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Living in Moncton, Canada:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Moncton, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked four people living in Moncton what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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Moncton, New Brunswick, is an up and coming university town. Local attractions provide an ideal study break or road trip opportunities, including but not limited to the immensely popular Fundy Park, the Magnetic Hill Zoo, and Parlee Beach Provincial Park. Moncton is also host to a variety of live music venues. The New Brunswick Casino and newly constructed Avenir center have been able to present phenomenal concerts of local, national, and internationally renowned artists. ZZ Top and Michael Bubblé are just some of the headliners that will be performing Moncton in the coming months. Sports are extremely important to the Monctonian community; our Wildcats and Aigles Bleus hockey games are often sold out and the Fisher Cats baseball games always invite a big crowd.

Hashir, says: 2020

When moving to Moncton, someone should know winters are harsh. The snowstorms are frequent and can cause low visibility. Although this is a deterrent to some people, those who love to ice skate and do other winter activities will wind winter weather delightful. The other seasons are gorgeous which makes up for the snowy winter.

Sameer, says: 2020

Moncton is the ideal place for someone to start a new life. It’s a perfect environment to raise a family and the community is very welcoming to newcomers. It has a lot of jobs for anybody looking to start a new career. I recommend it to everybody.

Allison, says: 2020

Moncton is officially bilingual and while that is largely seen as a good thing it can make it more difficult for people who are unilingual. Certain parts of the city tend to be more populated by people who speak one language or the other. That an be something one might want to consider when choosing where to live in the city.

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