Latest Updates

December 8, 2023
Lorraine Street Affordable Housing Project

City Council has approved the development of a 40-unit affordable housing building on Lorraine Street which will support people and populations who are vulnerable.

November 7, 2023
Greater Sudbury Summit on Toxic Drugs

On December 7 and 8, 2023, the City of Greater Sudbury and Public Health Sudbury & Districts are hosting the Greater Sudbury Summit on Toxic Drugs. This Summit will bring together leaders from diverse community sectors, including health, education, municipal, Indigenous, social services, persons with lived and living experience, academia, and more, to review the magnitude of, and response to, the toxic drug crisis in Greater Sudbury.

February 14, 2023
City remains committed to meeting the needs of our unsheltered and unhoused residents

In January 2023, The Superior Court of Justice decided on The Regional Municipality of Waterloo Applicant v. Persons Unknown and to be Ascertained Respondent(s) (CV-22-717).

December 6, 2022
ACTT 3 Transitional Housing

A program that provides housing and support for individuals who are homeless and have complex needs that require intensive supports to achieve housing stability.

December 6, 2022
Bridge Housing

The use of local motel rooms to bridge individuals between homelessness and permanent housing.

December 6, 2022
Flex Funds

The flex funding program is intended to provide quick and easy access to funds for front line service providers to find creative solutions to barriers to accessing or returning to permanent housing.

June 2, 2022
Memorial Park Water Fountain

The water fountain in Memorial Park is currently turned off.

June 1, 2022
Encampment Response

The City continues to respond to encampments in the community by following strategies outlined in the Encampment Response Guide. 

May 6, 2022
City Recognized for Achieving a Quality By-Name List

The City of Greater Sudbury has been recognized by Built For Zero (BFZ) Canada for achieving a Quality By-Name List for chronic homelessness.

April 8, 2022
Construction of Temporary Supervised Consumption and Treatment Services Site Complete

The City of Greater Sudbury has completed renovations to the trailers off Energy Court, which will house a temporary supervised consumption and treatment services site.

April 1, 2022
Reminder of Programs and Services

A reminder of the programs and services available to our community's vulnerable population.

March 15, 2022
City and Partners Take Next Steps in Memorial Park Encampment Closure

Since October 2021, the City has been working with partners to make every attempt possible to connect with individuals living in Memorial Park and support them to secure a temporary or permanent housing option. 

March 11, 2022
The Elgin Street Mission and Blue Door Soup Kitchen Will be Reopening

The Elgin Street Mission and Blue Door Soup Kitchen will be reopening on March 14, 2022, offering indoor dining and drop-in services.

February 16, 2022
Update on 1310 Sparks Street Project

This report provides a recommendation regarding the estimated cost escalation for the 1310 Sparks St. Development.

February 8, 2022
Encampment Update

There are no longer any tents in the 199 Larch St. courtyard area.

February 3, 2022
Community Builders Brings Social Enterprise North

Focused on Job Training, Affordable Housing, and Building a Stronger Sudbury.

February 2, 2022
The City of Greater Sudbury is Raising the Roof!

Each year, Raising the Roof’s national Toque Campaign sees hundreds of volunteers and supporters sell toques across the country. 

January 26, 2022
New emergency shelter beds for women

The Elizabeth Fry Society opened a new low barrier emergency shelter program for women, named Safe Harbour House, on January 24, 2022.

January 25, 2022
City Committed to Helping Residents Find Permanent, Affordable Housing

A look at some significant investments into Housing.

January 18, 2022
Homelessness Data

Learn more about our shelters, warming centres and Extreme Cold Weather Alert program.