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The City of Greater Sudbury is an urban jewel nestled amidst the natural beauty of lakes and forests in the heart of Northeastern Ontario. Offering a unique mix of urban amenities and natural surroundings, Greater Sudbury is a thriving landscape. With 330 freshwater lakes, Greater Sudbury’s 157 thousand plus residents enjoy an abundance of recreational activities, a rich colourful heritage, several business sectors, and excellent educational opportunities. Considered by many as the Regional Centre of Northeastern Ontario, Sudbury’s early roots can be traced back to 1883 and the development of the transnational railway. Its vast mineral resources have resulted in unparalleled growth. Today, Greater Sudbury is a diversified regional


centre for mining, technology, education, government and health services with great connections to neighbouring communities and beyond. The city is located 390 kilometres north of Toronto and 483 km west of Ottawa, where the Trans Canada Highway 17 and Highway 69 converge.


With seasonal weather conditions, Sudburians are able to enjoy a vast array of festivals, events and recreational activities that can change as the seasons do. Greater Sudbury falls are rich with festivals including the Jazz Sudbury Festival, Summerfest, Cinefest Sudbury International Film Festival, Canadian Garlic Festival and the Downtown Sudbury Ribfest.


A host to tourist destinations like Science North and Dynamic Earth, and shopping and dining to suit every appetite, Greater Sudbury is a city for the creative, curious and adventuresome. Whatever your lifestyle, Greater Sudbury has something for you!


Education


Take one look at Greater Sudbury’s educational system and you’ll see that Greater Sudbury has invested heavily in its future by developing outstanding schools from Kindergarten through 12 and beyond. As the regional centre for learning and applied research in Northeastern Ontario, Greater Sudbury is home to four school boards, private schools and several postsecondary institutions such as Laurentian University, Cambrian College, and College Boreal, one of only two francophone colleges in Ontario. Greater Sudbury educational opportunities offer comprehensive and challenging curriculums.


In 2005, the Northern Ontario School of Medicine opened in Greater Sudbury and became the first new medical school in Canada in more than 30 years. Canada's first new school of architecture in 40 years, Laurentian Architecture is expected to open in September 2011 as a downtown satellite campus of Laurentian University, and will offer a 4-year undergraduate program and a 2-year graduate program in architecture. Also in development is a Francophone graduate program, which will be the first of its kind in North America. The school will feature a co-operative work program, thus allowing students to explore the world through international employment placements. A design-build senior class requirement will partner students and Laurentian Architecture with various Northern communities. Students will benefit from working in collaboration with members of the community to develop specific design solutions to the challenges faced within Northern Ontario.


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