Spanish Translations Montreal

Spanish Translation Services in Montreal

Spanish translator and interpreter in MontrealThe demand for Spanish translations represents a significant amount of work for our agency inMontreal because of the growth in economic and commercial exchanges between Canada and Spain.

Spanish Translation by Spanish Translators

We have a vast network of qualified English-Spanish, Spanish-English, French-Spanish and Spanish-French translators who are highly skilled in their respective fields of specialisation. They will be able to effectively and accurately assist you with:

  • legal translations
  • commercial translations
  • technical documents translations
  • patent translations
  • websites translations

Our professional translators only translate into their native language to ensure the highest quality of work.

Spanish Interpreters in Montreal

We also offer interpretation services for Spanish in Montreal. We can provide you with Spanish interpreters in many of Canada’s main cities. If needed, we can also provide you with the necessary interpretation equipment (i.e. sound booth, headsets, etc.) and the technicians to operate it.

If you’re travelling in a Hispanophone country, we have interpreters who can accompany you to provide English-Spanish interpretation/French-Spanish interpretation and/or guide services.

For your conferences, meetings, presentations, seminars, trade shows, and negotiations in Spanish we can provide you with in-booth simultaneous, consecutive, or liaison interpreting thanks to our Canada-wide network of professional interpreters.

Brief History of the Spanish Language

Spanish is the official language of 21 countries, the majority of which are located on the American continent. The linguistic situation differs considerably from one country to another.


About Montreal

Montréal, located in Quebec, is the biggest Francophone city in the Americas. The city is located on the Island of Montreal on the St. Lawrence river. It is both the business centre and the culture centre of Quebec. Montreal, which is home to 1 650 000 inhabitants (2011) is considered to be the second biggest Francophone city in the world after Paris (2.1 million inhabitants). Montreal’s urban conglomeration is home to 4 million people. In 2006, 53% of its inhabitants were of French-speaking culture, 13% of English-speaking culture and 34% of other cultures, also making Montreal a multicultural city.

Montreal’s industry is composed of the following sectors :

• aeronautics, transport materials
• video games
• telecommunications
• pharmaceutical
• advanced technology
• textile, fashion
• electronics
• post-secondary education (see the introduction below on Montreal’s four universities)

Montreal’s most important companies are (in alphabetical order):

• Air Canada
• Air Transat
• National Bank of Canada
• Bombardier
• Canadian National
• Domtar
• Hydro-Québec
• Métro Richelieu
• Power Corporation
• Quebecor
• Rio Tinto Alcan
• Saputo
• SNC-Lavalin
• Transcontinental

Montreal’s Main Universities

McGill University is one of the oldest universities in Canada. It is also one of the most prestigious in universities in the country and around the world, considered to be among the top 20.
The Université de Montréal (UdeM) is the biggest university in Quebec and one of the biggest in Canada. It is the top francophone university in the country and considered to be among the top 100 best universities in the world.
UdeM also has two affiliated schools, HEC Montréal and the École polytechnique de Montréal, which are located on the campus. The Centre hospitalier de l’Université de Montréal (CHUM), is made up of three hospitals: Hôtel-Dieu, Hôpital Notre-Dame and Hôpital Saint-Luc.
Concordia University is a more modern university and is officially bilingual. This means that students have the choice of submitting their work and do their exams in either French or English.
Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) is a part of the Université du Québec’s public network. The main campus is located in the heart of the Latin quarter in Montreal, close to Rue Saint-Denis and Rue Sainte-Catherine.

Montreal’s 19 boroughs are (in descending order):

• Côte des Neiges, Notre Dame de Grâce
• Villeray Saint Michel, Parc Extension
• Rosemont, La Petite Patrie
• Mercier Hochelaga Maisonneuve
• Ahuntsic Cartierville
• Rivière des Prairies Pointe aux Trembles
• Le Plateau Mont-Royal
• Saint-Laurent
• Montréal-Nord
• Ville-Marie
• LaSalle
• Saint Léonard
• Le Sud Ouest
• Verdun
• Pierrefonds Roxboro
• Lachine
• Anjou
• Outremont
• L’Île Bizard Sainte-Geneviève

Main translation languages in Montreal: