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Two Small Men with Big Hearts has grown into a big mover and shaker

Two Small Men with Big Hearts began life in Vancouver 40 years ago when two friends started the moving company with a single truck. Today it has 25 offices from Victoria to Ottawa and for the past decade has been managed out of its head office that was relocated to…

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Moving should be an adventure, not a chore

Addison Parfeniuk is the CEO of Two Small Men with Big Hearts Moving, Canada’s most recognized moving brand. Two Small Men is a leading provider of professional residential and commercial moving services in Canada and is an industry leader in giving back to the communities where they operate.…

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Calgary-based moving company celebrates its 40 year milestone as it looks ahead to another 40

It’s a milestone this local moving company is proud of. Two Small Men with Big Hearts Moving originated in Calgary 40 years ago in 1982 with only a single moving truck and has since expanded across Canada. With a focus on community, Two Small Men exemplifies its big…

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Hitmen ready for Sunday Teddy Bear Toss

Once the bears are collected off the ice, they will be stored courtesy of the Two Small Men with Big Hearts Moving Company, which is lending the Hitmen two large trucks to store the bears. The Hitmen return to the Saddledome Monday morning from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m., when organizations…

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Local moving company donating 101 moves to support vulnerable Canadians this holiday season

This holiday season, Two Small Men with Big Hearts Moving (“Two Small Men”) is spreading joy, seeking to donate 101 moves to community organizations that support at-risk individuals. With inflation at an all-time high and the higher stresses that come with the holiday season and colder…

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Vancouver’s Firefighters Without Borders Canada receives shipment of gear to donate

Newly-decommissioned firefighting gear from Manitoba will soon be on its way to the Philippines, thanks to Vancouver-based Firefighters Without Borders Canada.

The shipment comes from the Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service (WFPS) which donated truckloads of gear Friday morning.

Even though the equipment is considered to have reached its end-of-life according…

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