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Demenagement Deslauriers, Inc
1060 rue Andre-Line,
Demenagement La Capitale
9100 Rue de I'Innovation,
John Gray Moving & Storage
1405 Hymus Blvd.,
Trans-Kebec Moving Inc.
4-2575 rue Watts,
Demenagement La Capitale
1130 Charest Quest, Local 103,
Hanover Transfer & Storage
82 Benning St. Building 5,
Allen and Coles Moving Systems
75 Pinetree Industrial Parkway,
Central Maine Moving & Storage, Co.
78 Rice St.,
Granite State Movers
201 Allard Drive,
400 - 1275 Humbar Place,
Arnoff Moving & Storage of Albany, Inc.
10 Stonebreak Road,
27 Sterling Rd.,
Sherbrooke, Quebec Moving Companies
North American Van Lines: Your Sherbrooke moving company
Located in southern Quebec near the U.S./Canada border, Sherbrooke is a gorgeous bilingual town with lots to offer new residents. The terrain is very characteristic of the region, with ample valleys, hills and plateaus to enjoy. Sherbrooke is also considered a regional capital and one of the most populated cities in Quebec.
According to the 2011 Canadian Census, there are more than 201,000 residents living in Sherbrooke, which indicates a 5.5 percent change in population from 2006 to 2011. Sherbrooke may be a bigger city, but its population density is only 138 persons per kilometre, so there is plenty of personal space throughout the city as well. Sherbrooke is also called a "student's city" due to it's location near the technological triangle, and it is also known for its low cost of living.
Activities and Attractions in Sherbrooke
There are many attractions in Sherbrooke to enjoy, whether you are a fan of sports, the great outdoors or the arts. Thanks to nearby Mont Bellevue and Lucien-Blanchard Park, there are many opportunities for hiking, skiing, biking and golfing. If you are an avid cyclist, you can even take your two wheels out on Sherbrooke's portion of the La Route Verte. Outdoor lovers and nature enthusiasts will feel right at home in Sherbrooke.
There are also several cultural sites in Sherbrooke, despite being a small city. Some of the best include the Museum of Fine Arts, the Art Gallery at the Cultural Centre of the University of Sherbrooke, the Historical Society of Sherbrooke, the Museum of Nature and Sciences, Theatre Canada and the Petit Theatre.
Sherbrooke residents can enjoy many outdoor festivals and events throughout the year, including the Fete du Lac des Nations in July and the Traditions of the World Festival in August.
Moving to Sherbrooke
Sherbrooke is located along Highways 610 and 55, so finding your way around town is easy and simple with a Sherbrooke moving company. However, since the terrain in Sherbrooke can be challenging, you might want to opt for North American Van Lines' vehicle transportation service. You can even fly into Montreal/Saint-Hubert Airport (154 kilometres from the city centre) or Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (167 kilometres from the city centre) and let northAmerican take care of the added details. There are many other amenities you can enjoy with northAmerican, including box and furniture inventory, self-pack materials sales, full-service packing and no-surprise pricing so that you know your relocation is cost-effective.