Cheap shipping to Canada (West)

Our removals & shipping to the West Coast of Canada service can assist with a small baggage shipment to a full house removal, furniture, household goods, motorbikes and motor cars. We can arrange a "share a container service" or your own dedicated container for shipping to the Canadian West Coast. We can arrange collection of your goods from all over the UK. Our innovative "You Pack, We Ship" service allows us to offer cheap shipping to all states on the West Coast of Canada.

Canada (West)

Required Documentation

See below for a list of required documents if you are shipping removal goods to Canada (West).

Please note that the this list is just a guide and may differ depending upon your circumstances (for example an EU citizen versus non-EU citizen)

Contact us for a full list of requirements to suit your circumstances:

  • Landed immigrant (settlers)

  • Passport including the immigration identification validated upon arrival to Canada.

  • Detailed inventories (English/French) giving values and detailing appliances and electronics with make, model, serial number and values.

  • Advice notice obtained from the moving company.

  • Ownership, possession and use proofs.

  • Receipts of imported new items

  • Previous airport or US/Canada border declaration papers (B4E declaration form).

  • Liquor import declaration (if applicable).

  • Customs Manifest (Form A8A)

  • Importers Declaration for Customs

  • Immigration papers for immigrants

  • Landed Immigrant Application (if applicable)

  • Visa (if applicable)

  • Work Permit (if applicable)

  • Letter of Undertaking (not always necessary)

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Additional documentation can be downloaded using the links below:

Restricted Items

We will advise you of any restricted or prohibited items to Canada (West) during the quotation process.

The diversity of Western Canada

As the largest country in North America, Canada is divided into ten provinces and three territories and is a land that boasts awe-inspiring scenery – the truly great outdoors – as well as the most cosmopolitan of cities.

Whether moving to Canada or enjoying a holiday, this beautiful country offers a range of climates: summers can be hot and dry on the prairies, humid in central Canada and milder on the coasts. With four distinct seasons, especially in the more populated areas nearer the American border, summers can rise to 350C and winters can drop to -250C. Canada encompasses six of the world’s 24 timezones.

Moving to Canada allows you the choice of a huge range of lifestyles – the country encompasses spectacular mountains, beautiful coastlines, virgin forests, vast prairies and Arctic tundra. As a multi-cultural country, the two main languages are English and French. A holiday in Canada can include adventure, discovery and sheer relaxation with a large emphasis on nature and the outdoors.

With such variety in one country, each state has something different to offer:

Alberta: known as the ‘four seasons playground’, contains Edmonton, the capital city, which hosts over 30 festivals each year and has the largest mall in North America with more than 800 shops and 100 eateries. Calgary, situated between the Canadian Prairies and the foothills of the Canadian Rockies is one of the largest metropolitan areas in Canada attracting thousands each year to its world-famous rodeo event, the Calgary Stampede. The Banff National Park is not only Canada’s first national park, but also one of the nation’s largest and most visited national parks.

British Columbia’s capital city, Vancouver, offers the mildest climate of any city in Canada alongside Victoria. Situated between the Coast Mountains and the Pacific Ocean, Vancouver is home to Stanley Park, a 1,000 acre space teeming with wildlife, cedars and fir trees. Swimming in the ocean, rollerblading, hiking, rock climbing, windsurfing, kayaking and skiing in the mountains are all possible in one day in Vancouver with 10 beaches, 220 parks and 3 ski resorts. The Whistler resort is the largest and most famous alpine ski destination in North America; located in the Coast Mountains of British Columbia, Whistler is a two-hour trip from Vancouver along Canada’s most scenic drive, the Sea-to-Sky Highway.

Northwest Territories: Home to a 47.6% aboriginal population and a 52,000 km2 Thelon Wildlife Sanctuary with grizzly bear, caribou, wolves and musk ox roaming free. With summer sunshine lasting up to 20 hours per day; winters experience only an average of 5 hours. The Northwest Territories sprawl across the top of Canada and are a patchwork of tree-less Arctic wilderness.

Saskatchewan: Open prairie ranches with wild horses, 100,000 lakes for fishing, canoeing or motor boating and the Great Sand Dunes are some of the things to enjoy about Saskatchewan. Cosmopolitan centres rich in arts, entertainment and culinary delights provide the diversity for this province and, with the longest crimson sunset anywhere in the world, it is a great destination for any season. Regina, the capital city, has warm summers, cold dry winters, and consistently enjoys more sunshine annually than any other major Canadian city.

Yukon: In the northwestern corner of Canada, Yukon offers 5,000 miles of well-maintained, scenic highways even across the Arctic Circle to the Arctic Ocean, and wilderness where thousands of caribou migrate. Pan for Gold in Dawson City, the heritage Klondike Gold Rush outpost and join in festivals from music to storytelling. Alpine lakes offer crystal clear views and mush huskies beneath the Northern Lights.

If you need further advice or would like a quotation contact us today:

0208 530 1441

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