Vancouver Movers Blog

5 Tips for Moving with Pets

Posted on Mar 14 , 2016

  The boxes have been loaded, the furniture wrapped and the floor mopped. But what about Conrad the cat, Bouncer the bunny or Squeakers the cockatiel? Whether you are moving to a new home, new city or new country, it’s important to factor the animal members of your family into…

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Car Sharing in Vancouver

Posted on Mar 7 , 2016

Vancouver is quite easy to navigate by public transit, via bicycle and on foot, but sometimes driving is the best option – for example, if you’re in a hurry or need to move heavy items. If you don’t have a car of your own, car sharing is an excellent alternative.…

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5 Ways to Meet New Friends in Vancouver

Posted on Feb 28 , 2016

Moving to a new city can be a lonely experience. If you’re lucky, you may have a few friends already living there who can provide a warm welcome and ease the transition. Unfortunately, for many people a new city means building a social network from scratch. If you’re new to…

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Packing by Room: Kitchen

Posted on Feb 24 , 2016

So it’s time to start packing up your kitchen, but you still have a few meals ahead of you before moving. Where do you start? As with packing up any room in your home, you should ideally start planning a few days or weeks in advance so that you have…

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iPad Mini Draw Results

Posted on Jan 22 , 2016

Small Moves is proud to announce our 2016 iPad Mini Draw winner. We are pleased to inform our valued customers that this years’ iPad Mini Draw winner is our returning customer Ran K. from North Vancouver. Congratulations Ran! We hope you will enjoy the new iPad. Once again thanks so…

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Emergency Preparedness

Posted on Sep 1 , 2015

This weekend’s #‎BCStorm event is a good reminder to plan for emergencies. To learn how to identify risks and make emergency plans and kits, please check out: Emergency Info BC Website: https://www.emergencyinfobc.gov.bc.ca/prevention-preparation/ BC Emergency Preparedness Information Page: http://www.embc.gov.bc.ca/em/index.html City of Vancouver’s Public Safety Website: http://vancouver.ca/home-property-development/prepare-for-an-earthquake-and-other-disasters.aspx

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Rain or Shine, Big or Small – Small Moves is here to help!

Posted on Aug 25 , 2015

The sun is shining over our beautiful Greater Vancouver , so why not kick back and relax while we handle your move? Rain or Shine, Big or Small job…our professional and friendly movers will help you make your move as stress free as possible! Call us today for a FREE…

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Vancouver ‘rent increase tsunami’ predicted by local realtor

Posted on Jul 29 , 2015

Report says average rent for a two-bedroom suite in Vancouver has gone up by 5.6 per cent A shortage of rental stock and unprecedented demand in Vancouver are creating the perfect storm for a “rent increase tsunami,” according to a veteran realtor’s report. David Goodman, principal of HQ Commercial, says…

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Canada VS England – Quarter Finals – FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015

Posted on Jun 27 , 2015

GO CANADA GO! Canada VS England BC Place Stadium, Vancouver (CAN) 27 Jun 2015 – 16:30 Local time Quarter-finals

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10 minutes to disaster – Dogs in hot cars

Posted on Jun 27 , 2015

If it’s hot, your pet may be in trouble! The temperature in a parked car, even in the shade with the windows partly open, can rapidly reach a level that will seriously harm or even kill your pet in as little as 10 minutes. It’s going to be hot in…

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