Toronto Translation Services
Corporate & Technical Document Translation Services - Toronto
Technovate delivers ‘Peace of Mind’ with every translation project we undertake. With 6,000+ Translators specializing across various technical fields and industries in over 200 languages. Our quality control systems have been time tested and meet the rigorous standards of the 4,000 clients we’ve helped with over 20,000 projects. Call, email or send us your file and we’ll deliver by your deadline every time!
Important Industries of Toronto
As the financial capital of Canada, Toronto is home to banks, brokerage firms, and other financial institutions, as well as the Toronto Stock Exchange, one of the world’s largest. The city has a large media industry, as well as information technology industry. Toronto is known for its media, publishing, and film sectors. The greater Toronto area has a large manufacturing industry, though mostly outside the city limits. The city itself serves as a distribution hub for goods by road, rail, air, and the St. Lawrence Seaway.
Standards & Certifications
Technovate Translations prides itself on translating the toughest technical documents using the most stringent standards. We’ve recently gone through the recertification process for two of the highest standards in the industry CAN/CGSB131.10 and the ISO 17100. Both of these certifications ensure that proper quality control procedures are instituted with every project undertaken. We go above and beyond the standards because we translate in the most complex and difficult industries.
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Toronto is the largest city in Canada, with a population of more than 2.7 million people in a metropolitan area of around 5.6 million people. Toronto is also one of Canada’s most diverse cities. Nearly half of the population belongs to a visible minority group, and about half of Torontonians were born in a country other than Canada. Chinese and East Indians are the two largest minority ethnic groups in the city. Toronto’s many ethnic neighborhoods reflect this diversity, including Chinatown, Corso Italia, Greektown, and more.
The city has the second highest percentage of foreign born residents among world cities. In Toronto more than 150 world languages are spoken, with English, Chinese, and Italian being the three most common.The city was founded in the late eighteenth century as York and was renamed Toronto in 1834 in response to a petition from city residents. Monitoring agencies consider Toronto one of the world’s most livable global cities. It is home to more than fifty ballet companies, six opera companies, and two symphony orchestras.
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