22 May 2019

River Heights is a great place to raise a family with many beautiful homes and a great school system. Most of the homes were built in the early to mid 1900’s, which gives the tree-lined streets of River Heights plenty of character. Adjacent to the Assiniboine river, the neighbourhood got it’s name due it’s geographic […]

22 May 2019

St. Norbert is technically outside of the perimeter, we here at Riverbend Movers have never had any doubt in our mind that it’s part of the Winnipeg family! Located on the south side of the city, it’s the closest community to the flood gates. Home to St Norbert every summer is the Farmer’s Market where […]

22 May 2019

With a population of over fifty thousand people, Saint Boniface is home to Manitoba’s largest Franco-Manitoban population. In addition Old St. Boniface, the region also covers Norwood, Windsor Park, Southdale, Southland Park, Royalwood, Sage Creek and Island Lakes, plus a large industrial area. With lots of famous landmarks including the Cathedral, Provencher Bridge and St. […]

22 May 2019

Located in the south western part of Winnipeg, Charleswood is one of the oldest communities in Winnipeg. There’s some debate as to why it was called Charleswood, with some believing it was after Charles Kelly, while others believe it was named after St. Charles. Whatever you chose to believe, Riverbend Movers doesn’t discriminate, we offer […]

10 Oct 2013

Cannon to the right of them, Cannon to the left of them! No, we are not recreating a scene from the famous 1854 poem by Alfred Tennyson. This is simply an example of the vast amount of work that Riverbend Movers handles everyday. Whether you are moving house to house, moving cross country, moving internationally […]