Thanks to our straight-forward processes and highly-trained personnel,
we deliver on time, every time.
In a highly competitive market, we pride ourselves on our 30-year history. We have grown steadily, one client at a time.
The true measure of our success: our clients never leave us.
You can rely on Textualis’ team of professional French translators to consistently deliver quality translations. Based on your industry and the nature of the material to be translated, we will select the linguists best suited to meet your needs from our team of more than 50 seasoned French translators and revisers.
The majority of our work consists of English to French translation. All members of our team have a complete command of the English language, with all its nuances and idioms.
Should you require a certified translation, we have many French translators on staff who are certified French translators in Quebec (OTTIAQ), Ontario (ATIO), and the U.S. (ATA).
In Canada, translations into French are primarily intended for the province of Quebec. Historically, there has always been strong social pressure in the province to protect the French language. Consequently, the level of quality of French translation must be higher than in most markets. While certain translation errors or omissions might go unnoticed in other regions, in Canada they will be quickly spotted and possibly even reported to the media. Therefore, to protect your brand, it is strongly recommended that you have your material translated by French translators from Quebec who are familiar with this demanding market.
The Province of Quebec has very precise and intricate legislation governing the use of language by public organizations. The Charter of the French Language, often referred to as "Bill 101", is the cornerstone of these regulations, and a number of agencies and measures are in place to enforce it. It applies not only to public material but also to internal documents and content used by your employees located in Quebec. At Textualis, we can help you comply with regulations and work with the government in this area.