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Moving Tips & Guides
How to Move a Boat
Moving is an involved process and the bigger the things you have to move, the more involved it gets. Moving a boat may be one of the most difficult things you can move. Here's what to consider when moving a boat.
How to Move Trees
Some of the best parts of our properties are the natural things that grow there. When moving, you may be upset to leave a tree behind, but you don't need to be. It is possible to move trees with you to your new home! Here's how.
Commonly Prohibited Items in ...
Not everything is allowed to be placed in self storage--the following items are prohibited from being held in your storage units after a move.
What is Replacement Value ...
Replacement Value Protection is a common phrase that you'll hear when deciding how to insure your items on moving day. But what does it really mean and how does it protect you?
Things Not to Do on Moving Day
Moving day has arrived and you're stressed. This is the day you've been planning for months and it all comes down to this make-or break day. Even if you're fully prepared, you can still mess things up on this one day. Make sure you don't make the following mistakes on moving day.

 

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About New Brunswick


New Brunswick is the largest of the three Canadian Maritime Provinces. In 1867, the province, along with Ontario, Nova Scotiaand Quebec, was one of the first to join the Dominion of Canada. Fredericton is the capital of New Brunswick, and Saint John is the largest and oldest city. Other major cities include Moncton, Bathurst, Edmundston and Campbellton.

Spanning an area of 73,440 square-kilometres, the varied topography of the province is characterized by mountains (the Appalachians), plateaus and dense forests. The Saint John River divides the province from north to south, and is also known as the Rhine of North America.

New Brunswick has a combination of coastal and inland climate conditions. The month of January is generally the coldest month of the season, while July is the warmest. The highlands on the interior part of the province receive almost 1,200 millimetres of rainfall every year, particularly during the summer months.

Mining and manufacturing have contributed greatly to New Brunswick's development--in 2010 these sectors lead the province’s recovery from recession. Construction, manufacturing, wholesale trade, extraction of oil and gas, mining, transportation and warehousing sectors all constitute a major part of the provincial economy. In 2010, the province had an unemployment rate of 9.3 percent, compared to the national rate of eight percent.


 
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