Winnipeg Translation Services

Corporate & Technical Document Translation Services - Winnipeg

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!

Known Industries of Winnipeg

Winnipeg has an extremely diverse economy. Its major industries include health care, trade, manufacturing, and education. The largest employer in the city is government, which combined across all levels of government employs approximately 15% of the city’s workforce. Communications and manufacturing firms are among the largest private employers in the city. Because of the city’s size and location it has become a regional center for trade, and it houses the mint where Canadian coins are struck.



Every time we undertake a complex project we not only ensure that the translator has the specific industry experience but we also test our translators to ensure that they will be able to translate the document properly. Our translators all possess degrees in translation or in the technical area of translation. We search long and far to ensure your translation has the experience and technical knowhow to ensure your translation is accurate and

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About Winnipeg

Translation Services Winnipeg

Winnipeg is the largest city in the province of Manitoba, and it is the capital of the province. It is Canada’s seventh most populous city and the “Gateway to the West” has a population of around 670,000 people. The 730,000 people living in the Winnipeg metropolitan area represent 55% of the province’s entire population. The city is very diverse, and it has one of the largest aboriginal populations of any major Canadian city. It also has the largest percentage of Filipino residents and the seventh largest percentage of visible minorities. Winnipeggers speak more than 100 world languages, including Tagalog, German, Punjabi, and Ukrainian. The city grew out of a French fort founded in 1738 but not incorporated as a city until 1873. The city’s name comes from an indigenous Western Cree term for “muddy waters” and had long been a center of trade even before the coming of the Europeans.

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