A bilingual city. French and...
A bilingual city. French and English. Many great schools and Universities for which it is noted. They are both French and English. 'SCIENCE NORTH' is a world class science center. It is the biggest tourist attraction in Northern Ontario. It is situated on the lake . WEB SITE---http://www.city.greatersudbury.on.ca
Regular things to do while staying in Sudbury
"La Renaissance European Day Spa & Lounge"
La Renaissance European Day Spa and Lounge offers two facilities in Sudbury. The day spa in downtown is a full-service health spa with a range of body care, facial and massage treatments and packages while La Renaissance Studio in South Sudbury is a manicure and pedicure lounge also offering waxing, tinting and make-up services. Both are open Tuesday through Saturday.
Address: 283 Cedar St. | Sudbury, ON | P3B 1M8
Tel: 1 705 675-2333
"Go-cart racing !"
Sudbury Kartways features a go-cart race track and club, batting cages and an 18-hole mini golf course. The facilities are open daily until midnight.
Address: 842 Notre Dame Ave. | Sudbury, ON
Tel: 1 705 566-9266
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Wild Women Expeditions is an all-women outdoor adventure company based in Northern Ontario. Offering an array of paddling, hiking, cycling and mountain biking trips and tours across Canada, women of any age can join a summer adventure or retreat that explores the Canadian wilderness.
Address: . | Sudbury, ON | P3E 4N5
Tel: 1 705 866-1260
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the greater city of Sudbury!
"Things to do in Sudbury."
There are many things to do in Sudbury such as go carting in the spring, and summer time, also there is the theater which is open all year round and shows great new films that come out every week. There is also a big mall with different stores in the mall. I also do some visiting when i go there for the weekend or the week days.
More than the World's nickel capital!
We moved up to Sudbury in October 2003. I must admit there was very little for us to be excited about. We had an impression that Sudbury was a blue-collar town known only for its nickel mines and blackened terrain. But once we finally made our way up there from Toronto, we were amazed to find a vibrant city with a strong sense of community and environmental consciousness.
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