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Greater Sudbury Airport
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Greater Sudbury Airport
Your journey begins with us. Avoid the hassles of the highway and travel worry-free with the Greater Sudbury Airport. Check here for arrivals, departures, traveller information and more!
Your Local Library
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Your Local Library
Greater Sudbury Public Library is proud to offer a wide range of bilingual services and collections which meet the information and leisure needs of all ages.
Heritage Museums
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Heritage Museums
Discover our rich past. Explore four local museums through digital imaging, audio and video. The site also features the INCO Triangle Digital Archives.
Invest Sudbury
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Invest Sudbury
The Greater Sudbury Development Corporation is the engine for local economic development. Explore initiatives to attract, develop and retain business in our city.
Sudbury Tourism
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Sudbury Tourism
Greater Sudbury is a place for adventure. Choose from world-renowned attractions, urban comforts and outdoor getaways. Packages are available.
Regional Business Centre
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Regional Business Centre
Let us help you find what you need to succeed. Our not-for-profit organization provides information and resources to fund, launch and grow your business, free of charge.
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Our Lifestyle

The things we do as part of our everyday lives can help us reduce our impact on the environment, keep us healthy and save us money. By making small changes we can make a big difference.

Choose an active lifestyle:

Active LifestyleBy living an active lifestyle we not only improve our health but we also help to reduce our impact on the environment.

If we walk or cycle to do errands or get to work instead of using our vehicles we can make a difference.

Landscape for energy efficiency:Landscape for Energy Efficiency

We can reduce our energy costs by planting trees to block the winter winds and shade south facing windows in the summer.

Reduce, reuse and recycle:

By participating in a recycling program we can dramatically reduce the amount of energy needed to produce finished products.Reduce, Reuse and Recycle

Similarly, reducing our consumption and repairing or reusing items instead of purchasing new will reduce energy use. Composting reduces the amount of garbage entering local landfills and is a more environmentally friendly alternative.

Visit Environment Canada's Take Action for the Environment web site. You'll find more information and tips to help you take action for a cleaner and healthier environment. 

Special thanks to Bob and Dog Mackenzie and the Northern Climate ExChange in Whitehorse, Yukon for use of their likeness, graphics and tips. During the past few years, Northern Climage ExChange mascots, Bob and Dog, have been educating Yukoners about climate change and energy efficiency. The illustrations are by Tanya Handley. More information on the Northern Climate Exchange is available at www.taiga.net/nce