MONTREAL, July 1, 2012 /CNW Telbec/ - Moving day has finally arrived and for many Quebeckers this means closing up the last boxes, loading the truck, and bustling about to get everything done. In the rush to settle in to your new home, you may be causing unnecessary injuries. To get you moving without mishap, Kijiji Québec has enlisted the help of Mathieu Drugeon, Communications Director for the Fédération des Kinésiologues du Québec, to offer important tips for lifting heavy loads.
But there's more to moving than just safety. We all know moving takes a toll on you physically and Kijiji Québec is here to help. Moving crews will roam the streets of Montreal today welcoming new residents and lending them a hand.
Would you like to see Mathieu Drugeon and the crews in action? Join them from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. in the Villeray neighborhood of Montreal. Mr. Drugeon will be in the streets offering professional advice to amateur movers.
|A health professional available to help and advise people on how to move safely
|Kijiji crews dressed in 1980s-style workout gear ready to welcome new residents
|People moving on July 1 with stories to tell
|Interview and photo opportunities
|Sunday, July 1, 2012
|From 8:30 to 10:30 a.m.
|Mathieu Drugeon, kinesiologist, Communications Director for the Fédération des Kinésiologues du Québec
|The Kijiji moving crews
|A Montreal couple who are moving
|8241 De Gaspé, Montreal
|To contact us the day of the event, please call Véronique Beauchamp at 514 715-8376 or Miriam Lauzon at 514 686-1384.
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