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Overall Rating: 5.0/5 stars

June 8 2020 we had Two small men assist us in moving. our mover I believe were Cody, Regan, Jay. I was Regan’s first day. the arrived early, we walked them thru the house to show what needed moving. they were amazing, friendly and hard working, with the heat and humidity we felt for them. the company and employees were a positive experince

Darren & Jeannette

Winnipeg

Thank you so much to Colin, Josh and Billy for helping me move furniture back in place after a renovation. They were quick and careful and made the experience stress free. They were also really funny!

Kyla K

Winnipeg

Our recent move went so quickly, carefully and efficiently thanks to Brian and Nikki from Two Small Men. They were very courteous and accommodating. I would happily recommend this company to others.

Mary Saito

Winnipeg

Nikki and Brain came right on time and were efficient and caring. They were professional and at the same time made me feel I was important. The move went smoothly and in less time than expected. They offered to help in any way they could. It was a difficult time for me as my Mom had just passed away and their compassion was appreciated. Care was taken with all of the possessions.

Phyllis

Winnipeg

We moved from a house to condo recently and we had Dylan and Liam. They were very polite courteous and prompt. They were fast efficient and we were very impressed with their hard work. The whole process from booking to moving was smooth and Jason was friendly and helpful. Would highly recommend this company in the future. Terry & Des

Terry Cormier

Winnipeg

I am very impressed with Two Small Men with Big Hearts Moving Co. and highly recommend this company. They are genuine, friendly, professional, fast & efficient. They had such a positive energy that I instantly felt comfortable. They treated my home with respect & made sure everything was in place to my satisfaction before leaving. Two Small Men with Big Hearts Moving Co. will be my choice for all future moving needs. Great job!

Carmela Filleti

Winnipeg

David and CJ were very polite had great communication, very friendly company men . I recommend this company . They were quick and got the job done

Amy

Winnipeg

Brian and his co-worker (I dont remember her name, sorry) were absolutely amazing. Very friendly and efficient. Would absolutely recommend them to anyone. Give these guys a raise, they deserve it!! The office staff was friendly too. All around I couldn’t have asked for anything more. Thank you so much!

Mark Moffatt

Winnipeg

Hi the best guys for moving I have ever had Glin Jessie would use them again for sure

Doreen Heinrichs

Winnipeg

MARCH 26,2020. WE HAD MOVERS COLIN C AND ANDREW S . ON TIME VERY EFFICIENT. GOOD SENSE OF HUMOR. MADE THE MOVE VERY EASY. I WOULD RECOMMEND THSEE GUYS TO ANYBODY MOVING IN THE FUTURE. THANK YOU!

Richard Park

Winnipeg

Moving to Winnipeg? Here’s what the city is all about!

Welcome to the capital of Manitoba! You may be pleasantly surprised by the history and the number of activities there are to do in this quaint city in the prairies. 

Once you’re all settled-in, in “the ‘Peg”, you can start discovering your new city, starting with grabbing a bite to eat. Winnipeg is hub for new restaurants – if you’re craving a certain dish, you can bet you’ll find a restaurant that serves it. The city is also well known for its winter experiences, a thriving center of arts, dance, music festivals, and an eclectic club scene.  

 

History 

Winnipeg is a river city, with rivers flowing throughout the city. Two of the most well-known rivers are the Assiniboine River which flows into the Red River, eventually making their way to Lake Winnipeg. The meeting point between these two rivers is now called “The Forks” which is a public space downtown where city dwellers gather for celebration and recreation.  

 

Things to Do

There is so much to do in Winnipeg. We’ve curated a list of some of the things that are worth checking out to help you hit the ground running when you arrive in the city! 

 

Museums

  • Legislative Building: As you’re residing in the capital of the province, pay a little visit to the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba. You can enjoy the architecture, take a self-guided outdoor tour, or book a tour of the inside of the building.  
  • Winnipeg Art Gallery: The museum is home to the world’s largest collection of Inuit art. It also has work from other indigenous Canadians, Canadians, and international artists.   
  • Canadian Museum for Human Rights: It explores the subject of human rights, not exclusive to only Canada.  
  • Royal Canadian Mint: Every single Canadian coin in circulation iproduced here. They also produce coins for 75 countries around the world. You can take a tour to watch the process! 

