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Top 10 most livable cities in the world include Vancouver, Toronto and Calgary

The top 10 cities are as follows:

Melbourne.
Vienna.
Vancouver.
Toronto.
Calgary (tied).
Adelaide​ (tied).
Sydney​.
Helsinki.
Perth.
Auckland.

The magazine ranks cities based on the following categories: stability, health care, culture and environment, education, and infrastructure. Features of each city are assessed to determine which cities around the world provide the best and worst living conditions. The Economist’s annual ranking placed three Canadian cities […]

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Employee Relocation – Moving of Household Goods

Every household goods move is unique to the individual relocating employee. Even if it’s a location your company has moved employees to before circumstances change based on the individual, and your in-house HR department is likely not able to handle the unpredictable nature of a move. For this reason many organizations turn to experts […]

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Are you considering relocating?

Posted on September 14, 2012

How much will the entire move cost? Are you paying for it or is your employer. If you are paying for it, remember to factor the cost of the mover and all the moving supplies, bubble wrap, furniture covers, labels, markers, utility knife, boxes, tape, etc.

Where are you […]

By |September 14th, 2012|Relocation Advice|Comments Off on Are you considering relocating?

Relocating with a Pet

Although relocating with a pet can be a lengthy and difficult task, you probably can’t imagine leaving the last furry member of your family behind. These tasks will need to be completed before your journey. If you follow these recommendations, you and your companion will both arrive safely!

1. Plan ahead! Taking the time to […]

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Relocating? Temporary housing during your transition

Temporary housing! Whether you find yourself moving because of work or personal reasons, furnished housing is a great option for temporary living. Temporary housing will give you the time you need to find a permanent home, without having to give up any amenities. In simplistic terms, corporate housing provides short-term furnished housing, offering dozens […]

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The new expatriate defined.

Our global economy is continually changing. International companies must change in tandem to survive. Establishing ways to adapt to the new business community, which is no longer contained by borders. To stay ahead companies must develop internal plans for global mobility. Deloitte has defined the four types of expatriates that can currently be found […]

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Close you eyes and tap your heels together three times. And think to yourself, there’s no place like home.

There is obvious stress associated with relocation on you, the transferee. Dealing with the transition to a new city and job, coping with culture shock, and deciding what to pack and what to purge are major stress factors. The stress you’re feeling will be mirrored in your family. Your spouse and children will have […]

By |May 7th, 2012|Cultural Awareness, Relocation Advice|Comments Off on Close you eyes and tap your heels together three times. And think to yourself, there’s no place like home.

A change, a job, a new place to live.

Let us be there for you throughout your relocation.
Living in a technological age there is an endless flow of information streaming in cyberspace. You can type any combination of letters or words into Google, and it will generate a list of responses. You may be asking yourself why you would use a relocation company […]

By |April 27th, 2012|Relocation Advice|Comments Off on A change, a job, a new place to live.

I get by with a little help from my friends.

How do you feel by the end of the day. Are you sad because you’re on your own. Follow these tried and tested methods for making new friends.

Now that you’ve arrived in Canada, read up on culture shock, researched local customs and activities, you may be thinking ‘what now’? You want to get out […]

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Relocation Frustration

Feelings of frustration, anger and irritability may be a result of the moving stress of relocating to a new society.

Congratulations on your relocation to Canada! We’re sure that you’re going to be very happy here. Relocating to a new city or country can be a very exciting experience, or a very scary experience. Feelings […]

By |April 25th, 2012|Relocation Advice|Comments Off on Relocation Frustration
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