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You can also learn more about the moving process by reading our helpful moving guides and watching our educational moving videos.

Moving Tips & Guides
How to Move With Kids
Kids have a way of always coming first. Moving with children is no different. You must consider your children's needs and make sure they are safe, prepared, and as happy as possible during a move. Here is how to to it.
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After you're all moved in to your new home, give it a personal touch by adding artwork. Buy a few pieces that are within your budget, or get creative and make your own!
What is a Moving Consultant?
During the confusion of moving you hear a lot of terms thrown about. Brokers? Agents? Movers? How about moving consultants? What is a moving consultant and what can you expect one to do for you?
Tips For Hiring a Packing ...
Before your move, it is important to pack up your home correctly so your belongings are not damaged or lost in transit. Most moving companies provide a packing service at an added cost.
Moving From a Big City to a ...
Moving from a big city to a suburb can be a culture shock but many people see the benefits of having more space for less money and less traffic.

Recent Moving Reviews
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Beanland Moving Ltd.
They were quick, prompt, courteous and delivered everything on time. The pricing was great.
Review by : Crystal
Posted on : 10/9/2014
Compliment
 4.8/5

 

Finding Local Newfoundland and Labrador Movers

 

TopMoving.ca seeks to help customers find reliable local movers in Newfoundland and Labrador. All the movers in our network are screened and scrutinized to ensure that you get the best movers for the job. This screening process includes confirming our companies are registered local movers who can promise you a stress-free moving experience.

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Bay Roberts
Bishop's Falls
Bonavista
Botwood
Burgeo
Carbonear
Channel-Port aux Basques
Conception Bay South
Corner Brook
Deer Lake
Dunville
Fortune
Gambo
Gander
Goulds
Grand Bank
Happy Valley-Goose Bay
Harbour Breton
Hant's Harbour
Labrador City
Lewisporte
Marystown
Mount Pearl
Musgrave Harbour
Pasadena
Springdale
St Johns
Stephenville
Stephenville Crossing

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About Newfoundland And Labrador


The Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador consists of two areas -- the island of Newfoundland and the mainland of Labrador -- both of which are situated in the most easterly region of Canada. Ninety-two percent of the population lives on the island of Newfoundland, which is made up of one main island and a few smaller ones. Forty percent of these citizens reside in the capital city, St. John’s.

Despite being dubbed Newfoundland and Labrador, the areas are referred to as distinct locations.

While the majority of the population speaks English (97 percent), Newfoundland is also home to unique language variations, including French, Irish and Beothuk. In Labrador, dialects spoken include Innu-aimun and Inukitut.

Historically, Newfoundland remained a colony of the United Kingdom, until 1907 when it acquired Dominion status. In 1927, Labrador was officially named a part of Newfoundland, after fighting over the land with Quebec since the 1800s.

Due to this long history, Newfoundland and Labrador are fonder of soccer and rugby than other provinces in Canada and have never hosted an American or Canadian football game.


 
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