Moving from Ottawa to Toronto

Affordable, Safe, Effortless Moves with Award-Winning Movers

Beat the stress and anxiety of relocating to Toronto from Ottawa with one of the top moving teams in Canada. We are 8-time winners of Best of HomeStars, rated A+ on the Better Business Bureau, and certified by the Canadian Association of Movers. You will work with a professional, highly trained team that makes moves feel like a breeze.

End-to-End Cross-Province Moving Services

Enjoy personal attention and specialized services to make your long-distance move from Ottawa to Toronto effortless. With 2,000+ satisfied reviews on HomeStars, Google Reviews, and Facebook, you can trust our team to make your move hassle-free with the following services:

  • Single item and heirloom moves
  • Piano moves
  • Office and warehouse moves
  • Condo and apartment moves
  • Moving supplies
  • Inventory, stock, and equipment moves
  • Large home moves
  • Storage

Our comprehensive virtual inventory and a helpful customer support team ensure you remain in control of costs. We are known for ensuring your final invoice is as close to the initial estimate as possible and not including hidden costs to overinflate the


    Local Moving Services in Toronto

    How Much Does Moving from Ottawa to Toronto Cost?

    Though you are not crossing provincial lines when you move from Ottawa to Toronto, the move is still considered a long-distance move. The drive between the two cities is around 400 km and can take over a day to complete.

    That’s a big advantage for you as the move is priced according to the total weight of the items you are moving rather than on an hourly basis. It means you don’t have to worry about rising costs if your movers get stuck in peak-hour traffic on the 401.

    Fill out our virtual inventory or speak to our team to receive an accurate estimate for your move.


    Since you will be transporting goods via a commercial vehicle in Ontario, it’s likely that Ontario’s Carriage of Goods laws will apply to your move. To find out if a bill of lading is required for your move, speak to us.

    If you are a business moving equipment, machinery, stock, or other business assets, municipal duties may apply.

    Toronto sees a continental climate, meaning average temperatures hover around -4 degrees Celsius in January, while average July temperatures are around 22 degrees Celsius.

    The city is located next to Lake Ontario and is surrounded by additional lakes. The city is situated on a relatively flat plateau that has numerous river valleys running through it.

    Over the years, Toronto has been home to hundreds of thousands of newcomers from across the world. This has transformed the city into a diverse and multi-cultural place, with many neighborhoods highlighting this diversity through food, architecture, entertainment, and more.

    Toronto is a cosmopolitan city that is considered one of Canada’s top financial centers. It offers some of the highest standards of living in Canada but also has a high cost of living.

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