Cheap shipping to Canada (East)

Our removals & shipping to the East 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 East 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 Canadian East Coast.

Canada (East)

Required Documentation

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

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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Restricted Items

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

The diversity of Eastern 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 of the east side of Canada has something different to offer:

Manitoba: Watch beluga wales and see the northern lights – visit Churchill, the polar bear capital of the world. Manitoba is home to 110,000 lakes, 3,000 beluga whales and more than 300 species of birds.

New Brunswick: The only official bilingual province, New Brunswick is home to an eclectic blend of cultures. The Bay of Fundy has the highest tides in the world – spot finback whales, humpbacks, minkes, or climb the 820m peak of Mount Carleton for breathtaking views.

Newfoundland and Labrador: In the northeastern corner of North America, over half of the population lives in fishing villages along the 29,000km coastline. Spot 10,000 year old icebergs from a boat, alongside puffins and seabirds and 20 species of whales. With its own timezone (a half hour different to others), this province has a multi-cultural history resulting in place names such as Jerry’s Nose, Leading Tickles West and Little Heart’s Ease!

Nova Scotia: With 3,809 coastal islands and 7579km of shoreline, it shares the Bay of Fundy with New Brunswick. Halifax is the hub of this province, being one of Canada’s most attractive places to live with above average family incomes and generally affordable homes. As its name suggests, there is a strong Scottish heritage in Nova Scotia (‘New Scotland’).

Nanavut: An area the size of western Europe, it has a population of less than 30,000, mostly Inuit. Alert, the northernmost settlement in the world, is just 508 miles from the North Pole and the province really is the Arctic outback of Canada, housing 50% of the world’s polar bears, beluga whales, narwhal, musk ox, walrus and bowhead whales – great for an Arctic wildlife-spotting adventure.

Ontario: Toronto, as the capital city, is the most populated and culturally diverse cities in Canada and houses the famous CN Tower. Ontario is bordered by four of the five Great Lakes and, as such, makes for great boating, fishing and camping holidays. London attracts tourists with its River Thames and many festivals and Ottawa, the largest city in Canada, is located the northwestern shore of Lake Ontario. Ontario also houses the Horseshoe Falls – the Canadian side of the Niagara Falls with the best place to view the Falls being Queen Victoria Park.

Prince Edward Island: with its capital city, Charlottetown, has small town charm and a population of over 32,000 people with the lowest crime rate in all of Canada. One of the longest bridges in the world, the 9-mile Confederation Bridge connects Prince Edward island to New Brunswick and the rest of Canada. Theatre, a racetrack and casino and 40 foodie events make this a great all-round destination to visit and a wonderful place to live.

Quebec: Montreal has a population of 3.4 million and is one of the most diverse cities with a blend of English and French Canadian people; it has the largest French-speaking population outside of Paris, France and is split into the historic quarter, entertainment district and downtown – a bustling metropolis of skyscrapers. Quebec City overlooks the St Lawrence River and the Old City, with its French charm, contains the Chateau Frontenac, the most photographed hotel in North America.

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

0208 530 1441

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