ALBERTA TRANSLATION SERVICE -- ALBERTA FREELANCE TRANSLATORS
CILFO Translations provides translation services to a variety of Alberta organizations. We also have freelance translators who may be operating from a Alberta base that service clients located throughout North America.
Alberta Language Demographics: Why Multilingual Communications Are Important
Population: 3,724,832 (estimate @ 2009)
Languages Spoken: English (official)
The 2006 census found that English, with 2,576,670 native speakers, was the most common mother tongue of Albertans, representing 79.99% of the province's population. The next most common mother tongues were various Chinese languages with 97,275 native speakers (3.02%), followed by German with 84,505 nativespeakers (2.62%) and French with 61,225 (1.90%).
Other mother tongues (in decreasing order) include: Punjabi, with 36,320 native speakers (1.13%); Tagalog, with 29,740 (0.92%); Ukrainian, with 29,455 (0.91%); Spanish, with 29,125 (0.90%); Polish, with 21,990 (0.68%); Arabic, with 20,495 (0.64%); Dutch, with 19,980 (0.62%); and Vietnamese, with 19,350 (0.60%). The most common aboriginal language is Cree 17,215 (0.53%). Other common mother tongues include Italian with 13,095 speakers (0.41%); Urdu with 11,275 (0.35%); and Korean with 10,845 (0.33%); then Hindi 8,985 (0.28%); Persian 7,700 (0.24%); Portuguese 7,205 (0.22%); and Hungarian 6,770 (0.21%). (Figures shown are for the number of single language responses and the percentage of total single-language responses.)
Alberta's population came from many countries, most in Northern and Central Europe. The province has considerable ethnic diversity. In line with the rest of Canada, many immigrants originated from England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales, but large numbers also came from other parts of Europe, notably Germans, French, Ukrainians and Scandinavians. According to Statistics Canada, Alberta is home to the second highest proportion (two percent) of Francophones in western Canada (after Manitoba). Despite this, relatively few Albertans claim French as their mother tongue. Many of Alberta's French-speaking residents live in the central and northwestern regions of the province.
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We provide freelance document translation services to an Alberta city near you.
Full details available on this website for the following cities:
Other Alberta communities served include: Airdrie ·
Big Lakes ·
Black Diamond ·
Bon Accord ·
Bow Island ·
Bragg Creek ·
Cold Lake ·
Crowsnest Pass ·
Drayton Valley ·
Elk Point ·
Evansburg · Fairview ·
Fort Macleod ·
Fort McMurray ·
Fort Saskatchawen ·
Fort Vermilion ·
Fox Creek ·
Grand Centre ·
Grande Cache ·
Grande Prairie ·
High Level ·
High Prairie ·
High River ·
Lac La Biche ·
Lake Louise ·
Medicine Hat ·
Milk River ·
Peace River ·
Picture Butte ·
Pincher Creek ·
Red Deer ·
Rocky Mountain House ·
Saint Albert ·
Saint Paul ·
Sherwood Park ·
Slave Lake ·
Smoky Lake ·
Spirit River ·
Spruce Grove ·
Stony Plain ·
Swan Hills ·
Sylvan Lake ·
Three Hills ·
Turner Valley ·
Two Hills ·
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We assist Alberta oil and gas companies and oil and gas field services organizations with sector-specific
documentation (or otherwise) that is written in a foreign language and requires accurate translation into English, French or Spanish. The Oil and Gas sector covers a wide spectrum of topics and our translation services encompass all of them, including documentation related to: crude oil exploration; hydrocarbons; natural gas; research and development (R&D); petrochemicals and derivative chemicals (see also: Chemicals & Fertilizers Translation).
Our translation service extends to documentation related to refining processes and refined products also known as petroleum distillation and
petroleum distillates: diesel fuel aka petrodiesel, fuel oils, ethane, gasoline aka petrol, jet fuel, kerosene, liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), liquefied natural gas (LNG)); non-hydrocarbons, i.e. derivative products: alkenes (olefins), lubricants (light machine oils, motor oils, and greases), wax (used in frozen food packaging), sulfur or sulfuric acid, bulk tar, asphalt, petroleum coke, paraffin wax and aromatic petrochemicals.
Other than oil & gas sector technical topics, we assist Calgary organizations with a wide range of technical document translations in a variety of
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