Our team understands the need for clarity and accuracy in our client’s communications. We work hard to remove language barriers across 220 Languages and Dialects with certified translators and interpreters who have been tested and completed the most comprehensive community interpreter training program available in Canada.

We ensure accuracy, confidentiality, and impartiality in your communication.
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Our Services


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Interpretation available​

We are committed to delivering accuracy, confidential and timely interpretation services to help you and your clients communicate effectively with your non or limited English speaking customers, clients, and employees.
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Our team of skilled translators has the knowledge and experience to provide you with translations that exceed your expectations and satisfy your needs in the business world.
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Complete your career as a community interpreter by assessing your language abilities and expanding your interpretation opportunities with your comprehensive training across Canada.
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& Professional ​ Development

Training & Professional ​Development

Access our e-learning platform to enhance your abilities as a professional interpreter and get mini-credentials that you can publish on your resume and social media!
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Work with us:

As an interpreter!

Support legal, civic, and social systems and community services.

As a volunteer!

Help us to broaden our community approach.

As staff!

Be a part of a dynamic and mission-driven team.

Our Funders:

We are thankful for your support and commitment to creating a more inclusive and safer community.

Our Donors:

Thank you for your generosity in supporting our organization.

It is with gratitude and appreciation that we acknowledge that we live on the traditional territories of the Anishinaabe, Haudenausaune, Lenaapeewak, and Attawandaron peoples, and as a resident of London, Middlesex County which is the land promised to the Chippewas of the Thames First Nation, Oneida Nation of the Thames, and Munsee Delaware Nation. Chi-miigwech