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Greenland Van Lines
The whole move process was outstanding from start to finish. To be honest it was my wife who had the idea to call and get an estimate, I was determined to do it myself. After meeting with Jim from Green Land, I felt very comfortable with the plan for the move. His guys on the loading end were nice, polite and hard working. The truck arrived to our new move site ahead of schedule and again the guys were absolutely great. Trust means a lot in the service industry and the estimated price was reduced to the actual weight (very impressed). I am in the Real Estate business and will highly recommend the services of GREEN LAND VAN LINES..
Review by : Igor
Posted on : 5/27/2013
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 5.0/5
I dont even know where to start
Amadeus Moving
Never use this company ...They have no given address and no given owner. Sometimes he calls himself Mark sometimes Adam sometimes Jeff. They are always late and have every excuse in the book. They throw your stuff around and dont handle anything with care at all. They change name and number ( which are all cell phones ) every few months. They have horrible ratings on BBB website. Once you pay them which is often 5 times what you where quoted youll never hear from them again. I wouldnt use them to move my garbage bins.
Review by : Hamid
Posted on : 7/15/2011
Compliment
 1.0/5
TOTAL SCAM AND MARK IS A TOTAL ...
Amadeus Moving
I dont even know where to start the so called boss ( Mark ) is a total weirdo i can't even explain it. Arrived late in with a beat up pick up truck and trailer. Didnt wrap anything just threw it in truck and left. Mark never showed up himself called him with concerns no answer no reply. He has like 5 defferent cell phone numbers. Never gave receipt never gave business card or insurance company info. Was told they are fully insured highly doubt that. Accept only cash no receipt offered or given. Guys are not movers and have very little experience. scratch several items. Called him after move to discuss no answer left message no reply. Do not use this company for any reason. Im telling you do it yourself or hire professionals and pay the extra.. If you have any doubts just call ( Mark ) and you'll understand everything.... They also have several other names like other reviewer wrote all overnight moving companies in my personal opinion.
Review by : Julie
Posted on : 7/14/2011
Compliment
 1.0/5

 

Professional Quebec Movers - Free Quotes and Relocation Services

 

To help you to find reliable movers Quebec, we have compiled a list of Movers in Quebec where you can avail all kinds of Moving Services & Local Moves. The Quebec Movers listed under TopMoving.ca are screened and scrutinized to ensure that you receive the 'Best Relocation Service'. The Quebec 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 Quebec Movers. You will receive free multiple moving quotes from the leading local movers in and around Quebec, QC and make your move successful, one that saves money and time simultaneously.

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Acton Vale
Alma
Amos
Amqui
Asbestos
Baie-Comeau
Baie-Saint-Paul
Beaupre
Beloeil
Berthierville
Buckingham
Chateauguay
Chibougamau
Chicoutimi
Coaticook
Cowansville
Donnacona
Drummondville
Farnham
Granby
Joliette
La Malbaie
La Pocatiere
La Sarre
La Tuque
Lachute
Lac-Megantic
Laurentides
Laval
Lavaltrie
Louiseville
Magog
Maniwaki
Marieville
Matane
Mont-Joli
Mont-Laurier
Montmagny
Montreal
Nicolet
Plessisville
Pont-Rouge
Port-Cartier
Quebec
Rawdon
Rimouski
Riviere-du-Loup
Roberval
Rouyn-Noranda
Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts
Sainte-Anne-des-Monts
Sainte-Anne-des-Plaines
Sainte-Marie
Saint-Felicien
Saint-Georges
Saint-Hyacinthe
Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu
Saint-Jerome
Saint-Jovite
Saint-Sauveur-des-Monts
Salaberry-de-Valleyfield
Sept-iles
Shawinigan
Sherbrooke
Sorel
Saint-Jean-Chrysostome
Thetford Mines
Trois-Rivieres
Val-d'Or
Victoriaville
Waterloo
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About Quebec


Quebec is the 2nd largest of all the provinces of Canada and is situated in the eastern central region of the country. The provincial capital is Quebec City and its biggest city is Montreal. It is Canada’s only province whose official language is French. Quebec has the 2nd highest provincial population only after Ontario and joined the Canadian federation on July 1st 1867.

The blue Flag is the floral symbol of Quebec, its avian emblem or bird symbol is the snowy owl, while the yellow birch has been chosen as the tree symbol for the province.

Quebec is comparatively almost thrice the area of Texas or France and has an area of 1,667,441 sq km. Quebec has land borders with other Canadian provinces of New Brunswick, Ontario, Newfoundland and Labrador. The ownership of Labrador is however disputed and is not officially recognized. The province also shares land borders with 4 north eastern US states of Maine, New Hampshire, New York and Vermont. The highest point in the province is Mont D’Iberville with an elevation of 1,622 m or 5,321 ft above sea level and lowest point is at Gulf of St. Lawrence at sea level.

Large climatic variations with different temperatures, precipitation and humidity are characteristic hallmark of the climate of Quebec. Based on the terrain, latitudes and sea effect, the climate can be classified in to 4 distinct climatic conditions. The province has humid climate with hot summers and cold winters to the south and subarctic climate between 50 – 58 latitudes. The northern reaches of the province have arctic climate. Îles-de-la-Madeleine has eastern maritime climatic conditions.

As of 2010 around 7,907,375 people reside in the province of Quebec. Most of the population is concentrated in and around Montreal which has a population of 1,692,082. Almost all of the population lives in the south part of the province along the river St. Lawrence. The population centers are also spread over the Saguenay, Gaspésie peninsula, Lac Saint-Jean and Abitibi areas.

As of 2009 Quebec’s GDP was C$303,747 billion and had the second highest GDP among all provinces of Canada. The province contributed almost 20% to the national GDP figures and ranks 28th in the world as per GDP per capita and compares favorably with countries like Italy, France and Japan. Quebec has a well developed tourism industry and over 10 million tourists visit province every year and in 2009, tourism earned over 10 billion dollars and amounted to around 3% of the provincial GDP. Quebec also has a large well developed research & development sector ranking 13th largest in the world as against national Canadian rank of 18th. From 1995 onwards the province has invested sizeable part of its GDP on research & development.

 
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