Yes I realize that, but you do not have PAL TV's & DVD players, so we are bringing them with us. Some other gear that cannot be found locally for the prices we bought them also need tx's.
Further to what 57 said, many disc players don't care whether your discs are PAL or NTSC, or what region your discs may be coded for; if desired, they can convert format too. Many panel displays sold here will also handle both PAL and NTSC if required (i.e. player doesn't convert). VHS or other gear that uses synchronous motors would be an issue though (50Hz vs 60Hz).
Transformers, even the size to "just" handle a display or a smallish amplifier say, buzz enough you definitely will hear them if in the same room with the volume turned down. That said, Hammond is a well-regarded Canadian brand that can supply what you want. They are typically sold at the best prices in the Toronto area at electro-sonic; they have branches/stores in other large Canadian cities. You are probably wanting to look under "auto-transformer" to minimize size/cost/buzz. Good luck with the move.
Edit: took a quick look, and e-sonic's site is about as helpful as their customer service usually is (IME), they are quite strict and inflexible re policies to deal with, I guess how they keep their prices lower. I was thinking of the Hammond EQMJ, I have one of those. It cost $250 some years ago and converts 120 to 240V, 2000VA. Next size up (and largest in this series) is ESMJ @3000VA for ~ double the price. Gives you an idea anyway. As you can guess, these transformers have a lot of iron and weigh a lot, so I was thinking a local vendor (to your relocation) would be best to keep the shipping cost less than the trannie cost... Otherwise, Signal makes some very nice stuff.