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The Association of Translators and Interpreters of Saskatchewan (ATIS) is a non-profit professional organization that was incorporated on February 11, 1980 in accordance with The Non-profit Corporations Act to promote and foster the translation and interpreting industry in the province. ATIS members work in various languages, including French, Spanish, Chinese, Cree, Japanese and American Sign Language. ATIS activities include representing Saskatchewan translators at the Canadian Translators, Terminologists and Interpreters Council (CTTIC); administering admissions and CTTIC examinations; issuing a newsletter; ensuring members abide by the Code of Ethics; and hosting workshops and training opportunities.
ATIS is governed by a Board of Directors consisting of eight officers: president, vice-president, treasurer, secretary, and four directors, including a public relations officer and two examination officers. Two general meetings are held per year: one in the spring in Regina (annual general meeting) and one in the fall in Saskatoon. The Association continues to operate (2017) from its office in Regina.