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Alberta Local Moving Companies and Relocation Services


To help you find the right moving company for your local move, has compiled a list of movers in the Alberta region. These companies offer a wide range of moving services, so you’ll be able to pick and choose based on your specific needs. Every moving company is thoroughly inspected by to make sure they are properly licensed and insured. We are dedicated to making your local move in Alberta as smooth as possible.

Where do you go from here? Simply fill out a free quote form to start receiving estimates from the best local moving companies in Alberta!

 Local Moving Companies in AB
Cold Lake
Drayton Valley
Fort McMurray
Grande Prairie
High Level
High River
Medicine Hat
Peace River
Red Deer
Rocky Mountain House
Slave Lake
Spruce Grove
Stony Plain
Sylvan Lake

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About Alberta

Located in western Canada, Alberta is the country’s fourth-most populous province. Alberta shares its western border with British Colombia, its eastern border with Saskatchewan and its northern border with the Northwest Territories. The province also borders the United States to the south, sharing a boundary line with Montana. Alberta happens to be one of two Canadian provinces that are landlocked, meaning that it borders no major body of water.

Alberta became a Canadian province with its eastern neighbor, Saskatchewan, in 1905. The province features two major cities: its capital, Edmonton, and its largest metropolitan area, Calgary. In fact, nearly 75 percent of Alberta’s population lives in an area called the Calgary-Edmonton Corridor, which refers to the railroad line that runs between the two cities. This region is the most urbanized portion of the province.

Edmonton is Canada’s northern-most major city, located near the nation’s largest oil fields. This has made the city a core part of Canada’s resource development, giving it most of the country’s oil refinery capacity. Edmonton is the fifth largest municipality in Canada, surrounded by smaller cities such as North Edmonton, West Edmonton, Beverly and Jasper Place. Edmonton is known as the “Gateway to the North” and “Canada’s Festival City” because of its prime location and reputation as a cultural juggernaut. The city features a wide range of festivals, including events for art and design, street performers, film, folk music and a 10-day summer fair called K-Days. Edmonton is also home to Canada’s largest living history museum and the biggest mall in North America.

Calgary is the third-largest municipality in Canada but the country’s fifth-largest metropolitan area. The city became the first Canadian location to host the Winter Olympics in 1988. Calgary is best known for its strong job market, like the rest of Alberta, and it is home to many companies in thriving industries. These include financial services, television and film, energy, transportation, technology and tourism. Calgary also hosts its fair share of festivals, namely a 10-day rodeo and exhibition known as the Calgary Stampede. The city also holds events highlighting folk music, stand-up comedy, film and many other ethnic-themed festivals.

Geographically, Alberta is the fourth largest province in Canada. The province features a multitude of lakes and rivers that are frequently used by residents and tourists alike – for recreational swimming, fishing and a wide variety of water sports. The largest and most popular lakes include Lake Claire, Lake Athabasca and Lesser Slave Lake. The province’s longest river empties into Lake Athabasca and is aptly named the Athabasca River, while its largest river, the Peace River, flows from British Columbia’s Rocky Mountains into a tributary of the Mackenzie River.

Alberta is a great place for sports fans, specifically the Calgary-Edmonton Corridor. Calgary is home to three professional sports teams, including the NHL’s Calgary Flames, the Stampeders of the CFL and the National Lacrosse League’s Roughnecks. Edmonton is no slouch when it comes to professional sports either – at the moment, four professional teams call the city home. This includes the Eskimos of the CFL, the NHL’s Oilers, FC Edmonton and the Rush of the National Lacrosse League.

The weather in Alberta features cold winters and warm summers, so this province is the ideal place to live an active lifestyle – especially with all of the activities available. We also suggest you check out the Edmonton International Fringe Festival in August, which is the second largest culture and arts festival in the world.

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