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Our 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 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 take care of your Montreal Saint John’s move.
St. John’s City Info:
St. John’s is the capital of Newfoundland and Labrador. It is the largest and considered the oldest city in Canada. Tradition attests that the city earned its name when explorer John Cabot became the first European to sail into harbor on June 24th, 1497 – thus the feast day of Saint John the Baptist.
The capital city of Newfoundland and Labrador has a rich and fruitful history and, although it is a thriving modern city today, much of its heritage and culture has been well-maintained.
St. John’s offers an enticing combination of old world charm, unique architectural and historic landmarks, excellent accommodations, fine cruising, scenic coastlines, wildlife, festivals, events and many other fine attractions, most of which are within walking distance of the docking area.
Visitors can tour the surrounding countryside, visit the local fishing villages or charter boats for whale and bird watching. Guided walking tours of historic downtown feature unique sites such as the Cabot Tower overlooking the harbor and city.
Finally, as in many areas of Newfoundland and Labrador, the famous friendliness, hospitality and charm of the people of St. John’s ensure the visitor an unforgettable visit.
Helpful links if you’re moving to Saint (St.) John’s, NL
An alphabetical listing of all St. John’s schools ranging from elementary to high school. Each school listing has its own personalized site. Check it out! Visit this site.
Marble Mountain is a summit that rises 1,700 feet above the Humber River and the mountain has 31 trails covering 155 skiable acres. This hill gets 16 feet of natural snowfall each winter, and has the only high-speed detachable quad lift in the Atlantic Provinces. If you are not a skier, there are plenty of other activities to do like hockey, golfing, a listing of swimming pools, competitive sports or beach information. Visit this site.
Arts & Culture
Visit the Festival du Vent, the St. John’s Folk Arts, the First Hands Gallery, St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival, the Arts & Culture Centre, the Art Gallery of Newfoundland and Labrador, the Masterworks Series, Christmas Craft Fair, and the Downtown Christmas Parade is definitely a festival you won’t want to miss. Visit this site.
If you enjoy boat rides, take a boat tour and check out the first concrete bridge ever constructed in Newfoundland. There’s a lovely duck pond the kids will enjoy. All this at Bowring Park. Visit Cape Spear and witness the oldest existing lighthouse, the Signal Hill National Historic Site or the James J. O’Mara Pharmacy Museum. Visit this site.
Night clubs line the cobblestones of George Street. Your choice of indoor or outdoor concerts are here for the viewing. Irish, dance, country and rock and roll music fill the streets. The Mile One Stadium hosts many world-class talent shows. St. John’s has been entertaining locals and tourists for the last 500 years. Visit this site.
You have a fine choice of accommodations to choose from. Whether you fancy Bed & Breakfast Inns, motels, or hotels, you’ll find it all here. The Angel House Heritage Inn & Suites, Battery Hotel & Suites Fairmount Newfoundland and the Abba Inn Bed & Breakfast will make your St. John’s stay a memorable one. Visit this site.
The St. John’s Restaurant Scene has over 250 restaurants to choose from, whether you want a simple sandwich or a gourmet meal. There is something for everyone from affordable fast food, to interesting ethnic restaurants and fine dining. Try out the Aqua Restaurant & Bar, the Cellar Restaurant, Fog City, the Hungry Fisherman or Klondike Jake’s Cookhouse and Saloon. You won’t leave hungry! Visit this site.
Saint (St.) John’s, NL’s Suburbs & Regions
Corner Brook, Stephenville, Springdale, Gander, Grand Falls-Windsor, Grand Bank