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"Authentic Commitment to Quality"

Because We Care
March, 2015
Bulletin 3

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You Won't Believe The English Translation Of These Perodua Cars According To Google Translate

"Using it to decipher a single word is mostly fine, but in an attempt to translate an entire sentence into another language, you are bound to realize that there are countless errors that make the tool barely reliable after all".
Policy on discrimination and language

According to the Ontario Human Rights Commission the language-related grounds of discrimination are
ancestry, ethnic origin, place of origin, race.

"Although the Code does not explicitly identify "language" as a prohibited ground of discrimination, the Human Rights tribunal of Ontario may consider claims under a number of related grounds, such as ancestry, ethnic origin, place of origin and in some circumstances, race. In the Commission's experience, language can be an element of a complaint based on any of these grounds".
Ancient skeletons hold key to origins of language

"Now the skeletal evidence reveals that at least some Indo-European languages spoken in Europe likely resulted from massive migration from eastern Russia around 4,500 years ago."
Humber College Language Interpreter Training Certificate Program & PLAR Information Sessions

Individuals interested in becoming interpreters will learn about:
  • The courses in the program
  • Entrance requirements
  • Necessary language skills
  • Interpreter skills assessment
  • Class locations
  • Length of program, dates and times
  • Prior learning credentials evaluation and industry collaborations
  • Careers as interpreters
Do you know the health benefits of NOT complaining ?

  • Fosters a positive attitude
  • Reduces stress
  • Moves us out of the victim mode
  • Cultivates gratitude
  • Gives peace of mind
  • Produces acceptance
  • Magnifies the positive
  • Helps us live in the moment and be present
  • Reminds us of our true nature, detached from ego
"Complaining has a similar impact to our health as second-hand smoke"

What It's Like To Go Without Complaining For A Month

"When you complain, you make yourself a victim. Leave the situation or accept it. All else is madness.”~ Eckhart Tolle

Note: Health 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. Always consult with your physician first.
Content from non-profit associations

We are glad to support the work of non-profit associations working towards the improvement of the translation and interpreting field. If you have events or news to share, we will be happy to publish them at no cost.


OCCI just finalized the documentation for the creation of the Tier Accreditation System for Community Interpreters in Ontario.

In response to the need for consistent quality interpretation across all public service sectors, the Ontario Council on Community Interpreting (OCCI) is announcing the development of a progressive and responsive accreditation process for Community Interpreters.

​Limited English/French Proficiency individuals in Canada need access to quality service, in both urban and rural communities; and, interpreters need professional accreditation that will be recognized and valued. These needs are felt across the country and the work of the OCCI is aligned with initiatives at the national level.

A standardized accreditation process will take away the guesswork about interpreter qualifications for individuals working with interpreters, and will bring us closer to the common goal of professionalizing the Community Interpreting sector.  

The OCCI is unique in its approach of consultation with stakeholders and community members from across the province:

  • Interpreters
  • Public Service Providers
  • Interpreter Trainers
  • Interpretation Service Providers
  • Individuals facing language barriers
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10 Tips For Overcoming The Language Barrier When Expanding Overseas

"Overcoming the language barrier is arguably the most difficult challenge when launching a business overseas"
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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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Multi-Languages is the first translation and interpreting agency in Toronto to obtain accreditation by the Better Business Bureau!

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  • Tell the Truth 
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  • Honor Promises 
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  • Embody Integrity

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"An ethical marketplace where buyers and sellers can trust each other." 

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


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