The future prosperity of Nunavut depends on a successful preservation of the first people’s language, and Parenty Reitmeier has committed to helping both the private and public sectors offer their essential services to their clientele in the various Inuit languages. This includes Inuktitut (all major dialects), Inuinnaqtun and French.
The diverse sectors of the region, including education, fishing, tourism, arts and crafts, in addition to its mining industry and various government agencies, provide the territory with thousands of direct and indirect employment opportunities. By equipping members of these sectors with accurately translated documents, Parenty Reitmeier is fostering a culture of respect. We are honoured to help you build meaningful and profitable relationships, while helping to maintain an environment of corporate responsibility.
Nunavut’s economic growth is a strong indicator of how the value of translation continues to grow. Through the development of clear and accurate translation, our mission is to enhance every one of our clients’ reputations in this and many other multilingual markets.
Translation and Localization
Professional Inuit translators and language experts are carefully selected for each project based on their industry-specific expertise. This ensures that we provide the greatest cultural, technical and regulatory accuracy for each translation, regardless of its field or specialty.
Our dedicated team provides technically accurate translations for the following industries:
- Heavy Machinery
Parenty Reitmeier has successfully translated various documents and websites for many northern organizations and businesses, including but not limited to:
- Agnico Eagle Mines
- Baffinland Iron Mines Corporation
- Government of Canada
- Government of Nunavut Department of Economic Development
- Hamlet of Baker Lake
- Hamlet of Rankin Inlet
- Kivalliq Trade Show Society
Have you got a challenging project for us to take on? Contact us today! We look forward to hearing from you.
- Minerals and Metals Group
- Nunamiut Lodge Hotel
- Nunavut Business Credit Corporation
- Nunavut Power Corporation
- Office of Languages Commissioner of Nunavut
- Qulliq Energy
- Yukon College