Welcome to the City of Greater Sudbury! This is indeed a wonderful place to call home – read on and you'll see just why so many people are proud to live in this community. Visit Our Roots Our Future, Sudbury's immigration story to view testimonials of Newcomers relocating in the City of Greater Sudbury.

map of ontario Greater Sudbury's population is 160,770 and is located 390 kilometres north of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Greater Sudbury is one of the largest municipalities, by area, in Canada with plenty of open space, freshwater lakes, pristine forests and woodlands, parks, recreational facilities, and real estate opportunities. With a low population density of 47.1 people per square kilometre, we can offer you a unique Northern lifestyle and superb quality of life unique to Ontario and like no other. Our community is inclusive, dynamic and driven by our greatest asset – our people! Greater Sudbury , located in Ontario, Canada, enjoys four seasons – Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter. Whether you are a newcomer or a current resident, Sudburians are able to enjoy a vast array of festivals, events and recreational activities that can change as the seasons do. When traveling to Greater Sudbury, you have a number of options. You can travel by air, land or rail.



The City of Greater Sudbury contains 330 lakes within its municipal boundaries. At 13,257 hectares (32,758.8 acres) in area, Lake Wanapitei becomes the largest city-contained lake in the world. Greater Sudbury's urban core also boasts numerous lakes which are a valued natural amenity. Located in the heart of Greater Sudbury, Ramsey Lake provides public access within walking distance of the downtown core. For detailed street maps, please consult the Mapbook & Geocode Street Guide for the City of Greater Sudbury. To view digital aerial photography (orthoimagery) of the City of Greater Sudbury, see our complete collection of aerial photos.

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