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Language Marketplace is one of the fastest growing privately owned translation companies
in Canada. Language Marketplace provides local translation and interpretation services
in Manitoba, Canada. We provide translation services and interpretation services
for various government departments, private companies, and individuals.
Manitoba is a Canadian province, spanning 647,000 square kilometers (250,000 sq mi), and has a population of 1,200,000 (2008 estimates). Manitoba is located in Western Canada and borders the U.S. Sates of North Dakota and Minnesota to the south. North of Manitoba is the border of Nunavut, to the west is the province of Saskatchewan and of course to the east Manitoba borders the province of Ontario, Canada.
Manitoba, Canada became the first province created from the territories in 1870. Manitoba is the only Canadian Province with an Arctic deep water sea port, located in Churchill, Manitoba, which borders the Hudson Bay. Manitoba's sea port is the only link along the shortest shipping route between Canada and Asia.
In 1611, Henry Hudson was one of the first Europeans to sail into what is now known as Hudson Bay. The Nonsuch ship that sailed into Hudson Bay in 1668-1669 was the first trading voyage to reach the area; it led to the formation of the Hudson's Bay Company. The Hudson's Bay Company was given the fur trading rights rights to the entire Hudson Bay watershed, covering land in what is now Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Minnesota, North Dakota, and more. This watershed was named Rupert's Land , after Prince Rupert who helped to form the Hudson's Bay Company.
Its capital and largest city of Manitoba is Winnipeg, with a population of 633,000.
Below is a list of towns and cities in Manitoba where we have provided translation services:
Lac du Bonnet
Notre Dame de Lourdes
Portage la Prairie
Saint Jean Baptiste
Saint Malot Manitoba
Saint Rose du Lac