For a lot of people, a quick move across town can be accomplished with the help of a few friends and a pickup truck. Yet, others recognize the value that a moving company can offer and elect to leave it to the professionals. While both options have their merits, what’s largely not up for debate, is the
Dating back to the 17th Century, the ramparts of Quebec City are the only fortified city wall structures north of Mexico that remain intact in all of North America. But don’t let the fact that a wall encircles parts of the town fool you; the Quebec province’s capital city is one of the
We looked at over 1450 moves in 2020 to create this report on where Canadians are moving. The overwhelming trend was people leaving densely populated cities for lesser-known and lesser-populated cities. This report looks at what provinces and cities saw the biggest growth (in recorded moves) and which saw the most moves out of their respective areas.
We know that home is where the heart is, but moving into a new home can also be a major stress source. In fact, more than 13% of those who participated in a 2,000-person survey said moving is more stressful than a week in jail. While that seems extreme, the idea of
So, you’ve decided to leave The Big Smoke for Gastown, The Six for Rain City, T-Dot for Terminal City. You aren’t alone. Thousands of people decide each year to move to Vancouver—not just from Toronto, but across Canada and the world.
And the reasons why are plentiful—there’s the natural beauty and scenic landscapes of the North
Few things are more exciting than a fresh start. There’s just something incredibly inspiring and charming about packing up your belongings in search of a new adventure. And for Canadians bouncing from one province to another, there are plenty of reasons to get up and go. While each province offers its own unique flavor—whether it’s an abundance