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Moving Tips & Guides
How to Budget for a Military ...
Military moves are often surprising and expensive. Some expenses can be covered by the government, but it is best to not depend on assistance programs. Here is how to budget for a military move.
Before Your Move To-Do List
So you think you're ready to move? Not so fast! Here are 14 things that you must do before you move to ensure an easy transition.
During Your Military Move ...
A military move can be a hectic and complicated time. The Canadian Armed Forces can post you to a new base with very little notice. Here is a helpful to-do list for those who need to quickly relocate with the military.
How to Protect Furniture ...
On moving day, moving heavy furniture can be extremely stressful. Furniture is not meant to be moved too frequently and it is very easy to damage it while trying to get it out of one home, into a truck and into another home. Find out how to protect your furniture during this dangerous time.
What to Leave Behind During a ...
Some items are best left in your old home during a move. Whether they must remain to maintain the value of your old home, or if they are too cumbersome to move, the following items should stay a part of the home you're leaving.

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Awful experience with this company!
A Homart Moving & Delivery
I would not recommend anyone to this company. If you are looking for moving help, the owner Edward is a crook, quotes a maximum price over the phone, and then has the nerve to ask for more at the end of the move. He even changes the per hour pricing, because he added in an extra mover... and let me tell you the 5 movers that helped are useless and couldn't tie their own shoes without the owner approval. Pretty sad considering moving isn't that complicated of a job. First off, some of my stuff was damaged (a large picture frame, my couch was scraped damaging the leather in two areas, and also scraped the door frame of a brand new place I am renting). Secondly the owner decides that my couch won't fit through the door, so he leaves it in the lobby. What a joke! And says oh we can come back tomorrow and try to bring it up with ropes over the balcony. Nobody does that in the 21st century, so at this point I'm in a bind, but I do find someone else that was able to bring the couch through the door no problem. Not sure what this guys issue was, maybe just lazy... or incapable of seeing that you need to bring certain pieces of furniture in on an angle, because these other two guys that brought my couch in did it no problem without issue. This tells me this guy was just trying to get more money out of me, as he was requesting an additional $240 to use ropes to bring the couch over the balcony, what a clown. Awful experience!
Review by : Ryan
Posted on : 11/14/2016
Absolutely perfect
Metropolitan Movers
Simple, Fast and Inexpensive Service. They were no extra or hidden charges. The movers showed up on time and packed my furniture safely to ensure it wouldnt be damaged. The packing and unpacking was very professional and fast! I will definitely use them in the future.
Review by : Robert
Posted on : 2/10/2016
Quality Moving Services in ...
Metropolitan Movers
I got quality moving services in Vancouver from Metropolitan Movers. I was very satisfied with this movers. They were very motivated. I suggest to people out there who are moving in the future to choose a company that is the best and would fit with their needs.
Review by : Samantha
Posted on : 2/3/2016


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About British Columbia

The province of British Columbia is known for its natural beauty. Located on the west coast of Canada, BC is home to Vancouver, the third-largest metropolitan area in the country. The province also features the second-largest number of national parks in the entire country of Canada, as well as a wide variety of flora unique to BC. Some of these parks include the Khutzeymateen Provincial Park, which hosts the only grizzly bear sanctuary in the world, and the Kitlope Heritage Conversancy, which is the world's largest preserved coastal temperate rainforest.

The province's economy is heavily based on resources. BC is the westward endpoint of transcontinental railways, and it also features several major Pacific ports that make it a prime location for international trade.

British Columbia has a vast hydro-power generation capacity because of its access to fresh water. The province takes advantage of its water supply by exporting it to other Canadian provinces, as well as the United States. BC also produces and exports wood products, paper and pulp, agriculture, coal and natural gas.

As of 2013, BC boasted an estimated population of over 4.6 million people. To display how populous the Vancouver metro area is, consider this: roughly 2.5 million of British Columbia's population resides in the Greater Vancouver region.

Though the province's largest city and metro area is Vancouver, its capital happens to be Victoria. The city is the fifteenth-largest metropolitan region in Canada and was named after Queen Victoria, who originally created British Columbia as a colony.

British Columbia has a rich historical legacy spanning thousands of years. The art and culture of the native tribes and first settlers to the region formed an important basis for the province's cultural heritage. Today, BC has a very diverse population. In fact, the most common languages spoken after English are different Chinese dialects, German and Punjabi - an Indo-European language common in India and Pakistan.

The province is commonly known as a great place for recreation, as its residents are extremely active. With the great outdoors at your front door, you can't help but explore and play once in a while. There is so much to do in British Columbia - from parks to getaways and art galleries, BC is full of unique western Canadian culture.

When it comes to public transportation, BC offers several options. The province features a public bus system, as well as an automated metro system that serves the main cities of the region. There is also a rail system that connects Vancouver to Seattle, Washington in the United States. BC ports are busy with cruise ships as well, and there are several ferries that serve the area, including some to and from Washington, USA. Of course, there is always the Vancouver International Airport, which is the second-busiest airport in Canada and the second biggest international airport on the west coast of North America.

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