The evolution of Canadian languages an analysis of interpreting certifications in Canada
Along with the establishment of the Dominion of Canada in 1867, came the recognition of equal status of both the English and French languages in the Canadian Parliament. Since those days, there have been a great many debates regarding language access. These sometimes heated debates which carry on to today, have led to a greater recognition of the need for language access for Canada’s Aboriginal Peoples and newly-arrived immigrants.
Our report focuses on this rich multicultural and multilingual history which gave rise to the standardization of interpreting services in the Great White North.
Information contained in this report
- Official languages of Canada
- Canada’s Aboriginal languages
- Immigration to Canada and its effect on language access
- Community interpreting: A unique definition
- Case study: Ontario
- Canadian Translators, Terminologists, and Interpreters Council
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