Long Distance Moving within Canada - Edmonton
Looking to Move to or from Edmonton? Minute Men Moving & Storage provides regular moves to and from Edmonton and accross Canada. As part of United Van Lines we have the network and size to move you across Canada move safely and securley. Our company has been serving Canadians moving needs to and from Edmonton since 1948. Fill in our online estimate form or give us a call 1-888-708-7700 we would be happy to provide a free estimate.
Edmonton’s economy is primarily based on the agricultural, energy and forest industries. Secondary industries are manufacturing and business service. Edmonton is also the main centre of distribution for the west, with warehouses to handle consumer goods being stockpiled to supply the western retail market.
The City of Edmonton, capital of Alberta, is located on the Trans Canada Highway and Highway #2. Edmonton is situated on the North Saskatchewan River and is near the geographical center of the province. Edmonton is commonly referred to as the “Gateway to the North” due to its strategic position on the economic divide between the productive farmlands of central Alberta and a vast, resource-rich north hinterland.
The population of Edmonton numbers approximately 981,280.
For more information about Edmonton:
City of Edmonton
1 Sir Winston Churchill Sq.
Edmonton has an average July temperature of 17.4ºC and an average January temperature of -13.9ºC. The average annual rainfall is 339 mm and the average annual snowfall is 115 cm.
For daily or historical weather conditions, visit:
One of the best ways to learn about your new community is to subscribe to the local newspaper:
For information regarding curriculum and enrolment procedures, please contact:
Edmonton Public School
Conseil Scolaire du Centre-Nord No. 2
For information about Roman Catholic Separate Schools, please contact:
Edmonton Catholic Separate Schools District No.7
Additional educational institutes:
University of Alberta
Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
Grant MacEwan Community College
Concordia University-College of Alberta
Misericordia Community Hospital
Royal Alexandra Hospital
Alberta Hospital Edmonton
Grey Nuns Community Hospital & Health Centre
Stollery Children’s Hospital
Motor Vehicle & Driver Licencing
Registries are Us
Alberta One Stop Registry
Edmonton Transit System
For more information about transportation in Edmonton, visit:
Attractions and Events
Edmonton Public Library
Confederation Leisure Centre
Commonwealth Community Rec Centre
For information about upcoming events in Edmonton, visit:
Parks and Recreation
Jagare Ridge Golf Course
Twin Willows Golf Club
Highlands Golf Club
Derrick Golf & Winter Club
Snow Valley Ski Club
Edmonton Ski Club
Sunridge Ski Area
The most prominent characteristic in the city may be the North Saskatchewan River Valley. There are over 150 km of trails, 22 parks and numerous lakes. It contains a number of educational and recreational centres, offering visitors a fascinating glimpse of the city's heritage growth and interests. This area is known as the “River Valley Parks”.
Edmonton is host to numerous annual festivals including the International Jazz Festival, the Children’s Festival in June, Capital Ex, Edmonton International Street Performers and Taste of Edmonton, in July, Dragon Boat Festival in August, and the Santa Claus Parade in December.
Callingwood Farmers Market
This is Edmonton’s largest outdoor market, open from May-October, on Wednesdays from 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm and Sundays 10:00 am – 3:00 pm. Vendors include fresh produce, baked goods, meats, plants and arts and crafts.
Fort Edmonton Park
John Janzen Nature Center
Telus World of Science
West Edmonton Mall
To find a grocery store in the Edmonton area, visit:
European Market & Produce
Local & Organic Grocery
Lucky 97 Market
Asian & Western Grocery
West Edmonton Mall
1755 8882 - 170 St.
Edmonton City Centre
803 TD Tower
109 Street & Kingsway
137th Ave. & 66th St.
To find a movie theatre near you, visit:
To find local restaurants, visit:
Call at 1-888-708-7700 to order the following brochures:
Protecting your goods in transit
Handling dangerous goods
Do-it-yourself packing guide
This information has been compiled from various sources. In our effort to provide you with accurate information, we have used the most current reference material available to us and we hope you find this helpful. If you have any comments about this service, or if we can be of further assistance, please contact United Van Lines at (905) 564-6400 or (800) 668-5544. We can be reached by e-mail at email@example.com. You are also invited to visit our website at https://uvl.ca/en/.