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Northwest Territories Moving Companies and Relocation Services

 

TopMoving.ca's goal is to provide users with moving solutions for all varieties of moves. Whether you're moving to, from or within the Northwest Territories, we've got you covered. Each moving company in our network must pass a thorough inspection, during which they prove they are licensed and insured. The TopMoving.ca team, along with our professional moving network, is dedicated to making the most out of your NT move.

On this site, you have access to a multitude of tools, including moving tips, packing guides and user reviews of movers in the NT area. Be sure to use TopMoving.ca to its full potential - our wide variety of tools and resources can make your relocation easy and stress-free! With years of experience in the industry, our moving companies in Northwest Territories can facilitate the entire moving process from beginning to end.

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About Northwest Territories


The Northwest Territories became a part of the Canadian Confederation in 1870, but its borders were updated in 1999 to create the territory of Nunavut. It shares its eastern border with Nunavut and its western border with Yukon, while several provinces share borders to the south. This includes British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan.

The Northwest Territories possess the largest population of any territory in northern Canada. Since 1967, Yellowknife has been its capital - after all, it is the territory's largest metropolitan area. Located north of Great Slave Lake, Yellowknife accounts for a little less than half of the Northwest Territories' population. The city's climate is considered subarctic, and it doesn't get much precipitation because of the mountain ranges to the west. During the winter, you may only see about five hours of daylight and the temperatures can drop as low as -30 degrees Celsius. During the summer, daylight hours can reach twenty and the temperatures can climb to about 20 degrees Celsius.

Since Yellowknife is the largest city in the Northwest Territories, it is the hotspot for industries like mining, transportation, education, communications, government and of course, tourism. The city's economic growth originally resulted from gold mining, but then it turned into a hub government activity. Now, with the more recent diamond boom, mining has made a comeback in the area.

Yellowknife is home to the Yellowknife Airport, which is the busiest airport in northern Canada. The city also features the only public transit system in the Northwest Territories, and one of the most famous streets in the region: Ragged Ass Road. There is also Jolliffe Island, which sits in Yellowknife Bay and is surrounded by an entire community of houseboats, perhaps filled with residents trying to live "off the grid."

One of the Northwest Territories' most significant geographical features is Great Bear Lake, which is the largest lake that sits entirely within Canada. The highest point in NT is - perhaps aptly named - Mount Nirvana, part of the Backbone Ranges in the Mackenzie Mountains. Its peak overlooks the Yukon border at an elevation of about 2,773 meters!

A large part of the Northwest Territories' culture is the Dene people, who have occupied the region since its beginnings. The Dene value what they call "traditional knowledge," which includes getting in touch with nature. For example, they believe you should learn the ways of the animals, as well as the different ways plants can benefit you. The Dene have always been interested in individuals and their stories - is the Northwest Territories the next chapter in yours?



 
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