Cambridge Movers

 

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Green Movers is a full service Cambridge moving and storage company. Green Movers company is the most experienced and respected Movers in Great Cambridge Area, Ontario-wide movers, and we are known for unsurpassed customer service and our impeccable attention to details. At Cambridge Movers Green Movers we put you, the customer, first.

Cambridge Movers Cambridge Moving Company Best House, Office, Condo, Apartment Moving Services. Professional & Affordable Movers Specializing in Local Moving, Long Distance Moving & Commercial Moving,Piano Moving Services in Hamilton.We operate 365 days a year, 24 hours a day.
This gives you the flexibility to move when it is most convenient for you. It is ideal to plan your move in advance, but we are equipped to accommodate unexpected, last minute moves just as easily.

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Now little about your lovely city Cambridge,Ontario

 

Cambridge (2006 population 120,371) is a city located in Southern Ontario at the confluence of the Grand and Speed rivers in the Region of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. It is an amalgamation of the City of Galt, the towns of Preston and Hespeler, and the hamlet of Blair. Galt covers the largest portion of Cambridge, making up the southern half of the city. Preston and Blair are located on the western side of the city, while Hespeler is in the most north-easterly section of Cambridge. Cambridge began as a composite city in 1973, when the City of Galt, Towns of Preston and Hespeler, and the hamlet of Blair were amalgamated. There was considerable resistance among the local population to this "shotgun marriage" arranged by the provincial government and a healthy sense of rivalry had always governed relations among the three communities.

Even today, residents will tell the outside world that they call Cambridge home, they will often identify themselves to each other as citizens of Galt or Preston or Hespeler. Each unique centre has its own history that is well documented in the Cambridge City Archives. The first mayor of Cambridge was Claudette Millar, who at the time was one of the few female mayors and, at 35, the youngest mayor, in Canada. As Cambridge has developed and the open spaces between the original municipalities have been filled in, a fourth commercial core, entirely modern in its construction, has emerged. The Macdonald-Cartier Freeway (401) runs through its midst. On May 17, 1974, flooding on the Grand River was so intense it filled city streets with water to a depth of about four feet. Hundreds of businesses and homes were severely damaged.Cambridge City Council consists of six councillors, each representing a ward, and a mayor. The current mayor of Cambridge is Doug Craig. Cambridge has been characterised by rapid growth in recent years. According to recent Economic Development estimates, the population of Cambridge for 2009 is 126,000, and the projected population for 2031 is 180,000. According to the most recent figures, Cambridge is populated by people of a European ethnic background - 90.2%,mostly those of English (31,400), Scottish (20,625), Irish (19,040), German (14,110), Portuguese (10,685) and French (10,040) origins.

Many Newfoundlanders (mostly from the Conception Bay and Bell Island area) have migrated to Cambridge, mostly due to the closure of the iron ore mines on Bell Island.There is also a significant Franco-Ontarian and Armenian population in Cambridge. The city is largely Christian at 80.2%, followed by non-religious people who number 15%. Muslims and Hindus and other faiths make a little over 5% of the population. Over the last few years the numbers of Indians/Pakistanis and Afghanis moving in from other urban areas or immigrating from their respective countries, has doubled and tripled. Cambridge is also much younger than the national average. 21.6% of the population are under 14 years of age. Only 11% of the population is over 65, resulting in an average age of 35.2, slightly lower than the national average. Public English-language schooling is provided by the Waterloo Region District School Board, which operates 26 elementary and five secondary schools in Cambridge. High schools in the city include the 150-year-old Galt Collegiate Institute and Vocational School, Ontario's oldest continuously operating public high school. It is commonly called the Castle on the Grand because of the architecture and imposing view on the east bank of the River.

Publicly funded Catholic education is available through schools operated by the Waterloo Catholic District School Board. The WCDSB runs 15 elementary and two secondary schools in the city. Cambridge is also home to the only French Catholic High School in the region; École secondaire Père-René-de-Galinée. The University of Waterloo School of Architecture campus is located in Cambridge in the Riverside Silk Mill, also known as the “Tiger Brand” building. Inside the building there is a theatre, fitness room and the gallery “Design at Riverside,” which is one of two publicly funded galleries dedicated to architecture in Canada. The gallery is funded by the Cambridge Public Library system with art exhibition spaces at Queen's Square in Galt and in Preston. The School of Architecture is home to 380 students who live, study and learn within the Cambridge community. As of 2009, Conestoga College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning set up a new School of Engineering Technology specializing in advanced technology programs related to: Robotics, Process Automation, Electronics, Communications, Engineering, and Information Technology.

With over 200,000 square feet (19,000 m2) of applied learning and research space. The climate Cambridge is typical of south western Ontario, with mostly moderate winters and the occasional deep freeze. In summer, the temperatures tend to be in the high twenties, and like most of southern Ontario, there can be stretches of high humidity. The last frost date of the season is around May 11,though most gardeners plant on the May 24th long weekend to be safe. Environment Canada issues frost warnings for the area from May 9 through to October 30. This information is provided by Moving Company Cambridge Movers Green Movers !

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Green Movers
131 Waterloo Ave,

Toronto, ON
M3H 3Y7
Tel: (647) 225-6144
Email: info@greenmovers.ca



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