English Translations Toronto

English Translation Services Toronto

English translator and interpreter in Toronto

The demand for English translations in Toronto (from and into English) represents a very significant amount of work for our agency.

We have a vast network of professional English translators in Toronto who are highly skilled in their respective fields of specialisation. They will be able to effectively and accurately translate your legal, commercial or technical documents, as well as patents or websites.

In order to provide you with the highest quality of work, our professional translators only translate into their mother tongue.


English Translator in Montreal

We have a vast network of qualified English 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
  • website translations

English Interpreters in Toronto

We also offer interpretation services for English in Toronto. We can provide you with English 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 are travelling, we have interpreters who can accompany you to provide English interpretation and/or guide services.

For your conferences, meetings, presentations, seminars, trade shows, and negotiations in English 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 English Language

There are an estimated 341 million native English speakers worldwide. There are also another 508 million people who speak English as their second language in more than 60 countries, where it has achieved the status of official or co-official language.

English is predominantly spoken as a mother tongue in Australia (95%), the United Kingdom (94.8%), the Republic of Ireland (92.3%), New Zealand (91.4%), the United States (76%), and Canada (59.3%).

These six countries are, strictly speaking, the basis of native English speaking in the world.

In no other country but South Africa (5.7% or 2 million people) is English the mother tongue of a considerable fraction of the population. Nonetheless, if we count the native English speakers in the above-mentioned countries as well as in India, Africa and Oceania, the total number of English speakers increases from 306 million to 374 million. This figure represents the total number of English speakers (or Anglophones) in the world, in the truest sense of the term.








About Toronto

Toronto is the capital of Ontario, the biggest city in Canada, with over 2.6 million inhabitants (followed by Montreal), and the fourth largest city in North America. The metropolitan region is home to 5 583 064 people and the Golden Horseshoe mega-city is home to 8 million.

Toronto is the economic capital of Canada and one of the most important financial cities in the world.

Toronto’s economic sectors are:

• finance

• telecommunications

• aerospace industry

• transport

• media

• arts, film, television series production

• information technology

• medical research

• education

The majority of Canadian companies have chosen to place their head office in Toronto.

The Toronto Stock Exchange is 7th in the world in terms of market capitalisation.

Toronto is a multicultural city: 49 % of the population was born outside of Canada. Although English is the main language spoken, 50% of the inhabitants have a different mother tongue and 32% speak a language other than English at home.

Here are the main areas in Toronto:

Downtown Toronto

• Alexandra Park

• The Annex

• Baldwin Village

• Cabbagetown

• CityPlace

• Chinatown

• Church and Wellesley

• Corktown

• Discovery District

• Distillery District

• Entertainment District

• Fashion District

• The Financial District

• Garden District

• Grange Park

• Harbord Village

• Harbourfront

• Kensington Market

• Moss Park

• Queen Street West

• Regents Park

• St. James Town

• St. Lawrence

• Toronto Islands

• Trefann Court

• University of Toronto St. George Campus

• Yorkville

East End

• The Beaches (or The Beach)

• East Danforth

• Gerrard Street East (or Little India)

• Greektown

• Leslieville

• Main Square

• Playter Estates

• Port Lands

• Riverdale

• Upper Beaches

North End

• Bedford Park

• Casa Loma

• Chaplin Estates

• Davisville Village

• Deer Park (Yonge and St. Clair)

• Forest Hill (et Forest Hill Village)

• Lawrence Park

• Lytton Park

• Midtown

• Moore Park

• North Toronto

• Rosedale

• South Hill (and Rathnelly)

• Summerhill

• Wanless Park

• Wychwood Park

• Yonge and Eglinton

West End

• Bloor West Village

• Bracondale Hill

• Brockton Village

• Carleton Village

• Corso Italia

• Davenport

• Dovercourt Park

• Dufferin Grove

• Earlscourt

• Fort York

• High Park

• The Junction

• Junction Triangle

• Koreatown

• Liberty Village

• Little Italy

• Little Portugal

• Malta Village

• Mirvish Village

• Niagara

• Palmerston

• Parkdale

• Pelham Park

• Roncesvalles

• Runnymede

• Seaton Village

• Swansea

• Trinity-Bellwoods

Main translation languages ​​in Toronto:

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