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These are pros and cons of small moves, which are partially DIY, in contrast to full service moves where for a hefty price, movers take responsibility for most of the move.
Comparing Storage Unit Pricing
Before or after a move, you may need to invest in storage for some of your items that either can't make the trip or can't be put in your new home. You need to consider what the cheapest storage option is to make your move affordable.
How to Move a Mobile Home
Mobile homes are not nearly as mobile as their name implies. Moving a mobile home can be quite an involved process and if it is done incorrectly, the entire home could be destroyed. Here is how to move a mobile home.
Keeping in Touch with Friends ...
Moving away from your friends doesn't mean those relationships need to end. Luckily, we live in the twenty-first century, so there are plenty of ways to keep in touch with friends after your move!

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My move was very good. I liked their communication and how they took care of my belongings. They also offered me a ride to my new place because I didn't have one at the time. The prices were reasonable, I don't know how much it was because I didn't pay for it. I recommend them, they were good.
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Manitoba Moving Companies and Relocation Services offers customers moving solutions for all variety of moves. If you are planning a local move or long distance move to, from or within Manitoba, you've come to the right place! Each and every company in our network undergoes a thorough inspection process, which requires proof of the moving companies insurance and licensing. The team, as well as our professional moving network, is dedicated to making your MB move stress-free!

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About Manitoba

Known for its beautiful landscapes, diversity and friendly people, Manitoba joined the Canadian federation in 1870 as the fifth province. The region is sometimes called "the Keystone Province," first attributed to Governor General Lord Dufferin in 1877 when he described Manitoba as "the keystone of that mighty arch of sister provinces which spans the continent from the Atlantic to the Pacific."

Nearly 48 percent of Manitoba's land area is covered by forests, and the province features thousands of lakes and many rivers. Of the 110,000 lakes or so, Lake Winnipeg is the largest; in fact, it's the tenth-largest freshwater lake in the world. The city of Churchill is known as the "Polar Bear Capital" because of its large polar bear population. This also happens to be a busy tourist attraction, especially for beluga whale watchers. You can't miss out on the natural beauty and wildlife while in Manitoba!

More than half of Manitoba's population resides in Winnipeg, the province's capital and largest city. Winnipeg is the eighth-largest metropolitan area in Canada, and is home to four of Manitoba's five universities and all three of the province's professional sports teams: the Blue Bombers of the CFL, the NHL's Winnipeg Jets and the Winnipeg Goldeyes baseball club.

Geographically, Manitoba borders several Canadian provinces and territories. Ontario is located to the east and Saskatchewan to the west, with the territory of Nunavut and the Northwest Territories to the north. Manitoba also borders the United States to the south - both North Dakota and Minnesota are just a two-hour drive away!

The province's climate is considered an extreme continental climate. This means that the mostly flat ground and lack of significant bodies of water nearby combine to cause varying temperatures throughout Manitoba. For example, the northern portion experiences colder temperatures and less precipitation than the south. Since the south's landscape is so open and flat, it can get very windy and snowy during the winter. However, its humidity makes it a more prime location for Manitoba's agriculture industry. In fact, the southeastern part of the province hosts most of its agriculture because the southwest is drier and more prone to droughts.

Manitoba's economy is considered moderately strong and relies heavily on natural resources. The province's most vital industries include agriculture, tourism, energy production and forestry. Government and government-funded institutions make up Manitoba's largest employers, consisting largely of universities and hospitals.

Manitoba's biggest and most inclusive university is the University of Manitoba. The province also features the University of Winnipeg, Brandon University and two others.

One of the most underrated aspects of Manitoba is its wonderful culture. The province has various cultural activities and locations, such as ballet, orchestra concerts and the opera. There is also the Winnipeg Art Gallery, or more colloquially known as the "WAG." If you enjoy folk music, then you will not want to miss the Winnipeg Folk Festival, which takes place at Birds Hill Provincial Park and hosts over 70 artists from around the world. Be a part of Manitoba's largest festival, with an annual attendance of about 80,000 people - and growing!

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