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Language Marketplace is one
of the fastest growing privately owned translation
companies in Canada. Language Marketplace provides
local translation services and interpretation
services in Vaughan.
We provide translation and interpretation services
for various government departments and private
a city in York Region north of Toronto, Ontario,
Canada. According to Canada Census 2006 Vaughan’s
population was 238,000. Vaughan is one of the fastest
growing municipalities in Canada, according to
Statistics Canada and has nearly doubled in population
since 1991. Vaughan was incorporated as a city
in 1991. Vaughan is part of the Greater Toronto
Area (GTA). Its slogan is "The city above
The first European to pass through
Vaughan was the French explorer Étienne
Brûlé, who traversed the Humber Trail
in 1615. However, it was not until the townships
were created in 1792 that Vaughan began to see
any settlements, as it was considered to be extremely
remote and the lack of roads through the region
made travel difficult. The township was named after
Benjamin Vaughan, a British commissioner who signed
a peace treaty with the United States in 1783.
Vaughan is one of southern Ontario's fastest growing
cities. According to Statistics Canada, the population
grew 37 percent in a mere four year period
(more than 9.3% annually), and also has a young
age profile than the Canadian average as 22
percent is under the age of 14, while those over
65 constitute 8%, one of the lowest in Ontario
resulting in an average age of 34.
Vaughan is reputably known as having some of the
highest concentrations of southern Europeans
(notably Italians), Eastern Europeans (chiefly
Russians and Poles) and Jewish people in Ontario,
while those who are of British and/or Irish origin
form a smaller proportion than in many other southern Ontario cities. Around
19 percent of the populations are members of visible minority (non-European/white).
Vaughan has a large South Asian population, with Indian and Pakistani Canadians
holding a large portion of the non-white population. Vaughan also has a small
but growing Hispanic, Jamaican, Vietnamese and Chinese population. Residents
of Vaughan are very religious; the city has the lowest number of non-affiliates
in Ontario. Some 67% of the population adheres to Christianity, mostly Roman
Catholicism (55%). Those who practice non-Christian religions are also great
in number, mostly Judaism (18%), Hindu (2.4%), and Islam (2.4%). as well
as Buddhist (.5%).
Woodbridge is known as an Italian area is in Vaughan.
Italians represent, according to Statistics Canada,
43% of the population of Vaughan. Many Portuguese
have also made the area their home. Thus the languages most
spoken in Vaughan besides English are Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Punjabi, Hindi, Tamil, Vietnamese, Cantonese and Mandarin.
Vaughan has many attraction sites, such as Canada’s Wonderland, which is
Canada’s largest amusement park. The McMichael Canadian Art Collection,
which is located in, located in Kleinburg, Vaughan. In addition, Vaughan Mills
is considered one of the largest malls in the Greater Toronto Area was constructed
in Vaughan in 2004.
Considering the large European population Vaughan is home to the Ontario Soccer
Association. The OSA is the largest sports organization in Canada, with over
500,000 registered players. Vaughan is home to the Canadian Soccer Hall of Fame
and Museum. Vaughan is home to the Woodbridge Softball Association. It
has been in existence since 1958. Vaughan is also home to the Italian Shooters
- Canadian Soccer League 2006 Champions.
The address of City Hall:
2141 Major Mackenzie Dr W
Vaughan, ON, L6A 1W8
Language Marketplace provides
translation services in Vaughan from
French into English and from English into French.
In addition we provides translation services in
over 140 other language combinations, such as Portuguese,
Spanish, Arabic, Punjabi, Urdu, German, Russian,
Italian,Polish and Mandarin to name a few.