| Mississauga boasts one of the largest corporate/financial districts in Canada with major international
companies having their Canadian headquarters located in the region including Hewlett-Packard, Microsoft, Pepsico, General Electric, Heidelberger
Druckmaschinen, Fujitsu and Wal-Mart Canada, among many other Fortune 500 companies. Other employers include: Menu Foods, a cat and dog food
manufacturer, that is headquartered in the Streetsville area of Mississauga; Air Georgian, a regional airline, is also headquartered in Mississauga; and, Air
Canada Jazz operates a regional office in the city.
Technical documents can be found in a very wide range of subjects: financial statements, evaluation reports, IT manuals, healthcare services policy papers,
conference proceedings, marketing material, multimedia content, transcripts, narratives, technical bulletins, newsletters, transcripts, employment
contracts, human resources policies & procedures, benefits brochures... The list is endless. Technically challenging translation assignments are found in all
sectors and practices. Such documents go beyond the baseline skills of having to be an outstanding writer or linguist. We make it our business to secure
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See also: Mississauga Translation Services Website
Mississauga is one of the most linguistically diverse cities in Canada. The 2006 census found that English was spoken as mother tongue by 49.3% of the population.
The next most common languages were the Chinese languages
(5.5%), Urdu (4.6%), Polish (4.4%), Punjabi (3.6%), Portuguese (2.8%), Tagalog (2.7%), Arabic (2.6%), Italian (2.5%) and Spanish (2.1%). French, one of Canada's two official languages is in 13th position
behind English as the declared mother tongue of 1.18% of the population of Mississauga, falling behind Vietnamese (1.56%), Tamil (1.51%) and Hindi (1.27%).