Based on our experience of over 27 years, common languages account for 95% and exotic and rare languages account for 4% of the requests for interpretation services. This classification has been done based on the distribution of speakers of languages identified in the 2011 Census of Canada.
Please find a classification of languages we provide services for across Canada below:
If you have questions about this classification, please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Languages not included in the list above are classified as Rare Languages. In addition, ASL, Deaf Interpreting and aboriginal languages are subject to different rates, minimums and increments.
Languages listed pertain to all services except Conference Interpreting, which is only available for certain mainstream languages, such as French, Spanish, Mandarin, Russian, Arabic, Cantonese, Portuguese, etc.