News & Events from Kitchener-Waterloo Movers

October 17, 2013

World Food Day is Everyday

By: Heather @ 2:30 pm

According to the Canadian Health Calendar, World Food Day is on October 16th. While this day has passed, that doesn’t mean that we should be any less aware of how many people need food, water and basic everyday supplies that we often take for granted. At Westmount Moving and Warehousing we understand this need and try to be as involved in our community as possible, whether it is donating money or lending a helping hand. As a proud part of the Kitchener-Waterloo community, we wanted to bring attention to the Food Bank of the Waterloo region. On October 17th (and on other dates as well) they will be donating food and supplies to families in need.

They are currently searching for volunteers to assist in the following tasks:

  • Drivers and assistants to help with scheduled pick-ups (the drivers must have G license and a clean driving record).
  • Volunteers are needed in the warehouse as food support assisting the food team with moving product.
  • Also needed is general warehouse work with forklift experience being an asset.
  • Lastly, food quality control including corporate and perishable food sorting.

For more information, please visit this link

April 4, 2013

2013 IIHF Ice Hockey Women’s World Championship

By: Heather @ 5:30 pm

Westmount Moving is proud to support the 2013 Ice Hockey Women’s World Championship

GO Team Canada GO!!!

August 20, 2012

2nd Annual Golf Classic a success

By: Heather @ 10:31 am

THANK YOU for making the 2nd annual Westmount Moving Golf Classic a success. With your support, we were able to reach & surpass our fundraising goal in support of the Tour de Force 2012.

On Friday, we raised close to $42,000.00! This donation will be made to support Canada Company’s efforts in providing scholarship funds and children’s camps to families of fallen or deployed Canadian Forces personnel. Please visit for more details.

Friday’s golf tournament was a fun filled day, visit the website to see additional pictures from the tournament.

September 19, 2011

Tour de Force – Day 7 (Finish)

By: Heather @ 6:28 pm

Day 7

Ste Anne de Bellevue to the Montreal Garrison
Stop at the Old port for lunch and visited the HMCS Montreal ship
Closing ceremony at the Montreal Garrison, welcomed by a gun salute and pipers.

48km for the day

September 18, 2011

Tour de Force – Day 6

By: Heather @ 6:26 pm

Day 6

Cornwall, ON to Ste Anne de Bellevue, Qc

97Km for the day
Tour de Force - day 6

September 17, 2011

Tour de Force – Day 5

By: Heather @ 6:25 pm

Day 5

Brockville to Cornwall
Hosted by the Stormont, Dundas, Glengarry Highlanders Regiment (Cornwall Armoury) for dinner and tour.

107km for the day
Tour de Force - day 5

September 16, 2011

Tour de Force – Day 4

By: Heather @ 6:23 pm

Day 4
From Kingston to Brockville.

Dinner: Brockville Rifles Regiment officers Mess

Evening event: Tour of the Armouries and Regimental Museum and training exercise with the Brockville Rifles Regiment (at the Brockville Armoury)

82km for the day

September 15, 2011

Tour de Force – Day 3

By: Heather @ 6:37 pm

Day 3

Rednersville to Kingston (Norm, a 91 year old WW2 veteran rode with us for 10km out of Rednersville)

Dinner at the MHSC Cataraqui Naval Officers Mess

RHIB (Rigid-hull inflatable boat) rides after dinner

110km for the day

September 14, 2011

Tour de Force – days 1 and 2

By: Heather @ 6:19 pm

Day 1.

Started off at the Air Canada Centre in downtown Toronto.
Rode 30 km with a Toronto Police escort through downtown Toronto.
Finished off at Port of Newcastle.

89km for the day.

Dinner at the Col RS McLaughlin Armoury in Oshawa – The Ontario Regiment Officers’ Mess

Day 2.

Visit with the Sky Hawks
Floor hockey game (Tour de Force riders & several Belleville Bulls players)
Ended at CFB Trenton.

98 – 130km – depending on the group

September 12, 2011

Tour de Force kicks off!

By: Heather @ 8:11 pm

Westmount's Tour de Force team sets out from the Air Canada CentreThis year’s Tour de Force started on September 12th from the Air Canada Centre.

Westmount Moving’s Joe Gagnon, Jennifer McNaughton Laura Johnson and J.P. Richard are all set to start the weeklong bike ride from Toronto to Montreal.


Money raised during the Tour de Force are donated to families of fallen Canadian forces personnel to assist with educational costs as well as summer camps.

Best of luck to our riders – we are very proud of you!

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