MOSAIC’s Interpretation and Translation Services Wins Canadian Lawyer Readers’ Choice Award

We are very pleased to announce that MOSAIC Interpretation and Translation Services has won the Canadian Lawyer Readers’ Choice Award as one of the best in the country in the area of interpretation and translation.

Every year, Canadian Lawyer nominates companies that have demonstrated outstanding performance and service to their customers.

The nominations are advertised to the readers and only law firms that are users of these services can cast their votes in favour of one of the nominees. This year, readers from across the country cast nearly 37,000 votes in total. According to the magazine, this is an unprecedented level of engagement, and an incredible endorsement of the work we do.

This award speaks to our commitment to excellence and continued success of one of the oldest social enterprises in BC. In over 30 years of its existence, MOSAIC Interpretation and Translation Services has always been a leader in its field, a vocal advocate for equal access to language services and a strong supporter of the protection and advancement of the profession. MOSAIC’s translations welcome people in their languages at the airport, hospitals and government offices, while MOSAIC’s interpreters help people every single day in their efforts to find jobs, attend medical appointments or simply exercise their civic rights.

And last but definitely not the least, this award is also a credit to the endless devotion and tireless work of the staff of nine who are always ready to put their knowledge and skills to work to help each and every client who needs interpretation or translation services.


With the most sophisticated request-processing, word-processing and formatting technologies, cross-platform capabilities, and communications software and hardware available, and over 300 qualified, accredited and/or certified foreign-language professionals, we are one of British Columbia’s and Canada’s top single source language services providers to both the public and private sectors. To learn more, please visit mosaicbc-lsp.org.