Tag Archives: Transportation and Logistics

Canada’s Most Fragile People Will Miss The Penny


Now Jeff will not be the only person to suffer, but like most of the things that happen to the poor you will no longer see it covered in the news, because who cares about a penny; who cares about the poor, after all it is just a penny! Continue reading

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Moving Day Will Be Upon Us Soon Beware Of Unprofessional Movers Like Service Direct B N Transport P In Montreal


When it is time for your move, you will want and deserve a person, or company that is honest from the beginning to the end; a company or person who treats you with respect and carries themselves with respect from the 1st phone call, until they shake your hand at the end of the job. What you do not need in this time of belt-tightening and stress is what just happened to my daughter with her move and her mover. Continue reading

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Bend Over It Is July 1st \ Time To Move


It  is coming soon to Quebec. The only time  in Montreal when you can move without penalty. July 1st the day the official moving day of Quebec. Keep in mind that these prices change year in and year out.  Some may not be the same … Continue reading

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Metro, Bus, Or Walk


Do you remember the reason the price of a bus ticket went from just under a dollar in Montreal to an even dollar? I will give you a hint, it had something to do with the looney and the bus … Continue reading

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