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Moving to Yarmouth from Montreal

 

Yarmouth, Nova Scotia also known as “the gateway of Nova Scotia” is a town located along the Gulf of Maine. Yarmouth is known as Canada’s and the world’s largest lobster fishing grounds. Currently Yarmouth has an approximate population of 7 162 with 87% of population speaking English as a first language, compared to only 10% that speak French only. The main street of Yarmouth has a number of Victorian commercial buildings giving the town a very historic image.

Planning a long distance move from Montreal to Yarmouth can be accomplished with proper budgeting, research and enough time to plan a successful move.

When planning a long distance move from Montreal to Yarmouth, many things should be taken into consideration such as the distance; best traveling route to save time but over all creates efficiency. Geographically speaking Montreal is located approximately 1 092 kilometers from Yarmouth, which can be translated into approximately 15 hours 52 minutes of driving, depending on speed of the vehicle and destined route taken. If choosing the most direct route while staying in Canadian borders, you would travel along the Autoroute 20 East, until taking 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 120 toward Prince Street, where you will be making a right onto Prince Street. Take first left onto Watson St, first right onto Duke St W; Take first left onto Lancaster St, slight left onto Digby Ferry Road. This is where you will take the St John ferry to Digby Nova Scotia. If you believe that a ferry will not suffice for the trip, a re route to Nova Scotia to a land crossing may have to researched. Once on Nova Scotia main land, continue straight onto Shore Road. Continue onto Victoria St/NS-303 South. Turn right onto NS-303 South. Turn right onto Evangeline Trail/NS-101 West. Turn right onto Starrs Rd/NS-3 Trunk West. Turn left onto Pleasant St, turn right onto Parade St, and take first left onto Seminary St and a second right onto Alma Street. You have now made it to the town of Yarmouth, equipping your long distance move from Montreal to Yarmouth with local road map or a portable GPS system, will ensure no mistakes are made while in transit. While on route to Yarmouth 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, Saint John, Digby, Weymouth, Beaver River, and finally Yarmouth.

When searching for Montreal movers, it’s a great suggestion to investigate past clients or referrals, or inquiring with the company if they have past experience moving from Montreal to other provinces such as Nova Scotia. This will not only prove successful during your move but also keep your mind at ease during this transition.

The town of Yarmouth is limited in the forms of post secondary education, currently there is only one community college known as The Nova Scotia Community College – Burridge Campus that has approximately five hundred students that is experienced with customized training programs with local business and industries. Burridge Campus usually has students from all over the province of Nova Scotia due to the student campus life and services located on campus. For public educational institutions such as primary and secondary school, the town of Yarmouth has six schools with one school being an adult only high school. Researching which educational institutions that best suits your needs or the needs of your child, will always ensure you made the right choice prior to your moving date.

As most small towns and cities located in southern Nova Scotia, public transportation is very scarce and limited. However, There is one bus tour company that offers services to Halifax, which has a Via Rail stop, making long distance travel from cities such as Montreal or Toronto very accessible and affordable. Trius Tours is the only company that offers this transport services from Yarmouth to Halifax.

Finding a home in the city of Yarmouth is a simple but also difficult task. There are a number of dwellings that are available on the market for both purchase and rent, often it will come down to overall budget and preference. Researching local by laws and provincial legislation will ensure a potential landlord or real estate agent will not take you advantage of your current situation. There are a number of dwellings such as condos, detached homes, or homes with private acres suiting a wonderful retirement.

Visiting the city of Yarmouth before your destined moving date is always a great suggestion. Not only will your condition yourself for the amount of traveling that’s involved between Montréal and Yarmouth, but also you will also better acquaint yourself with the local streets and what the city has to offer in the shoes of a tourist. There are a number of affordable restaurants and accommodations at your service no matter how long you plan on staying in Yarmouth. Some of the more popular restaurants are experienced in east coast cuisines including a number of different dishes of seafood such as the Red Cap Restaurant and motel. If deciding on staying an extra few days in one of the local hotels, there are 3 popular hotels such as the Comfort Inn Yarmouth, Rodd Grand Yarmouth and the Best Western Mermaid. Often your choice will come down to preference and over all budgets.

Moving from Montreal to Yarmouth 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 to Yarmouth from Montreal. 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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