So you’ve decided to move to Montreal — the largest, most famous, most bilingual city of Quebec and the second largest city in Canada. It’s a place packed with culture, rich history, quaint bistros and cafes and amazing food, a thriving nightlife, several vibrant universities, colourful neighbourhoods, international festivals, and beautiful parks and vistas stretched across 19 distinct boroughs (or arrondisements). … Moving To Montreal? Get Acquainted With Canada’s Cultural Capital!
Congratulations! Landing a new job is always an exciting endeavor, especially if you have worked hard to get where you want to be. This sentiment is especially true for those who have paid their dues and finally landed a job with the Canadian Government. Whether you are a politician or public service worker, the nation’s capital is home to over 125 000 Government workers who not only spend their 9-5 in Ottawa, but also call the beautiful city their home. … Just Got A New Job In The Nations Capital?
We know it’s still summer and you’re probably not worrying about how everything will fall into place come September when you need to head off to college or university. But trust us when we say that looking for a place to live should be on top of your to-do list, despite the fact that it’s still July. In particular, students who are moving into their own apartment for the very first time probably have a lot of questions: … Moving Into Your First Apartment
Dreading your upcoming move to your new rental apartment because you just don’t know how you’ll handle the added stress of calming the anxieties of your children and entertaining your pets? Don’t fret! According to the AACAP, with the proper attention from parents moving can be a positive growth experience for children, leading to increased self-confidence and interpersonal skills. There are a number of ways to keep everyone calm, cool and collected before and during moving day. … Smooth Moving with Kids and Pets
Moving is a fact of life, and we sometimes must do it during the winter months. There are a few extra steps you will need to take when moving apartments in the winter that you would not have to do during other seasons. Depending on where you live in the Great White North, the average temperature in January can range anywhere from 0C to -31C according to the Weather Network, so it is best to be prepared! … Tips for Moving Apartments in the Winter