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Winnipeg-Based Translation Company Reaches Out To Canadian Organizations Working With Newcomers

Maureen Mitchells News

WINNIPEG, MB:  CanTalk, a Winnipeg-based language service centre located in the city’s historic Exchange District, is currently at the outset of a new marketing campaign.  The innovative and award-winning interpretation and translation agency is targeting organizations across Canada that work with newcomers with the intent of building meaningful, long-lasting, and mutually beneficial relationships.  


For more than twenty-five years, CanTalk has been a leader in the Canadian language services industry.  Offering immediate service 24/7 every day of the year, it currently supports upwards of two hundred languages and works with a network of more than two thousand certified interpreters and translators.  CanTalk tailors its fully integrated language services to the precise needs of its clients across a wide range of different settings and industries.  The company’s outstanding work has been recognized locally, nationally, and internationally.  


Newcomers are part of the fabric of Canada’s identity as a nation, and between 2016 and 2021, the national census recorded the highest number of recent immigrants in Canadian history.  This fact was not lost on Maureen Mitchells, the founder and owner of CanTalk, who has long understood the importance of high-quality language services within the Canadian labour force.  


“Over the years, CanTalk has partnered with clients in both profit and many not-for-profit organizations all across Canada and North America.  We understand the importance of helping newcomers adapt to the Canadian culture and new workplaces and feel truly connected,” she said, adding that CanTalk’s experience has shown that the more personal the communication, the greater the understanding across multi-ethnic lines.


For these reasons, CanTalk’s latest marketing campaign is focused on reaching out to various organizations that work with newcomers in a wide range of different capacities that could benefit from customized language support.  


The company is offering the first 150 minutes of phone language support free and looks forward to many rich, creative, and successful collaborations in the near future.  


For more information about CanTalk, its newcomer support services, and the other services it provides, visit