Let JMR be your Quebec long distance moving company.
Leave it to the professionals who have been in business for over 35 years. JMR Elite Moving and Storage is a family-owned moving company whose reputation speaks for itself with a customer base that has grown and is extremely satisfied with our local and long distance moves. We also have an international moving specialist to assist you in your move overseas or across North America.
Our Quebec moving and storage consultants have many years experience in the industry and will greet you in a pleasant manner and provide excellent service in keeping your requirements a priority. It is comforting knowing these high-caliber long distance salespeople are competent, knowledgeable and have your best interests in mind. We pride ourselves in the many referrals we receive time and time again. Our solid reputation is built on the thousands of residential and commercial moves we’ve done over the past 35 years.
Our friendly van line movers will effortlessly and professionally transport your household furniture safely and promptly to your Quebec City destination. We can also provide you with full packing services if needed. JMR Elite movers will always ensure that the greatest care is taken when packing and handling your personal belongings. Storage is another option we take care of whether it’s for a week or a year. Our storage facility at JMR is climate controlled, secure and clean.
JMR Elite Moving and Storage guarantees you a quick, friendly and professional move. It would be our pleasure to be your Quebec City moving company and help ease this transition.
Quebec City Information:
JMR Elite Moving and Storage makes trips between Montreal and Quebec City and hosts many stops in between like Drummondville, Sorel, Trois Rivieres, Repentigny and Victoriaville, to name a few.
The capital of the province of Quebec, Quebec City is the largest city in eastern Quebec. This beautiful city is as unique a city as they come. This city is full of attractions and fascinating discoveries. Quebec City embraces portraits of easy living, rich heritage, thriving cultural scenes and unsurpassable tourist appeal. Listed by Money Magazine as one of the top 10 tourist destinations, Quebec City is truly one-of-a-kind.
The city stretches out from the shores of the St. Lawrence River, one of the largest rivers in the world. The city’s rocky highest point, Cape Diamond, hovers 103 meters above the river, enhancing the flavor of the area. Two main bridges, the Quebec Bridge and Pierre Laporte Bridge connect the city with the south shore of the St. Lawrence River with a ferry service to the city of Levis. This spectacular city acts as a link between Europe and the America’s and plays a key role internationally.
Although it is well-known for its bountiful history, Quebec City is vibrant, modern, safe and the cost of living is reasonable. Quebec City was ranked as the “Best Canadian City for Families” in 2001. As the cradle of French civilization in North America, this city is gloriously preparing to celebrate its 400th anniversary in 2008.
This snow capital is home to the world’s largest and famous Quebec City Winter
Carnival. Whether you fancy museums, visual and media arts, tours, festivals or events, Quebec City plays the perfect, flavorful host to its thousands of visitors annually.
Visit Chateau Frontenac, the remarkable 18th century chateau, the world’s most photographed hotel. Nearby Quebec’s Chateau Frontenac is Notre-Dame de Quebec Cathedral, mother church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Quebec.
Come experience the French Canadian flavor of Quebec City and experience all it has to offer.
Cities we visit en route to Quebec
Saint Cyrille, Warwick, Daveluyville, Manseau, Laurier-Station, Saint-Anselme, Saint-Jean Chrysostome, Repentigny, Saint-Germain de Grantham, Tracy, Sorel, Joliette, Berthierville, Louiseville, Trois Rivieres, Cap de la Madeleine, Champlain, Sainte Croix, Deschaillons and La Perade
Helpful links if you’re moving to Quebec City
Quebec City offers a wide network of schools and universities.
This snow capital is home to the world’s biggest and most famous Quebec City Winter carnival. Presented again and celebrating its 51st edition from Jan 26 – Feb 11, a surprise theme is planned. Enjoy beautiful ice sculptures, slide runs, skating, dogsled rides, ice fishing and many other activities. Visit www.carnaval.qc.ca
Host of many international ski and snowboard competitions and regarded as ‘the warmest winter destination’, Quebec City has become a huge playground for all ages. Less than 30 minutes away from the city, four friendly resorts are eager to greet skiers and snowboarders. Mont-Ste-Anne, Stoneham, Le Relais and Le Massif provide endless snow-capped, breathtaking views. Equipment rental, ski schools, child care, night skiing, snow parks, restaurants and ski shops will welcome and dazzle you with well-groomed conditions and warm hospitality. Ski enthusiasts will remember their Quebec snow-capped experience for years to come.
Cross-country Skiing & Snowmobiling
This Quebec region entertains 2000 km of trails, for all levels of skiers. Discover the great, crisp outdoors via snowmobile and take in the breathless scenery. This area has 1512 km of trails within the trans-Quebec network. Visit www.quebec-cite.com for skiing or snowmobiling.
Whether you fancy museums and interpretation centers, visual and media arts, music, arts and crafts, artisans, festivals or events, Quebec City likes nothing more to embrace it all in style.
Take a guided historical walking tour of Old Quebec City or visit La Cote-de-Beaupre. Enjoy five tours to do on bicycle or by car, a religious site tour, gourmet routes and more.
Religious Art Treasures
Sacred art treasures accompany this fascinating episode in history. These hidden masterpieces are now available to the public. For more information, visit www.quebec-cite.com
Quebec City Summer Festival (early July) Visit www.feq.ca
New France Festival (early August) Visit www.nouvellefrance.qc.ca
Days of Africa, Dances & Rythms from Around the World. More info
Come and experience the romantic, Auberge Saint-Antoine which Gracefully merits the ‘Victorian era’ and has 94 rooms and suites. You could splurge one night and enjoy Le Chateau Frontenac which looks like an 18th century medieval castle. The world’s most photographed hotel holds 618 rooms and serves upscale French cuisine. More Info
Have you ever heard of an ice hotel? That’s because there is only one in all of North America. This magnificent ice chapel (hosted Jan 6th to April 2nd) is 3000 m2 and is made entirely of ice and snow. More info.
Restaurants & Dining
The Laurie Raphael is a very expensive, but luxurious restaurant. How many opportunities will you have to experience the fine French cuisine prepared by Chef Daniel Vezina. He’s created his own menu accentuating local ingredients like mouth-watering roasted leg of venison with juniper berry and cranberry sauce. Visit www.laurieraphael.com
Quebec City’s Boroughs
Lévis, Ste-Foy, Portneuf, Pont-Rouge, Neuville, St-Raymond, Shannon, Île d’Orléans, Beaupré, and Charlesbourg.