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Moving from Montreal to Brandon, MB.

If you are looking for a change of pace from the hectic life on a big city like Montreal, then look no further than the Wheat City, officially known as Brandon, the second largest city in Manitoba, after its capital, Winnipeg, the city currently has a population of nearly fifty thousand inhabitants.

The history of Brandon begins back in May 1881, when a location for a divisional point in the Canadian Pacific Railway was needed, due to how big and important his point was, a whole town was created and it was named Brandon, the city's name appears to have two different origins, one side says the city got his name from the Blue Hills of Brandon and the other side says the name comes from a trading post in Hudson's Bay known as Brandon House.

Brandon has a very rich cultural life thanks to its proximity to Manitoba's most attractive and desirable natural parks, like Spruce Woods Provincial Heritage Park, Brandon Hill Wildlife Area, Riding Mountain National Park, Turtle Mountain Provincial Park, and the Assiniboine River Corridor.

The City has played host to a variety of international sporting events, like the Canada Winter Games, The World Curling Championship, and the Canada Summer Games.

As Education is a Provincial Responsibility, the Education on Brandon is the same as in the rest of Manitoba, they offer high level and high-quality programs for every level of education which makes Brandon and any City in Manitoba one of the best choices in the Country, all the way from Kindergarten to Doctorates, in English and in French, the learning opportunities are incredible in this City, and Brandonites couldn't be more proud of it. Remember that education is legally required in Canada from the ages of 6 to 19, and you have to make a preregistration way before the start of the school year in order to get the place in whichever school, public or independent you want your children to attend to.

Beyond High School Education, Brandon offers great choices for professional education, prestigious institutions like Brandon University, Assiniboine Community College, and the Manitoba Emergency Services College.

If you are set in Moving to Brandon, then you'll need to explore the Housing Market, whether you want to rent or buy a house.

Brandon has an average house pricing of nearly $300.000, it has plenty of neighborhoods for you to choose from, with no visible stands out, they all offer pretty much the same, at almost the same prices, so it'll be up to you to choose which one you preferred.

However, if you truly want to move in, you should consider speeding things up a bit, since availability seems to be dropping and the tendency seems to be going strong at the time of writing, that could possibly mean an increase in house pricing, there are, obviously plenty of available options for rent, and if you want to get the business of buying and selling, Manitoba's general housing Market for the time being seems to be that of "sellers".

After that purchase is locked, or your rental contract is signed, then, it is time to find yourself a good Moving Company, those that are more than capable of piano moving or even billiard moving if you happen to own any of that.

As Brandon is the second largest City in Manitoba, finding a house moving companies that get you the best quote need for a move should be no problem. A quick online search can let you know which company has the best movers to cover your needs.

There are plenty of online reviews of the many moving companies found on Brandon, although nothing better than a phone call or even a visit to the offices while you are looking for your house or your rental apartment. 

After you have settled in, a nice and easy exploration of your new city should be on the books, especially if you have children who are missing their old friends, so they keep their minds occupied a little bit.

Brandon has several Community centers, an incredible Public Library system, get to know your fellow Brandonites, this is a wonderful City for you and your family. 

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