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Often referred to as the “Gateway
to the West”,
Winnipeg is the largest city and capital
of the Canadian province of Manitoba , the
eighth largest Census Metropolitan Areas
(CMA) in Canada. More than 700,000 people live
in the Winnipeg Metropolitan Area.
The most innovative companies in the world use teleconferencing, videoconferencing and web conferencing for all types of meetings. Language Marketplace also offers interpretation (translation) services in Winnipeg, for all your teleconferencing, videoconferencing and web conferencing needs.
According to the Conference Board of Canada,
Winnipeg has the third-fastest growing economy
among Canada's major cities. In 2003 and 2004,
Canadian Business magazine ranked Winnipeg
in the top 10 cities for business. The City
of Winnipeg has several key sectors contributing
to its fast growing economy, including transportation,
finance, manufacturing, agriculture and education.
Real estate was also booming in 2007 and a
major contributor to this city's economy.
The extensive presence of provincial government
organizations has a significant impact on the
economy in Winnipeg. The major employers in
Winnipeg and the surrounding area are either
government or government-funded institutions:
the Province of Manitoba, the City of Winnipeg,
the University of Manitoba, the Health Sciences
Centre, the Casinos of Winnipeg, and Manitoba
Hydro. Approximately 54,000 people or 14% of
the work force are employed in the public sector.
Several large corporations are also headquartered
in the Winnipeg area, such as Manitoba Telecom
Services, CanWest Global Communications, Palliser
Furniture, Great-West Life Assurance, Motor
Coach Industries, Convergys, New Flyer Industries,
Boeing Canada Technology, and Bristol Aerospace.
The presence of these large organizations results
in significant demand for multi-lingual services.
Winnipeg is an important regional centre of
culture and education. It is home to the world
famous Royal Winnipeg Ballet. Winnipeg is the
site of four universities and one major college:
the University of Manitoba, the University
of Winnipeg, le Collège Universitaire
de Saint-Boniface, Canadian Mennonite University,
and Red River College. It is also home to the
National Microbiology Laboratory, Canada's
front line in its response to SARS.
Though 99% of Winnipeggers speak fluent English,
there are more than 20 languages spoken in
Winnipeg. Eleven percent can speak both English
and French. The other widely used languages
in the city include German (4.1%), Tagalog
(3.4%), Ukrainian (3.1%), Spanish, as well
as Chinese and Polish (all three spoken by
1.7% of the population). In addition, the city
has the highest concentration of people of Filipino origin in Canada, and with almost
30,000 residents, the second largest Filipino
population after Toronto. Therefore, multi-lingual
services are playing an increasingly important
role in providing effective cross-cultural
communication in Winnipeg. Language Marketplace can be your partner for your translation and interpretation needs. We provide French translation services, as well as translation and interpretation in over 140 other languages.
The address of City Hall:
510 Main Street
Winnipeg, MB, R3B 1B9