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Canadian English Translation

GTS is your best partner for Canadian language services when you are doing business in Canada. Canada has two official languages: French and English. GTS has a tested team of native Canadian English linguists for your Canadian English translation and localization projects. We provide excellent English to Canadian French translation services using our team of translators in Quebec, Canada.

Some of the world’s largest companies have chosen to partner with GTS for their Canadian English and Canadian French translation and localization needs. Clients include: Motorola, Siemens, Johnson and Johnson, GSK, Eli Lilly, Hitachi and others.

Our Canadian English translators are meticulously screened to determine their industry experience. We provide expert Canadian English translation services in many areas including technical, Life Sciences, biotechnology, chemical, medical, legal, patents and IP documents, software, engineering, financial. We also provide localization of software products and websites into Canadian English.

Canadian English vs American English

Canada is a member of the British commonwealth. And the first settlers in Canada were from France and the UK. Despite these facts, Canadian English is closer to US English than UK English. That makes sense, due to the common border that Canada shares with the USA. More information can be found on the McGill University website here. McGill is the oldest English-speaking university in Canada.

Translate from any language into Canadian English

Many clients find the need to translate documents and other content from other languages into English. This includes translation of medical documents, patents, legal and technical documents.  GTS provides certified translation of documents from French Canadian to English, and from over 80 languages into Canadian English.

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