronics has highly competent English and French translators in Montreal.
Other than that, the city also has very diversified ethnic groups. Montreal has long been a centre of immigration and continues to attract people from all over the world. It features the second-largest community of Blacks in Canada after Toronto. Other groups, such as Arabs, Latin Americans, South Asians, and Chinese are also represented in large numbers. Textronics provides translation services in Montreal for all these native languages.
Montreal’s four major mother tongues other than French and English are Italian, Arabic, Spanish, and Chinese. In the city’s translation market, these four languages also experience considerable demand as more new immigrants settle in the city. Like in other demographically diverse cities, ethnic marketing is becoming an increasingly important factor in the demand for language services. Fulfilling demands for translation in Montreal thus forms a key part in Textronics range of translation services.