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The City of Greater Sudbury is centrally located in Northeastern Ontario. With a mixture of both urban and rural living within its city limits, and thanks to its diverse and growing population, Sudbury offers something to suit everyone.

The stunning natural surroundings and 330 freshwater lakes within its municipal boundaries, make the region the ultimate destination for outdoor recreational activities, such as golfing, camping, skiing, hiking, fishing and snowmobiling. Retail boutiques and big box shopping, first-class dining, headline entertainment, an IMAX theatre, two world class science centres Science North and Dynamic Earth, provide thrilling activities for all ages. The city also hosts many annual events, such as the Blueberry Festival, Italian Festival, Northern Lights Festival Boréal, Cinéfest Sudbury International Film Festival, Summerfest music festival, LOL Sudbury Comedy Festival and more.

The education capital of Northern Ontario, Greater Sudbury boasts three post-secondary institutions: Laurentian University (including the Northern Ontario School of Medicine and the Laurentian School of Architecture), Cambrian College and Collège Boréal.


   Community Highlights


Distances From
Toronto: 390 km
Ottawa: 483 km

Average Home Price

Average Temperatures
January: -13°C
July: 19°C

Key Industries
Education & Research, Arts & Culture, Government, Health Care, Mining, Tourism

   Professions North/Partner Organization

YMCA Employment & Newcomer Services
10 Elm Street, Suite 112
Sudbury, ON P3E 5N3
Phone: (705) 674-2324

   Helpful Links

City of Greater Sudbury
Sudbury Immigration
Greater Sudbury Community Profile
Workforce Planning for Sudbury & Manitoulin

YMCA Newcomers Services
Contact Interculturel Francophone de Sudbury (CIFS)
Sudbury Multicultural and Folk Arts Association

1 Source: Statistics Canada 2011 Census
2 Source: Canadian Real Estate Association (January 2014)