Canadiana Motel

965 Lorne Street, Sudbury, P3C 4S1, Canada

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60%

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Excellent
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Good For Families
  • Families100
  • Couples60
  • Solo100
  • Business50
  • you could not pay me to stay there again

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    Place was filthy!! If I wanted clean sheets or towels I was asked why. Bed sheets had cigarette burns in them and were stained. It stunk like stale smoke and marijuana in my NON SMOKING room.

    Unique Quality: So not worth the $80 plus tax for a 2 bed room.

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Travel Tips for Sudbury

Hiking along the French River

by Faiza-Ifrah

About 100 kms before Sudbury, one can see Highway 69 pass over the French River. Cars can be parked in the adjacent parking lot and a long hiking cum trekking trip can be made on the tracks following the river.

The hike on the top of the mountains overlooking the river in the ravine below offers many picturesque scenes.

However, black flies and mosquitoes can easily turn children restless during a photography session.

CITY OF GREATER SUDBURY

by channah_123

"GETTING THERE"

Intercity Bus Terminal

Greyhound Travel Services - Greyhound Canada
Sudbury, ON
705-671-2219
705-524-9900

Ontario Northland
Sudbury, ON
705-524-9900

Airport Shuttle
Toll Free 1-866-230-3332 or (705) 566-0375
www.sudburyairportshuttle.com

OR CHECK OUT :

1-800-ONTARIO (668-2746)
www.ontariotravel.net

Ontario Outdoor Adventures - www.ontariooutdoor.com

Canada Traveller Information
http://www.passages.gc.ca/menu-en.asp

Canadian Tourism Commission
www.travelcanada.ca

"The largest centre in northeastern Ontario"

A few facts:
- Sudbury is officially a bilingual (English and French) city with a multicultural population.
- Sudbury is the gateway to Northern Ontario today located on the Trans-Canada Highway. In the era of exploration, it lay just north of the major fur-trading route into Western Canada.
- Check out http://www.foundlocally.com/Sudbury/Local/Info-CityHistory.htm for a history of Sudbury including information about The Canadian Shield and Native Indians.
- Also visit http://www.foundlocally.com/Sudbury/Local/Info-VisitorTips.htm for visitor informatio and major attractions

"Science North and The Big Nickel Mine"

Located where it is because of an ancient meteor strike making the ground rich in nickel, made accessible because of the trans-continental railroad and then the Trans-Canada Highway.

Sudbury

by Tiffany27

"The Place I've been Most"

Sudbury....I've been here many many times..any chance i get actually...well I come here lots because a lot of my close family member live here,to watch movies, and to go shopping. Well I have stayed in the Ramada in a few times..it was okay becuase it had a pool and hot tub.Sudbury has a few malls...most oof them are strip malls the Best one is The New Sudbury Shopping Centre is more popluar one. They have all the essentials that you need..they even have a tattoo and piercing palour in one of those strip malls (i know i've been there twice...ahahha).They have many resturants as well...fast food,slow food.chinese food, diffent types....They have a huge movie theatre called Silvercity..i've been there many times as well. It's a pretty good place to go if you live in a boring town..or a small town..it's only two hours away from where i live!!

Sudbury Ontario

by Simonneeddy

"THE STACK ( 1985)"

NO longer do they pollute Sudbury as the stack is so tall it sends the pollution to Muskoka cottage country.

"Family Reunion"

July 2001. (All members of my Family) Waiting for The Cortina Cruise boat at the dock on Ramsey Lake in the heart of Sudbury. Daughter and husband and 4 adopted children from Tucson Arizona, Daughter and husband from Toronto , sister from Point-des-Cascades Que. Daughter who lives in Sudbury, myself and Simonne from Joliette Quebec.

"THE CORTINA CRUISE BOAT"

There are 33 lakes (full of fish) in the area of Sudbury . This is one in the heart of the city called RAMSEY LAKE We are embarking on the Cruise Boat CORTINA for a 2 hour tour of the lake.
Sudbury is the largest center in Northern Ontario. The REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF SUDBURY has 162,000 population. The CITY OF SUDBURY has 93,000 app.
It is known as the NICKLE CITY because of the nickle and copper mines exploited in the area.
It is one of the sunniest cities in Ontario.It's pollution level is lower than TORONTO and Hamilton. THERE ARE 90 LAKES IN THE REGIONAL BOUNDARIES If you are a fisherman or love boating etc. it is the place for you

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