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- Sudbury is a provincial electoral district in Ontario, Canada, that has been represented in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario since 1908.
- Sudbury is the dominant city in Northeastern Ontario, and Thunder Bay is the dominant city in Northwestern Ontario.
- Sudbury is the commercial centre of northeastern Ontario.
- Sudbury was incorporated as a town in 1883, and as a city in 1930.
- Sudbury was known for many years as a wasteland.
- See "McIntaggart likes leader's moustache", Sudbury Star, 24 December 2005, A3. He also highlighted the need for more long-term care beds in Sudbury.
- This is a list of people from the Canadian city of Greater Sudbury, Ontario.
- Kevin Serviss was born in Iroquois, Ontario, and raised in Guilletville near Sudbury.
- Kevin Serviss is an ex-police officer, assistant pastor, and unsuccessful political candidate in Sudbury, Canada.
- Sudbury also has a fairly moderate but active LGBT community.
- Sandra Shamas (born 1957 in Sudbury, Ontario) is a Canadian comedic actress and writer.
- Sandra Shamas was born in 1957 in the northern Ontario mining town of Sudbury to middle-Eastern parents whose marriage had been arranged.
- Along with other NDP legislators from the Sudbury area, he frequently called for Inco 's nickel mine in the city to be nationalized.
- The Majors won the OHA title in 1935, and went on to play the Northern Ontario champion Sudbury Cub Wolves.
- CKNC is a former Canadian television station, which broadcast in Greater Sudbury, Ontario.
- It also occurs in nickel -bearing ores found in the Sudbury, Ontario region with other platinum group metals.
- The CBC’s first privately owned affiliate television station, CKSO in Sudbury, Ontario, launched in October 1953.
- The Sudbury Arena is a 4,758-seat (5,743 standing) multi-purpose arena in the downtown core of Greater Sudbury, Ontario, Canada.
- The Sudbury Arena is a 6,000-seat multi-purpose arena in Sudbury, Ontario Canada.
- As the largest city in Northeastern Ontario, Greater Sudbury is the region's primary media centre.
- Greater Sudbury serves as the health care centre for much of northeastern Ontario through the Sudbury Regional Hospital.
- Party Novelties in Sudbury filled only one order for buttons for the campaign of Liberal candidate J.Y. Robert in Sudbury East.
- Sudbury East was a provincial electoral riding in the Canadian province of Ontario, which existed from 1967 to 1999.
- Capreol is a community in the Ontario city of Greater Sudbury.
- The platinum arsenide, sperrylite (PtAs 2), is a major source of platinum associated with nickel ores in the Sudbury Basin deposit in Ontario, Canada.
- Sperrylite, occurring with the nickel-bearing deposits of Sudbury, Ontario, is the source of a considerable amount of metal.
- Lime was spread over the charred soil of the Sudbury region by hand and by aircraft.
- Unfortunately in a committee room protest, the OHA title was taken away from Oshawa while games were already underway with Sudbury.
- The city is also home to a harness racing track, located in Azilda, called Sudbury Downs.
- The family settled in Sudbury, Ontario, where, at the age of nine, Baumann became involved in competitive swimming, training at Laurentian University.
- The Sudbury Symphony Orchestra is a symphony orchestra which makes its home in the Canadian city of Sudbury, Ontario.
- He was raised in Azilda, just northwest of Sudbury, Ontario.
- Although the quantity at Sudbury is very small, the large amount of nickel ore processed makes rhodium recovery cost effective.
- The five towns and two cities of the region were amalgamated by provincial order on January 1, 2001 to become the city of Greater Sudbury.
- Thunder Airlines is adding more aircraft to the tarmac at their Sudbury and Timmins bases.
- Construction of the multi-million dollar renovation and expansion of Greater Sudbury Airport is now complete.
- On the same day, the existing television station in Sudbury, CKSO, switched affiliation to CTV and adopted the new call letters CICI.
- Prior to the construction of the Superstack, the waste gases caused severe ecological damage in the area around Sudbury.
- The picture to the right is a result of sulfide mining from Sudbury, Ontario.
- As a result, these gases can be detected in the atmosphere around Greater Sudbury in a 240 km (150 miles) radius of the Inco plant.
- Mr Rick Bartolucci (Sudbury): I rise to commend the member from Sarnia for her very good presentation on the budget.
- Fawcett's daughter is married to Elie Martel, who was the Member of Provincial Parliament for Sudbury East from 1967 to 1987.
- Marie and Sudbury, CTV is committed to producing timely, relevant, accurate "news for the north".
- Marie) and the Ministry of Northern Development and Mines (whose head office is in Greater Sudbury).
- Marleau's husband, Paul Marleau, is a prominent businessman in Sudbury who ran for mayor of the city in 2003.
- He has served as the mayor of Greater Sudbury, Ontario since 2006.
- The ore deposits in Sudbury are part of a large geological structure known as the Sudbury Basin, believed to be the remnants of a meteorite impact crater.
- Blake played junior and senior hockey in the Sudbury area and was part of the 1932 Memorial Cup champions, the Sudbury Cub Wolves.
- Of the mediæval archbishops, in 1381 Simon of Sudbury fell a victim to Wat Tyler and his followers when they attacked Lambeth Palace.
- In 1970, the station was acquired by Cambrian Broadcasting, the owner of CKSO in Sudbury, and adopted the current CKNY callsign.
- CICI (also commonly known as CTV Northern Ontario) is a Canadian television station, broadcasting in Sudbury, Ontario.
- CICI-TV is a Canadian television station, broadcasting in Sudbury, Ontario.
- Instead, stores in Sudbury begin their post-Christmas Boxing Day sales on December 27.
- He was raised in a town called Azilda, just northwest of Sudbury.
- The town is on the Sudbury River, 18 miles (29 km) southwest of downtown Boston.
- In the 1650s, several families left the nearby town of Sudbury, 18 miles west of Boston, to start a new town.
- In common usage, the city is still generally referred to as Sudbury.
- Gary Waycik -- a former Sudbury resident who worked for Scouts Canada -- was the victim of the fatal car crash on Elm Street in Sudbury on Thursday.
- The Gainsborough Line is the marketing name of the Sudbury Branch Line, a railway line from Sudbury to Marks Tey.
- During the festivals additional late-evening trains on the Sudbury Branch Line allow festival-goers to return home by train.
- Other important sources of this precious metal are the Sudbury Basin in Canada and the nickel-copper-palladium deposits near Norilsk in Russia.
- The Creighton Mine site in Sudbury is the site of the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory, the lowest background radiation particle detector in the world.
- The Superstack sits atop the largest nickel smelting operation in the world at Inco's Copper Cliff processing facility in the city of Greater Sudbury.
- In 1979, Sudbury became the first city in Canada to install a TTY line in the mayor's office to help improve service to deaf citizens.
- As a result, Sudbury was widely, although not entirely accurately, known for many years as a wasteland.
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