Shipping To Canada
RemovalsTo.UK.Com provide weekly removals and shipping services to all Canadian destinations, we also offer shipping and removals services from Canada to the UK and can arrange removals from Canada to any European destination via our UK warehouse. Storage can be arranged in the UK or Canada. Part loads, full loads, single items and a full door to door excess baggage service to Canada.
Planning Your Move To Canada
Our international removals team will asist in planning your relocation to Canada with military precision and supply and help with the completion of all relevant customs documents. We allocate a personal move co-ordinator to every client who will help plan a full itinary of your relocation based on your specific requirements and keep in regular communication at each step of your removal.
Free Pre Move Survey
RemovalsTo.UK.Com offer a free pre move survey scheduled at a time and date convenient to yourself. One of our International removals consultant’s can visit your residence to accurately assess the volume of your personal effects. They will also offer advice on packing services and can check the access for our vehicle and take note of any items that require specialist care like case making. We are also more than happy to take 2 list’s of items in case there are items you are unsure of taking.
Our Partner Removals Company In Canada
Our dedicated agents in Canada will ensure that all the relevant paperwork and customs clearance is processed in the correct fashion and arrange the unloading, unpacking and setting up of your household goods to your satisfaction which also includes the removal of any used packing materials.
Shipping To Canada Transit Time
Transit time to Canada is normally between 6-8 weeks depending on sole use or shared container, we offer express solutions via airfreight for essential items if required.
Canada has a culturally diverse population made up of over 30 million inhabitants. Canada’s official languages are English and French. Although the majority of Canadians are Roman Catholic or Protestant, many belong to other religions including Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, Sikhism and Buddhism. The country takes pride in its multiculturalism. For instance, Toronto hosts a festival called Caribana in June, a celebration of ethnic food, music and dance. Most Canadians believe in equality and that everybody is entitled to the same rights and respect, regardless of gender, race, cultural background or religion.
Canadians enjoy the great outdoors and a lot of families use the summer to go out for hiking, kayaking and cycling. Every province in Canada has wilderness walks. The Trans Canada Trail happens to be the world’s longest recreational trail, linking Newfoundland in the east to Nunavut in the north. The winter is taken advantage of to take part in popular winter sports such as skiing, skating, snowboarding, ice hockey and curling.
Climate in Canada
Contrary to what some might think about Canada’s weather being all cold and snow, the country has a fairly seasonal climate. Summer in Canada is often warm and sunny, and in some areas, can get very hot, with temperatures reaching 35 degrees Celsius and higher. It tends to humid in central parts of Canada, hot and dry in the prairies, and usually milder in the coastal regions. Spring is usually pleasant throughout the country, and autumns are generally crisp and cool.
Winters are usually cold with times of snow. Temperatures during winter generally fall well below freezing point throughout most of the country and can fall down to -25 degrees Celsius in some parts. Southern Alberta occasionally experiences warm dry winds coming the western mountain ranges, and winters tend to be wet and mild on the west coasts in cities like Vancouver and Victoria.
Geography of Canada
Canada is a huge country, taking up an area of 9.9 million square kilometers, and is in fact the second largest country in the world. It is situated in the northern part of North America, surrounded by the Pacific Ocean on the west, the Atlantic Ocean on the east and the Arctic Circle above. Canada’s capital city is Ottawa, which has a population of about 1 million. It’s other major cities include Toronto (4.5 million), Montreal (3.4 million) and Vancouver (2 million).
Canada is made up of 10 provinces and 3 territories, and the country is known to have quite a diverse landscape. A large part of Canada is wilderness, covered by the Canadian shield and boreal forests, which extend from the eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains to the Atlantic Coast. A major part of western Canada, including British Columbia, the Yukon, and western Alberta, are covered by mountain ranges such as the Rocky Mountains. West-central Canada is mainly prairie, made up of flat grasslands. The east-central part of Canada include the provinces of Ontario and Quebec, while the Maritime provinces lie on the east coast. In the southeast of Canada there are the Great Lakes, St Lawrence River and Niagra Falls.