Greater Sudbury Area
The City of Greater Sudbury is located on the western shore of Ramsey Lake, about 60 km north of Georgian Bay. It is mostly famous for the Sudbury Basin and for being the mining capital of Canada and North America (it has nine operating mines, two mills, two smelters, and a nickel refinery).
The City of Greater Sudbury is comprised of several former towns and villages that were amalgamated into one city in 2001. The largest and most well-known of these is Sudbury, the location of the main urban core. Other notable communities include Capreol, Nickel Centre, Onaping Falls, Rayside-Balfour, Valley East and Walden, as well as several unincorporated townships Fraleck, Parkin, Aylmer, Mackelcan, Rathbun, Scadding, Dryden, Cleland and Dill.
The City of Greater Sudbury is the largest city in Northern Ontario by population, with a population of 166,004. Sudbury has an excellent selection of modern and period properties within easy reach of the town centre as well as a wide range of high street and independent stores, restaurants, bars and coffee shops.
As the judicial seat for the District of Sudbury, the City of Greater Sudbury serves as an important legal center for Northern Ontario. In addition to its many mines and other businesses, the city is also home to a number of universities and colleges, making it a great place to live and work.
Sudbury has an excellent selection of modern and period properties within easy reach of the town centre as well as a wide range of high street and independent stores, restaurants, bars and coffee shops.
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