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Moving to Charlottetown from Montreal

 

Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island is both the provincial capital of the province and also the largest city in the province. The city gets its name from Queen Charlotte, the wife of King George the third. Charlottetown like other cities found in Canada, but more predominantly the maritime region, have a vast history dating back to founding of the country. The first gathering of Canadian statesman debated the Canadian confederation in the Charlottetown Conference in 1864, which paved the way for Canada. Currently Charlottetown has an approximate population of 32 174 with the majority of the population speaking English as a first langue. The city of Charlottetown is broken down into smaller neighborhoods such as Charlottetown (original municipality) Brighton, Spring Park, Parkdale, Sherwood, East Royalty, West Royalty and Winsloe.  

When researching important topics for your long distance move from Montreal to Charlottetown, its always important to stick with points that are most important and imperative to your move such as distance, travel time and best route to take when starting your departure. Geographically speaking Montreal is located approximately 1 146 kilometers from Charlottetown which can be translated into approximately 13 hours and 14 minutes of driving depending on the speed of the vehicle and destined route chosen. If taking the most direct route from Montreal to Charlottetown, you will travel along the Autoroute 20 East where the majority of your traveling will be done within the province of Quebec. Take exit 499 for Trans-Canada highway/Autoroute 85 toward Notre-Dame-du-Lac/Cabano/Degelis/Edmundston/QC-185/New Brunswick, merge onto Trans-Canada Highway/Autoroute 85 South. Continue onto NB-2 East once crossing provincial boarders into New Brunswick, until taking exit 467 B to merge onto NB-15 East toward NB-11 North/Shediac/Miramichi. At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Trans-Canada-Highway/Nb-16 East heading into Prince Edward Island. Continue onto Capital Drive; turn right onto University Ave and a left onto Allen Street.  You have now arrived in the city of Charlottetown, equipping your long distance move with local road maps, or a portable GPS system will always ensure no mistakes are made when in transit. While on route from Montreal to Charlottetown, you will pass a number of cities such as Drummondville, Quebec City, Saint Pascal, Riviere-du-Loup, Edmundston, Woodstock, New Maryland, Fredericton, Moncton, Cornwall, until finally making it to Charlottetown. When searching for Montreal movers to assist with your long distance move, its always a great suggestion when investigating the prospect company for past experiences in Prince Edward Island, or to the city of Charlottetown in general will not only show professionalism on your behalf as well as the company you choose, but also keep your mind at ease during this transition.

The city of Charlottetown has a number of opportunities in post secondary education. The University of Prince Edward Island (UPEI) has a number of programs in Arts, Education, Science, Business and Nursing. There are also a number of campuses throughout the city of Charlottetown that are administered under Holland College, which is also known as a community college. The city does offer public educational institution in both the French and English language. The Eastern school district provides for the Anglophone schools, where the commission Scolaire de langue francaise administers the French public schools. Researching which institution best suits the needs of your career driven future, or the needs of your child in the public system, will always ensure you make the right choice in education.

The city of Charlottetown up until 2005 had a public transportation system but since then has halted the service. Unfortunately without a personal vehicle it can be found difficult to venture or navigate around the city. Since the stop to the public transportation system in Charlottetown, more public parking as well as affordable taxi services has been brought into the city to help accommodate those who do not have the luxury of owning their own vehicle. Researching your best method of getting around the city will ensure that all options have been considered carefully.

Often when getting to the part of your long distance move from Montreal to Charlottetown to selecting your new home or dwelling can often be the most exciting part of planning a move, not only for your self but the entire family involved. There are a number of homes, apartments, condos and high rises that are on sale and for rent in the city of Charlottetown making it very simple to find the home of your dreams. Often researching local by laws and provincial legislation will keep you one step ahead when browsing local home listings. Its also a great suggestion to look into average home prices in the city if you plan on buying a home, this will keep you prepared for any prospect land lord or real estate company that may be involved in the leasing or purchase of your next home.

There are a number of annual events that take place in the city of Charlottetown, but also tourist attractions that can be found throughout the area and province of Prince Edward Island, making a visit to the city before your departure from Montreal worth the trip. Not only would a visit to Charlottetown better acquaint yours elf with the local roads and what the city has to offer, but also condition yourself for the amount of travelling that is involved. There are a number of restaurants and accommodations that are available that will make your visit to the city a memorable one no matter on occasion or budget. Certain restaurants that are experts in Chinese, Greek, or traditional east coast seafood can all be enjoyed in the city of Charlottetown.

Planning a long distance move from Montreal to Charlottetown can be accomplished with enough planning and researching ensuring success. When searching for Montreal movers to assist with your long distance move, its always a great suggestion when investigating the prospect company for past experiences in Prince Edward Island, or to the city of Charlottetown in general will not only show professionalism on your behalf as well as the company you choose, but also keep your mind at ease during this transition.

Moving to Charlottetown 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 Charlottetown. 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!

 

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