EN-Inuktituk anyone?
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CLS Lexi-tech
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May 1, 2002

I just realized that Inuktituk is not listed in the languages of Proz.com. Not that we get gazillions of words into it or out of it. Still is one of the native languages of Canada.

I am having a very hard time finding anybody working in this language pair.

Let me know if you know anybody.



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Werner George Patels, M.A., C.Tran.(ATIO)
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The Arctic College (School of Translators) May 1, 2002

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On 2002-05-01 01:47, ludovici wrote:

I just realized that Inuktituk is not listed in the languages of Proz.com. Not that we get gazillions of words into it or out of it. Still is one of the native languages of Canada.

I am having a very hard time finding anybody working in this language pair.

Let me know if you know anybody.



thanks



paola l m







A couple of years back, I attended a conference on community interpreting (organized by the Ontario Ministry of Citizenship at the time - I think it was in 1995 or so). I remember one highly interesting presentation by 2 professors from the Arctic College on their, at the time, relatively new translation program in Inuktitut. I am sure that they would be able to find a couple of translators for you.



Let me see if I can find some more information.

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Werner George Patels, M.A., C.Tran.(ATIO)
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Here's more May 1, 2002

The website for the college is:

http://www.nac.nu.ca/



For more information on Inuktitut:



http://www.omniglot.com/writing/inuktitut.htm

(includes fonts, etc.)



And here\'s the résumé of a translator/terminologist:

http://www.tamas.com/tamalik/resume.html



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Thank you, Werner May 1, 2002

Total Respect

(to borrow a phrase from Derek Smith, EN-IT participant, well known for his innovative salutations)

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