The Wedge / Tourism

WELCOME WORLD ! “The Wedge” NOW SPEAKS YOUR LANGUAGE

The Wedge in French. Amusez-Vous!

By TheWedge.LIVE, A New Voice For East Ontario, Canada 🖤 TO SHARE click the icons at story’s end–in your language!

The world is drawn to our region of Canada, East Ontario. We are the region around and including the nation’s capital, Ottawa. Our area is shaped like an inverted 3-pointed triangle–this is why our e-magazine is called, “The Wedge.”

Three great rivers run through it: St. Lawrence River, Rideau River and Ottawa River. These are high attractions to tourists. The land is lush and dotted with idyllic villages, towns and cities–many are 200 years old. Boating, swimming and adventures are endless. Dining, entertainment and shopping are outstanding. The views are spectacular.

We see you visiting our site, so we want to make reading about this popular region easy for you–and tempt you to visit. On the right are some of our more regular virtual visitors (partial screen shot of our international visitors in descending order.)

The wedge (East Ontario) is a very friendly, welcoming region. They number 98% of our site’s visitors.

Our site now translates in Zulu and Swahili; so, Russian, Urdu, German and Italian for example are to be expected.

We feature 103 languages in our new tool on the upper right–just choose your language and every word on our site will translate. Enjoy!

NOTE: The translator sees our capitalized headings as proper names thus leaving them unchanged. We effort to capitalize all headings retroactively–it will take a few weeks.

Do not hesitate to contact us in your language for tourism information.

Our translation languages include:

  1. Afrikaans
  2. Albanian
  3. Amharic
  4. Arabic
  5. Armenian
  6. Azerbaijani
  7. Basque
  8. Belarusian
  9. Bengali
  10. Bosnian
  11. Bulgarian
  12. Catalan
  13. Cebuano
  14. Chichewa
  15. Chinese (simplified)
  16. Chinese (traditional)
  17. Corsican
  18. Croatian
  19. Czech
  20. Danish
  21. Dutch
  22. Esperanto
  23. Estonian
  24. Filipino
  25. Finnish
  26. French
  27. Frisian
  28. Galician
  29. Georgian
  30. German
  31. Greek
  32. Gujarati
  33. Haitian Creole
  34. Hausa
  35. Hawaiian
  36. Hebrew
  37. Hindi
  38. Hmong
  39. Hungarian
  40. Icelandic
  41. Igbo
  42. Indonesian
  43. Irish
  44. Italian
  45. Japanese
  46. Javanese
  47. Kannada
  48. Kazakh
  49. Khmer
  50. Korean
  51. Kurdish (Kumanji)
  52. Kyrgyz
  53. Lao
  54. Latin
  55. Latvian
  56. Lithuanian
  57. Luxembourgish
  58. Macedonian
  59. Malagasy
  60. Malay
  61. Malayalam
  62. Maltese
  63. Maori
  64. Marathi
  65. Mongolian
  66. Myanmar (Burmese)
  67. Nepali
  68. Norwegian
  69. Pashto
  70. Persian
  71. Polish
  72. Portuguese
  73. Punjabi
  74. Romanian
  75. Russian
  76. Samoan
  77. Scots (Gaelic)
  78. Serbian
  79. Sesotho
  80. Shona
  81. Sindhi
  82. Sinhala
  83. Slovak
  84. Slovenian
  85. Somali
  86. Spanish
  87. Sudanese
  88. Swahili
  89. Swedish
  90. Tajik
  91. Tamil
  92. Telugu
  93. Thai
  94. Turkish
  95. Ukrainian
  96. Urdu
  97. Uzbek
  98. Vietnamese
  99. Welsh
  100. Xhosa
  101. Yiddish
  102. Yoruba
  103. Zulu

The Wedge in Zulu

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