Multilingual Content Strategy for E-commerce

By: Sanskriti Ravi, Communications Intern In this increasingly globalized world, it comes as no shock that people are relying more and more on e-commerce to meet their demands. Companies are beginning to change their communications strategy to match their modern-day potential customer base that spans across the globe. Having a multilingual content strategy is no longer reserved for only the biggest of companies; it is increasingly crucial for even small to medium enterprises (SME) to…

COVID-19 Stories: Hanen Nanaa, Campaigning for An Inclusive Canada

MCIS recently had the pleasure of interviewing Hanen Nanaa, a young, passionate individual dedicated to supporting newcomers in feeling welcomed and connected to their communities. Hanen is very special to MCIS as she was the youngest recipient to receive the Interpreter Training Scholarship in 2016. She has only been in Canada for four years and has already been accepted to Ryerson University, volunteered with many newcomers’ organizations, and began leading Books, Arts, and Music Collective…

MCIS connects at Homeless Connect Toronto

by: Alanna Quinn, Business Development Coordinator On Oct. 27, volunteers and interpreters from MCIS returned to Ryerson’s Mattamy Athletic Centre for the 7th annual Homeless Connect Toronto event. The event was held to provide typically costly human services, such as dental care, eye care, foot care and haircuts, amongst over 30 other types of services, free of charge to those experiencing or at risk of homelessness. MCIS’ role at the event was to connect native…