Multi-Languages Corporation
Quality • Care • Prestige
Because We Care
March 2016
Newsletter #5
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"This month Prime Minister Justin Trudeau gave a speech on the White House lawn, partly in English, partly in French. Television viewers heard him deliver his text in English without a hitch. But when he switched to French, the closed captioning on ABC delivered results that were, let’s say, surprising."
"The murder trial against Oscar Lozano Garcia was pushed back Monday because several documents will not be translated into Spanish in time for its scheduled start date next month."

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Empowerment Tips 
Why You Should STOP Complaining
No one likes to be around someone who is in a constant state of complaining. Complaining not only affects the people around you, it actually has an even greater negative effect on your own well being!
Here are some benefits of not complaining: 
  • Will be perceived as more open and accepting
  • Drastically reduce your stress and anxiety
  • Relationships will become stronger
  • Improve mood and emotional state 
  • Become a better problem solver
  • Strengthen your immune system and overall health
  • Experience more positivity and happiness
  • Very likeable - people will be drawn to be friends with you
  • Do better in your career and professional life
These are just a few of the positive impacts when you eliminate complaining from your daily lifestyle. Allow yourself the gift of looking at things from a perspective of optimism and your relationships, health, career and many other areas of life will transform.
Note: Health and/or Empowerment tips were compiled by Lola Bendana. These tips are for educational purposes only and are in no way intended to diagnose, cure, or treat any health condition. It does not constitute medical advice or any other professional advice. Always consult with your physician first. Visit our weekly newsletter  or our empowerment section for a compilation of tips. 
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"Some 265,000 Ontarians can't speak English or French. Only 3.7 per cent of the primary care physicians speak one of the top unofficial languages. 
Patients and primary care physicians in Ontario often aren't speaking the same language, says a new study by the Centre for Research on Inner City Health."
"After tearing down Americans for their lack of foreign language skills, President Barack Obama made his own deficiencies in Spanish work to his advantage at a young people’s town hall in Buenos Aires."
"President Barack Obama may be the leader of the free world, but he's relying on his daughter Malia as his personal interpreter during his historic trip to Cuba. Malia was captured translating Spanish for her father on Sunday night in a photo that's since gone viral."
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Who do you need to contact at Multi-Languages?

Lola Bendana

Director Ext.222

Ann Menoudakis
Interpretation Ext.223

Mariolga Urdaneta
Translation/Revision/Braille Ext.224

Kevin Gonsalves
Desktop Publishing (DTP)/Audio/Video/Transcription Ext.226

Sergio E. Bendana
Business Development/Accounting
Focus is everything. Start focusing on all of the things that can go right instead of dwelling in the fear of what could go wrong. Instead of being afraid of the possibility of failure, get excited about the likelihood of success.
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Multi-Languages is committed to providing its clients with outstanding translation and interpretation services. We do extensive amount of work to ensure that the translations and interpretations that we deliver are of the highest quality. We are so confident in the high quality services we provide, that we offer a unique “Outstanding Quality Guarantee." If for any reason, you feel our services have not met our guarantee of highest quality, please contact us right away and we will make it right for you.

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We are Certified by the Canadian Standards for Translation Services (Canadian General Standards Board approved by the Standards Council of Canada) CAN CGSB  131.10-2008 and by the ISO 17100 Certification granted by the Austrian Standards Institute and the Language Industry Certification System (LICS). We have been certified under the European Standards (EN15038) since 2007, and now the EN has been replaced by ISO 17100
We fully abide and are certified under the National Standard Guide for Community Interpreting Services – NSGCIS
For details on certification, please visit our site


Multi-Languages is the first translation and interpreting agency in Toronto to obtain accreditation by the Better Business Bureau!

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Multi-Languages has been accredited with the BBB as of October 2013

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