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Moving Tips & Guides
Adapting to New Routines
This guide will give you some helpful advice on how to establish a new routine in your new town or city after you move and how to settle in and get comfortable with your new home.
Fitting In to a New Community
This guide will help you with the transition process that typically occurs when you move to a whole new town or city and the process of adapting and adjusting to a new life in a strange new place.
How to Move in with In-Laws
Moving in with your in-laws can strike fear into any young adult's heart. Even if you're not married, moving in with your partner's parents can be a nightmare.
What to Purchase for Your New ...
The most stressful part of your move is over with, but now you need to make your new house a home. There are various items you may want or need to ease this transition for your family.
Forwarding Mail for a Move
One of the most important steps in preparing for a move is forwarding your mail so it reaches your new home. Here's how to purchase the service from the Canada Post.

Recent Moving Reviews
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Metropolitan Movers
AWESOME SERVICE! My mom is not into computer thing so let me do the review for her. She was impressed w/ the crew and the service. Said it was her greatest move ever, you don't have to instruct them because they work and work and they know what to do with the things carefully. Till next move!
Review by : Elodie
Posted on : 3/7/2014
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 4.5/5
They took care of my belongings
Emergency Moving
My move was very good. I liked their communication and how they took care of my belongings. They also offered me a ride to my new place because I didn't have one at the time. The prices were reasonable, I don't know how much it was because I didn't pay for it. I recommend them, they were good.
Review by : Brookelynn
Posted on : 3/27/2013
Compliment
 5.0/5

 

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Altona
Beausejour
Boissevain
Brandon
Carberry
Carman
Dauphin
Flin Flon
Gimli
Killarney
Lac du Bonnet
Lorette
Melita
Minnedosa
Morden
Morris
Neepawa
Niverville
Oakbank
Pinawa
Portage la Prairie
Rivers
Roblin
Russell
Selkirk
Souris
Steinbach
Stonewall
Stony Mountain
Swan River
The Pas
Thompson
Virden
Winkler
Winnipeg

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About Manitoba


Manitoba, which means "where the spirit lives,”is the most eastern province among all of the Prairie Province--and the only one with a coastline. Manitoba is bordered by Ontario on the eastern side, Saskatchewan on the west, Nunavut and the Northwest Territories to the north and the US states North Dakota and Minnesota in the south. The highest point in the province is Mount Baldy, which stands at 831 metres, and the lowest point is the sea level at Churchill.

Manitoba's climate features sunny and warm summers and bright and cold winters. Rainfall is heavy in the summer, and snow is significant in the winter. The southern regions receive around 110 to 140 centimetres of snowfall and the northeast, especially the Duck Mountains and Riding Mountains, receive the highest snowfall--amounting to about 160 centimetres annually.

Manitoba's population is about 1,245,000, with most concentrated in and around Winnipeg (which has a population of 732,600). Manitoba’s population comes from a diverse ethnic and cultural background made up of Scottish Selkirk, Aboriginal tribes, and Mennonites from Russia. Ukrainians and Germans have also historically settled here. After World War II, more people followed from Europe and recently even people from the Caribbean, South America, Africa and Asia have immigrated to the province.

Manitoba's economy is diversified and highly stable, with trade and commerce playing a vital role. Other major industries include manufacturing, agriculture, mining, and hydro-power generation, tourism, and information technology. In 2010, the unemployment rate of Manitoba was 5.4 percent--significantly lower than the national unemployment rate of 8.0 percent.


 
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