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Moving to Saint John, from Montreal


Important information that you must to know before to move from Montreal to Saint John. Saint John, New Brunswick also known as Ville de Saint Jean in French is the largest city in the province of New Brunswick. The city is found at the mouth of the St. John River and along the north shore of the Bay of Fundy. Currently Saint John has an approximate population of 72 000 with the majority of the population speaking English as a first language, however many in Saint John speak both French and English conformably, making the city very bilingual and an advantage for those who may plan on moving from Montreal to Saint John.

Planning and executing a long distance move from Montreal to Saint John can be accomplished with enough planning and budgeting ensuring a successful move is achieved without disappointment. Areas that need to be examined, is the distance, driving time and if the Montréal movers you select for this transition to a new province is up to the daunting task. Geographically speaking Montreal is located approximately 914 kilometers from Saint John, however if you or the moving company have the ability to travel through the United States of America, your trip could shave two hours and 200 kilometers, researching which route that will best suit your situation will always ensure no disappointments come up. For those who plan to travel within national boundaries of Canada, you would travel along the Autoroute 20 East, until taking exit 499 for Trans Canada Highway/Autoroute 85/ toward Notre-Dame-du-Lac/Cabano/Degelis/Edmundston/QC-185/NewBrunswick. Once crossing provincial boarders into New Brunswick, your highway will change names to NB-2East. Take exit 306 to merge onto NB-7 South toward Saint John. Merge onto Nb-1 East, which is a partial toll road, and take the exit toward Saint John Centre. Merge onto Main Street/NB-100 East and continue onto St Patrick Street. You have now entered the city of Saint John. Equipping your long distance move with local road maps or a portable GPS system will always ensure no mistakes are made in transit. During your move from Montreal, you will pass a number of cities such as Drummondville, Quebec City, Saint-Pascal, Rivere-du-Loup, Cabanc, Limestone, Fort Fairfield, Woodstock, Geary, Wellsford, and Grand Bay-Westfield until making it to the city of Saint John.  

Saint John is a city of neighborhoods, South Central Peninsula is primarily known on the east side of the harbor and opposite on the west side. Much of this area is where the original city was created. Many people who have lived in the area never refer to this area as “downtown” because it’s more situated on a hill. The North End is the area north of Highway 1 from the South Central Peninsula. North End is full or urban residential housing, which some have been built in the last decades, however there are many homes that are still standing in North end from the 19th century. East Side is considered the largest of the suburban sprawl in the area found just south of Highway 1. The west side is the last area of St John that primarily splits into smaller communities that have been apart of many amalgamations as far back as 1967.

The city of Saint John has a number of post secondary school opportunities. There is currently one university and one college that can be found within the city both only offered in the English language. The University of New Brunswick has a campus in the city offering a variety of courses for those who plan to further their educational gains into a career. New Brunswick Community Colleges also hosts a campus in Saint John. There are two public school boards with in the city however only 1 Francophone School in the city. Often researching which educational institution that best suits your needs, or even the needs of your child that may be attending the public education system for secondary and primary education, will always ensure you made the right choice.

Saint John is fortunate to have a public transportation system, making the topic of traveling around the city very affordable and simple. The Saint John Transit has been in operation since the late 1970s, and has an annual ridership of approximately 2.5 million passengers. Currently there are 24 local routes, 4 regional routes with a fleet of over 53 vehicles, giving the residents within the city a very safe and reliable mode of transportation around the city.

Often when searching for a new home or apartment weeks, or months before your destined moving date can not only cause some form of excitement, but also give a form of confidence that everything will go smoothly. There are a number of steps that can be taken that will ensure you are one step ahead of anything that may come about you no matter if you plan on purchasing or renting a home in the city of Saint John. There are a number of homes that are currently on the market, often leaving the preference to you and your family.

There are a number of events and shopping centers that are available in the city of Saint Johns, making a visit to the city not only a great place to vacation in the summer times, but also to condition your self for the amount of traveling that is involved in your long distance move from Montreal to Saint John. There are a number of affordable restaurants that a re available for any occasion with family. From international cuisines that specialize in Asian, India, Seafood or Italian, there are many restaurants that will fit your budget. There are also a number of affordable accommodations that are fond through out the city, making a stay comfortable before your trip back to the city.

When searching for Montreal movers to assist with your long distance move, investigating the prospect company for past experience in the province of New Brunswick or the city of St John in general will always ensure professionalism.

Moving to Saint John from Montreal can be complex with many steps implicated to ensure everything goes as planned with precision and care. Thus finding a reliable and experienced long-distance moving company is important when planning such a large move from Montreal to Saint John. Finding a reliable mover can give you the satisfaction and peace of mind keeping you focused on other tasks involved during the move. Selecting the right moving company or long distance movers in Montreal in general without the appropriate research can be time consuming, however checking company references, prior satisfied customer referrals, and that the moving company you choose operates or has operated in the past with the city you'll need to move to will always keep you one step ahead in your move.

Selecting Montreal Economical Moving Service ALEX - you are going to make sure your possessions are safely and securely transferred, and that this is done as quickly as possible. The choice is up to you!


Good Luck and Happy Moving!

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