OTTIAQ

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OTTIAQOrdre des Traducteurs, Terminologues et Interpretes Agrees du Quebec (French: Quebec Order of Translators, Terminologists and Certified Interpreters; Quebec, Canada)
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The Association of Translators and Interpreters Ontario, CTINB, OTTIAQ, and the Society of Translators and Interpreters of British Columbia (STIBC) obtained these reserved titles after many years of work by leaders in the profession in these provinces.
Canada also has some of the oldest T&I institutions in the world: the federal Translation Bureau which plays a "lead role in terminology standardization within the Government of Canada, standardizing the vocabulary used in various areas of government activity" (Translation Bureau, 2009) was founded in 1934; the ATIO was established in 1920 and the OTTIAQ in 1940.
As part of its mandate to protect the public, OTTIAQ recommends prudence and suggests that you call on a certified translator for all your translation needs.