 

Arts and Culture

  • Winnipeg Folk Festival: 4-day music festival at Birds Hill Provincial Park. A lot of the festival goers camp on the grounds, but there are bus services (Festival Express) for ticket holders who wish to come and go.  
  • Festival du Voyageur: 10-day winter festival which celebrates Canada’s fur-trading past and French heritage. A great few day of entertainment, music and arts and crafts. 
  • The Royal Winnipeg Ballet: Founded in 1939, it is the oldest dance company in Canada and the longest continuously running ballet company in North America. You can enjoy their performances throughout the summer, they are held at parks throughout the city, and they are free! 

 

Fun Facts

  • Winnipeg is the Slurpee capital of the world 
  • Winnie-the-Pooh was inspired from a bear in Winnipeg 
  • Winnipeg is only 40km away from the centre of Canada 
  • World’s longest skating rink, 8.54km 

 

As you can tell, we love the city of Winnipeg and our Winnipeg-based team members agree that it’s a great place to live. We offer our moving services to the following places: Selkirk, Stonewall, Oakbank, Niverville, Winnipeg Suburbs, and more! If you’re moving to the ‘Peg, trust our experienced, local movers to get you and your belongings there safely and efficiently. 

END-TO-END SERVICES IN WINNIPEG

We understand if you only need movers to get you from Point A to Point B. But did you know that Two Small Men offers additional opt-in moving services that can help make your move even easier? Check out our Moving Services page and talk to your Move Coordinator to learn more about these services!  

 

Packing Supplies & Services 

We offer professional packing and unpacking services – you can book packing day in advance of your move, and a Two Small Men crew will come safely pack your belongings while you focus on other moving day prep. The tips and tricks our team has acquired after over 30 years of moving will ensure that your belongings are packed safely and snugly for same-condition arrival at your new home or office! 

 

Furniture Assembly & Disassembly  

Your first night in your new home shouldn’t be spent struggling to assemble furniture. Moving is exhausting, and you and your family deserve to sleep soundly in your own beds after what was likely an emotional day. Our crew can re-assemble most furniture on arrival at the new home so that all you have to do in the evening is relax and unwind! 

 

Storage Services 

Two Small Men is proud to partner with BigSteelBox to assist our customers with their storage needs. If you choose to move with a moving container, we can help with the loading and unloading process. 

BigSteelBoxes are shipping containers, so they are extremely secure. They’re wind, water, and rodent-proof and come equipped with a lockbox that protects your padlock from bolt cutters. 

BigSteelBox has locations across Canada, and they offer secure storage at their facilities. This is a very handy option because you’ll only have to load and unload your moving container once, even if you need storage in between your move! 

 

Junk Removal 

Let’s face it: one of the worst parts of moving is dealing with junk disposal afterward. You probably have a lot of move-related debris that needs to go such as packing paper or peanuts, Styrofoam, boxes, and more. Maybe you’ve decided it’s time for some new furniture and you’re just not sure how to get rid of that old chair that wouldn’t sell online. We can coordinate the junk removal for you, so after everything you do want is unloaded from our truck, let us load up what you don’t want and take it to the local junkyard for you.  

 

Item Donation 

Have stuff you want to get rid of that is gently used, but you haven’t been able to find the time or don’t have the space in your vehicle to get it to a local charity? There’s no reason to hold onto these items past moving day – we can coordinate the item donation for you and have partners in most cities who will happily accept donated goods.  

 

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We believe in our communities

At the very core of our values is our belief in giving back. We believe it is our duty to help support the communities in which we live, play, and work. More than a duty, though, it is a pleasure to be able to make a difference in the lives of the people we call neighbours.

This belief has led to us making meaningful connections in communities across Canada. We partner with local, grassroots organizations to find a way to make the greatest everyday impact in people’s lives. We believe in our communities.

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