Moving Montreal to Sudbury

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Important information you need to know, before you begin your move to Sudbury from Montreal. Sudbury is a city in Ontario. Its second official name in French is Grand-Sudbury; although it is referred to as a single city, it is known as the largest city in Ontario and the seventh largest municipality by area in Canada. Currently Sudbury has an approximate population of 157,857 inhabitants, the majority of whom are English speakers, with also a large French-speaking population and the most French-speaking of this province due to the large number of inhabitants of French origin. Approximately 62% of the current population speak English as their first language, in contrast to 29% of residents who speak French. Sudbury is one of the few cities in Ontario that is bilingual.

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Geographically, Montreal is located 683 km from Sudbury, with approximately 8 hours and 45 minutes of driving which can vary depending on the speed of your vehicle, as well as your route. The most direct route to Sudbury remains Highway 720 West. You must then take exit 1 North to join Autoroute Décarie / Autoroute 15 North towards Saint-Jérôme. Then take exit 70 West on your left to merge onto Highway 40 West towards Hull / Ottawa / Highway 520/Pierre Elliot Trudeau. You then join Highway 40 West. Please note that when entering the province of Ontario, this highway will turn into Trans-Canada-highway 417. Once again, the highway will change its name to become the trans-Canada highway/ON-17. Much of your journey will pass through this highway. Continue on Kingsway / Regional Road 55.

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Turn left onto Eyre Street South, take the 2nd right onto Albert Street, and then the 1st left onto Whittaker Street. You are there now. Make sure you have appropriate road maps and a portable GPS system when traveling to avoid any possible mistakes during the trip and the move.

During your move from Montreal to Sudbury, you will pass through a number of cities such as Stardale, Skye, Casselman, Benoit, Ottawa, Kanata, North Bay, until you finally arrive at the destination.

There are opportunities in Sudbury for integration into post-secondary education offered in English and French. There is a bilingual university there to accommodate approximately 30 percent of the population who consider themselves Franco-Ontarians. Laurentian University is the only bilingual teaching institution in Sudbury, but also the first medical school in Canada to open its doors in the last 30 years. Cambrian College only offers courses in English in the field of Applied Arts and Technology. Collège Boréal is a francophone college with a few other campuses throughout Northern Ontario, however, offering some business courses in English. If you have children who must attend a public school, currently the Rainbow School Board operates 30 elementary schools and 7 high schools, plus a school for students with special needs. There is also a high number of Catholic schools (elementary and secondary) that are offered in English and French. There are also 9 primary schools and 3 secondary schools which are administered by the district school board of the Great North of Ontario (French school board).

The greater Sudbury area has a public transit service on behalf of the local municipal government's growth and development department. Currently, Greater Sudbury Transit operates over 90 buses covering 39 routes in downtown and other neighborhoods, with approximately 4.4 million passengers on an annual basis. Students attending Laurentian University are eligible for unlimited bus service called U-Pass. Please note that you are only eligible for a fixed period from September to May. For more information,

Choosing a new home or apartment is the most important and exciting part of moving for the whole family. Sudbury offers a wide variety of housing in the suburbs such as duplexes and townhouses that are currently on the market for sale and rent, as well as homes that are located in rural and more private locations with a short drive to from the city. Finding out about local laws, provincial legislation and price housing means will keep you one step ahead when choosing a house or apartment. These measures will allow you not only to make a good purchase, but also to prepare you better when negotiating with a future owner or a real estate agent.

Depending on your preferences and family budget, finding affordable housing in Sudbury shouldn't be a difficult task.

There are many attractions and historical sites in Sudbury referring to the mining heritage of the city.

Science/Nord is an interactive science museum, built along a former seismic fault line that also houses the Big Nickel, one of the city's most famous landmarks.

Greater Sudbury also has a variety of accommodations and restaurants with affordable prices and excellent service. If you'll be visiting the city with the whole family, there are plenty of family restaurants and pubs, as well as Chinese, Italian restaurants and bistros.

In order to enjoy accommodations located in the city, you can visit the Hampton Inn Sudbury or Fairfield Inn Suites Sudbury for generous hospitality and accommodations.

Whatever your reason for moving to Sudbury, good planning beforehand, as well as proper research in all your endeavors will ensure that you achieve the desired outcome in time to be able to continue your new life with your loved one. family in a new town. This way, you would be satisfied that you made a smart decision that will bring peace of mind during this transition. 

Moving from Montreal to Sudbury could be a messy affair, with many steps involved to ensure everything goes smoothly and with great care and precision. Thus, finding a reliable and experienced company in long distance moving is very important.

A reliable and skillful moving company can undoubtedly give you satisfaction and peace of mind. As a result, you can concentrate on other tasks during the move and save your valuable time. Without proper research, you may not receive quality service. Check the references of the moving company, find the references of former clients and their level of satisfaction with the work carried out by the company in question, find out if the moving company that you choose is doing or has already done in the past moving to the city or region you want to move there to live. 

If you have a piano to move from Montreal to Sudbury or a pool table, ask if the movers have the experience and all the necessary equipment for moving!

By choosing the service of economic move ALEX – you will ensure that your belongings and belongings are handled safely and professionally, and that all of this is done as quickly as possible. The choice is yours!

Good luck and happy moving from Montreal to Sudbury!