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Metropolitan Movers
We have used this company for our every move and they are just fantastic!! They were fast and careful with moving my furniture. I will totally recommend this company to anyone I know that need a great moving company.
Review by : William
Posted on : 1/10/2016
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Beanland Moving Ltd.
Excellent service. Had many military moves in my career and this was by far the best moving company. Movers were professional, on time and quote was within range I will definitely recommend Beanland Moving to family and friends if needed
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Posted on : 3/18/2015
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Olds Moving
They were very careful and took care of all our stuff and our walls and bannisters in both locations. The only bad thing I would have to say about them was they were a little bit slow. But I'll take slow over fast in that case. But I was quite happy with how it turned out, I'd rather they be slow and safe.
Review by : John
Posted on : 10/9/2014


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About Alberta

Located on the western side of the country, Alberta is Canada's fourth largest province, at 661,848 square kilometres. It borders British Colombia and Saskatchewan as well as the Northwest Territories and the U.S. state Montana to the south.

Alberta's capital city of Edmonton is located in the center of the province and is the most northern major city in Canada. Edmonton also serves as a hub for resource development in Canada. The largest city in Alberta is Calgary, located approximately 280 kilometres south of Edmonton.

Alberta is well-connected by air, with international airports in both Edmonton and Calgary. The province also has extensive public transit systems -- the Alberta Prairie Railway Excursions is a popular tourist attraction catering to thousands of tourists per year.

For those outside the cities, the province offers a wide variety of picturesque terrains to enjoy. There are approximately 600 lakes and 245 rivers throughout Alberta. With its business friendly policies and tax structure, Alberta attracts around 82,000 new residents every year.

In December 2014, the unemployment rate was 4.7 percent in Alberta. Full-time employment increased by 6,200 and part-time employment increased by 2,200 from the previous month.

The industries with the most employment increases in December 2014 were construction, forestry, fishing, mining, quarrying, oil and gas, transportation and warehousing, and culture and recreation.

Alberta primarily produces oil, gas and biomass and even wind energy. Coal mining is an important activity and mineral extraction is an important sector. Agriculture and agro based food products are also widely produced. Production of machinery and equipment, electronics and software are also major industries in Alberta.

People of Alberta also have access to a funded health care system which is publicly administered and guarantees universal healthcare access to all. Most services are covered under the Alberta Health Care Insurance Plan (AHCIP), however, some services are not covered and payment is required.

In Alberta education is free for children and young people under the age of 20 who are enrolled in grades one to 12. By law, children living in Alberta must attend school from ages six to 16. Most children attend public, separate, francophone or charter schools that are part of Alberta's public school system.

Alberta has a very colorful arts and cultural landscape. There are about 68 major festivals in Alberta which attract approximately two million visitors a year.

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