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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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Moving Companies in Manitoba and Relocation Services


With the multiple listings of Moving Companies Manitoba, we help you to make a correct choice in hiring the Moving Company for your upcoming move. We screen all Manitoba Moving Companies in each and every area of Manitoba to ensure a successful move for you. Moving Companies in Manitoba, MB listed with us are Licensed, insured and dedicated to provide the best of Moving Services and guarantee the customers' satisfaction. We also provide the moving solutions that help your move from Manitoba go smoothly.

The Manitoba Moving Companies provide you with plenty of moving tips, packing guides and other Moving Services to help you through your Manitoba move. Make the most use of our website to ensure an easy move and reduce stress during Packing and Moving. The teams of such Professional Moving Companies Manitoba, MB are experienced in their relevant fields and can help you through every aspect of your move.

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About Manitoba

Manitoba is well known for its beautiful landscapes, rich bio diversity and its friendly people. The province is also called “Key Stone Province”. Manitoba joined the Canadian federation on July 15, 1870 and was the fifth province to join the federation. Around 48% of the province’s land area is covered by forests. The south side of the province is dominated by the tallgrass prairie and is well known for Western Prairie Fringed Orchids which are endangered in nature. Manitoba is especially known for its large polar bear population; in fact Churchill is called the "Polar Bear Capital".

In the year 2009 Manitoba employed around 607,000 people. Government and other institutions funded by the government are the major employers in the province. They include services like hospitals and universities and other education services. Important employers in private sector include The Great-West Life Assurance Company, Cargill Ltd., and James Richardson and Sons Ltd. Environmental services, tourism-cultural industries and manufacturing sectors also continue to employ a large number of people.

Major provincial exported products include metals and minerals, processed foods, vehicles and transport equipment, machinery, electrical energy, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, plastics and paper products. In 2010, Manitoba managed to export CAD $10.3 billion worth goods and services. Agricultural products like canola, wheat, hogs, cattle, dairy products, oats, poultry, eggs, barley, and flaxseed are also produced and exported as per the demand.

Manitoba’s electric power rates are the lowest in the North American continent. The province also has low business operating costs, the secret to which lies with its low cost of living. Every vital service from auto insurance and tuition in the college to electricity power rates and prices of homes is offered at lowest prices in the whole Canada. These advantages are further augmented by the fact that the province has comparatively higher income levels. Manitoba’s clean atmosphere and beautiful natural parks both combine to offer terrific living standards.

The province offers one of the healthiest living environments in the whole of Canada. In 2011 Manitoba spent 329.2 million dollars on health care as against 278.5 million in the year 2010. The ability to face any health emergencies are further strengthened by the province’s New Public Health Act which is in force since 2009.

It is mandatory for every child between the age of 7-14 to get education since 1916. This was ensured according to a legislation passed in the year 1916. Later school leaving age was further raised to 16 years of age in the year 1962. All the public schools in the region come under the jurisdiction of one of the 37 school divisions. These public schools have provincially approved curriculum taught in English or French. Manitoba had 65 independent schools and 5 universities of which 4 are situated in Winnipeg. The University of Manitoba is the largest of these universities. The fifth of these universities is the Collège universitaire de Saint-Boniface and is the only French university in province.

The residents of Manitoba like to spend their income on a large variety of entertainment and cultural activities. The residents of the province can take delight in over 100 festivals local to Manitoba. Entire Canada’s biggest folk music festival is organized in the province. Residents can enjoy the carnival festival which is the biggest in western Canada. The highly acclaimed and internationally reputed Royal Winnipeg Ballet, Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra and Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre are the core of performing arts in the province and regularly have classical shows.

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