Truro, Nova Scotia also known as the hub of Nova Scotia is a town located on the south edge of the Salmon River in Colchester County. The town was originally settled in 1759 but was not incorporated until 1875. Currently Truro has an approximate population of 11 765 but can be considered much larger (45 777) due to the conglomeration of surrounding areas under Colchester County. The majority of the population speaks English however it is common throughout the province to have Acadian and French speakers mixed in with the urban and rural population. Planning a long distance move from Montreal to Truro can be accomplished with enough pre planning, budgeting and research.
One of the most important keys to planning a long distance move from Montreal to Truro is researching the amount of distance and traveling time that will be involved in your move. Geographically speaking Montreal is located approximately 1 151 kilometers from Truro which can be translated into approximately 13 hours and 29 minutes of driving depending on your destined route. If taking the most direct route from Montreal to Truro (while staying within Canadian national borders) you would travel along the Autoroute 20 East out of the city of Montreal, where the majority of your travelling will be done. Make a slight right onto Autoroute 85 toward Notre-Dame-du-Lac/Cabano/Degelis/Edmundston/QC-185/New Brunswick. You will continue on the NB-2 East which will have you cross provincial borders into Nova Scotia, Continue onto NS-104 East until taking exit 15 to merge onto NS-102 south toward Halifax/Truro. Take exit 14 toward Truro/Bible Hill and merge onto NS-2 South until making a right onto Juniper Street/NS-2 South. You have now entered the town of Truro, equipping your long distance from Montreal to Truro with maps or a portable GPS system will ensure no mistakes are made while in transit. While on route to Truro, you will pass a number of cities in different provinces such as Drummondville, Quebec City, Saint-Pascal, Rivere-du-Loup, Cabanc, Limestone, Fort Fairfield, Woodstock, Fredericton, and Salisbury, Moncton, Calhoun, Sackville, Amherst, Westchester Mountain, Central Onslow, until finally making it to the town of Truro. When selecting Montreal movers to assist with your long distance move from Montreal to Truro, investigating the prospect company for reputations in long distance moves or if they have experience moving in the province of Nova Scotia will always ensure you made an informed and smart choice on your Montréal movers.
Unfortunately the town of Truro is very limited in forms of primary, secondary and post secondary educational institutions. Truro has one high school known as the Cobequid Educational Centre. The post secondary options that are currently available in the city are also very limited with only two campuses. The Nova Scotia Community College and the Nova Scotia Agricultural College which is located in Bible Hill but conveniently close to Truro. Researching which campuses or public educational institutions that best suit your educational needs or your child’s needs will always ensure you made the right choice prior to move from Montreal.
Although there is a high demand from citizens living in and around Truro to build a public transportation system in the area, at the present time there has been no system in place, making travel around the area very limited. Thankfully Truro does have stop along the VIA Rail, making travel from other cities such as Montreal to Truro very affordable and efficient. There is also a local bus company that is experienced in bus tours in Nova Scotia as well as transporting citizens to special events such as concerts and hockey games known as Markie Bus Tours.
Often when getting to the part of your planning that involves searching for a new home or dwelling, much of the family can become excited and eager to start your long distance move from Montreal to Truro. There are many steps that should be taken when searching for a new dwelling such as research on local by laws, average home prices or rental prices. The town of Truro does have a large number of new homes that have been built in less then a decade but also have homes that are more then a century old, giving a unique look and feel for new residents. Often when selecting a new home or dwelling it will overall, come down to preference and budget.
When committing to a long distance move from Montreal to Truro, its always a great suggestion to visit the town before your destined moving date, not only to condition yourself for the amount of traveling that is involved but to also better acquaint yourself with the local streets and what Truro has to offer in the shoes of a tourist. There are a number of parks and trails that where residents and visitors can take advantage of what natural beauty can be found in the area. No matter the type of season, there is always something to do in Truro. If you plan on staying more then a day on your visit, they’re a number of accommodations and restaurants that are located in Truro suitable for any occasion. There are a number of licensed restaurants with patios open all spring and summer such as Patio Lantern, Stonehouse Motel and Restaurant just to list a small percentage of what’s available. Some of the more popular and affordable hotels are the Comfort Inn Truro and the Best Western Plus Glengarry Hotel. Often researching which restaurant and hotel that best suits the needs of you and your family will ensure you make the best of your visit to Truro. For more information on the parks, restaurants and hotels in Truro.
Moving from Montreal to Truro 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 Truro 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 in Montreal or long distance movers 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.
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