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First, complete the easy-to-use quote form that you see at the top of the page. Don’t forget to include all of the necessary information like the type of move you are looking for and your postal code. Then, simply hit the “Get Quotes” button to receive your free quotes.
Right away, you’ll be sent a list of the top licensed and insured professional moving companies that can service your move to or from British Columbia.
From this list, you can choose any of the moving companies to contact for free moving quotes, and then you can compare these estimates to find the best rate and the best deal for you.
While you’re here, you can also learn more about the moving process and everything you need to know about your upcoming move by reading our helpful moving guides and watching our educational moving videos.

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Recent Moving Reviews
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Accent Moving & Storage
I called Accent Movers for a quote. The estimator came out and gave us a flat rate quote for $850 + TAX and that's what I paid. The crew showed up on time and nothing was damaged. They presented me with the bill and I paid it. They were the only company that offered me a flat rate so that's why I chose them. I highly recommend these guys to anyone. Best move ever! My hat is off to Wes and his crew!
Review by : Marnie
Posted on : 8/20/2014
Compliment
 5.0/5
Good moving experience
A Homart Moving & Delivery
Recently I moved from Port Coquitlam, British Columbia. They sub-contracted to another fellow who I don't know the name of his company. My moving experience was good. They were efficient and well prepared for the move. It was just a three hour interval, just a short-term move, so it was done well. The prices were reasonable and it was on an hourly basis. I would recommend them.
Review by : Jonathan
Posted on : 2/28/2013
Compliment
 4.8/5
Service exceeded our expectations
Across Canada Van Lines
Your delivery was done especially well, just the way you guys told me, you guys were gonna deliver the stuff within 15 days but it was done within 10 days, so that was pretty good. Everything was alright, it was awesome. Whatever you guys told us would be done, was actually done. There were no excuses or anything else that we could complain about. I was thinking that the price shouldn't have been so much. It was a bit more than I expected. I would recommend this company because sometimes people don't believe in new companies. We got experience with you so obviously we would refer you guys.
Review by : Harvinnder
Posted on : 2/28/2013
Compliment
 5.0/5

 

Professional British Columbia Movers - Free Quotes and Relocation Services

 

To help you to find reliable movers British Columbia, we have compiled a list of Movers in British Columbia where you can avail all kinds of Moving Services & Local Moves. The British Columbia Movers listed under TopMoving.ca are screened and scrutinized to ensure that you receive the 'Best Relocation Service'. The British Columbia Local Movers are registered and provide satisfactory services to the best of our knowledge.

So What Next? Simply fill the Quote Form, and get connected to the top British Columbia Movers. You will receive free multiple moving quotes from the leading local movers in and around British Columbia, BC and make your move successful, one that saves money and time simultaneously.

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Abbotsford
Armstrong
Campbell River
Castlegar
Chilliwack
Coquitlam
Courtenay
Cranbrook
Creston
Dawson Creek
Delta
Duncan
Fernie
Fort Nelson
Gibsons
Grand Forks
Hope
Kamloops
Kelowna
Kimberley
Kitimat
Ladysmith
Logan Lake
Maple Ridge
Mackenzie
Merritt
Nanaimo
Nelson
New Westminster
Oliver
Osoyoos
Parksville
Penticton
Port Alberni
Port Coquitlam
Powell River
Prince George
Prince Rupert
Quesnel
Revelstoke
Richmond
Salmon Arm
Sechelt
Smithers
Sooke
Squamish
Summerland
Surrey
Terrace
Trail
Vancouver
Vernon
Victoria
Whistler
White Rock
Williams Lake

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About British Columbia


British Columbia is the 3rd largest and most western province of Canada and is greater in size than any of the U.s states except Alaska. The provincial capital of British Columbia is Victoria which is located on the Vancouver Island. British Columbia became the part of the Canadian federation on July 20, 1871. Vancouver is the largest provincial city and is also the 3rd largest metropolitan area of Canada.

For the province of British Columbia the Spirit Bear is the provincial mammal, Pacific dogwood is the provincial flower and Steller’s jay, the provincial bird. While jade is the provincial gemstone, the western red cedar is the provincial tree.

The province of British Columbia covers an area of 944,735km.sq. The province shares its borders with the US states of Washington, Idaho and Montana on its southern side. While the province of Alberta lies to the east, Yukon and Northwest Territories are situated in the north. The province has a huge coastline of around 7,022-kilometres. The unique characteristic of the provincial topography is its variation. The terrain while mostly being full of mountains also has large areas of lowlands and plateaus. The highest point in the province is Fairweather Mountain standing at 4,663m or 15,299ft, while its lowest point is Pacific Ocean at sea level.

The provincial climate of British Columbia varies from being marine climate to continental; it is greatly influenced by the westerly winds, the warm waters of Pacific Ocean, the mountain terrain and finally affected by the northern location of the province itself. The costal belt receives great rainfall and experiences longest frost free seasons in Canada. The climate while being continental in the interior parts of the province is driest and warmest in the interior south.

The population of British Columbia is estimated to be about 4.5 million and is growing every year. As of July 1st 2009 the population of province forms almost 13.2% of Canada’s entire population. The population density of province is about 4.7 per sq km. Majority of the population is aged between 42-60 years while the median age stands at 40.7 years respectively. The population traditionally is composed of people from European origin though in the last few years people from Asia and Middle East have also migrated here. The province is Canada’s third most populated after Quebec and Ontario with population mostly concentrated in and around cities of Vancouver and Victoria.

The provincial economy of British Columbia relies heavily on the real estate, insurance and financial sectors and they constitute almost 25% of its GDP. Other notable sectors that also contribute to the provincial economy are retail trade, transportation, warehousing and health care. As of 2009, the provincial GDP was pegged at 191,006 million at market prices. Due to its long coast line, the province has a fledging shipping industry. Tourism also forms an important part of the local economy and contributes considerably to its income.

 
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