Moving To Kingston.Moving To Kinston?

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Kingston Telephone Contacts

  • Emergency . . . 911
  • Citizenship and Immigration Canada . . . 1-888-242-2100
  • Post Office . . . 613-530-2260
  • Union Gas . . . 1-888-774-3111
  • Consumers Gas . . . 1-800-267-3616
  • Hydro one . . . 1-888-664-9376
  • Electric . . . 1-800-434-1235
  • Airport . . . 613-389-6404
  • Animal Services . . . 613-546-4291
  • CAA . . . 1-800-222-4357
  • Utilities Kingston . . . 613-546-0000
  • City Hall . . . 613-546-0000
  • Property Standards . . . 613-546-5291
  • Telephone (bell) . . . 310-2355
  • Telephone (Sprint) . . . 1-800-593-6678
  • Telephone (Primus) . . . 1-800-433-3325
  • Internet Service (Bell) . . . 1-866-878-5998
  • Cable TV (Cogeco) . . . 1-800-267-9000
  • Area Recycling Centre (KARC). . . 613-546-0000
  • Garbage Disposal . . . 613-546-0000
  • Hospital ...(KGH)613-548-3232 ,(Hotel Dieu)613-544-3310
  • Motor Vehicle (plates/license) . . . 613-389-0521, 613-536-5722
  • All schools Info . . . 1-800-387-5514
  • Land Registry Office . . . 613-543-6767
  • Property Assessment Review Board . . . 1-800-263-3237
  • Revenue Canada . . . 1-800-959-8281
  • Scott Reid MP . . . 1-866-277-1577
  • Norman Sterling MPP . . . 1-800-267-1020
  • Social Services . . . 613-546-2695
  • Children's Services . . . 613-546-2695
  • Legal Aid Ontario . . . 613-546-1179
  • Long Term Care . . . 613-546-4264
  • Tenant Protection Act . . . 1-888-332-3234
  • Birth . . . 613-546-4291 ext 1207
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Moving Considerations

Pick up a Change-of-Address Kit from the Post Office and fill out for:
  • Friends and family
  • Banks
  • Insurance companies
  • Credit card companies
  • Magazines and newspapers - cancel local newspaper delivery
  • Memberships
  • Motor club membership
  • Doctors, Optometrist, dentists and other providers - transfer drug prescriptions
  • Lawyer/Accountant/Stockbroker
  • Past employer - for tax slips
  • Government agencies for taxes and direct deposits
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Keep the following handy:

  • First aid kit
  • Prescription medicine
  • Snacks, sandwiches, bottled water
  • Coffee/electric coffeepot
  • Baby food, diapers, favorite toys
  • Pet food, treats, medication
  • Telephone Book from old location
  • Plastic plates, cups, utensils, can openers, paper towels, napkins, garbage bags
  • Toothbrushes, toothpaste, soap, shampoo, toilet paper, contact lens case, solution, towels, hygiene products
  • Flashlights, candles, matches, screwdrivers, tape measure, gloves, pliers, scissors, light bulbs, knife
  • Enough clothing for a few days, sleeping bags, blankets
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Don't Forget To Transfer:

  • Checking and Savings accounts, Safe Deposit Box
  • Medical records
  • Dental records
  • School records
  • Insurance coverage (life, health, fire, auto, and homeowners)
  • Prescriptions
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Important records and documents you should keep with you:

  • Identification cards and drivers licenses, Vehicle titles
  • Medical records and health insurance cards
  • Check book and bank cards
  • Insurance policies
  • Birth Certificates and Passports, Military records
  • School records for children
  • Records for your pets
  • Stock, bonds and other related items
  • Mortgage records, Marriage license, Tax records
  • any record or document that you think is important
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Items Movers usually won't move:

  • Flammable items
  • Combustible items
  • Aerosol cans
  • Hazardous materials
  • Gasoline/Propane/Oils
  • Paints/Varnishes/Paint Thinners
  • Cleaning Chemicals
  • Ammunition and Explosives
  • Plants
  • Valuables
  • Insecticides
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