We Are Beautiful
If you’re considering a business investment or expansion in the City of Greater Sudbury, we are here to assist. We work with businesses throughout the decision-making process and support the attraction, development and retention of business in the community.
Where is Sudbury, Ontario?
We are the first stop light north of Toronto on highway 400 and 69. Centrally located 390 km (242 mi) north of Toronto, 290 km (180 mi) east of Sault Ste. Marie and 483 km (300 mi) west of Ottawa, Greater Sudbury forms the hub of northern business activity.
Sudbury Leading the Way for BEV Transformation with Access to Land, Talent and Resources
Leveraging an unprecedented global demand for critical minerals, Sudbury’s 300 mining supply, technology and service firms are leading the way for high-tech advances in the Battery-Electric Vehicle (BEV) sector and the electrification of mines.
Greater Sudbury Sees Strong Growth in 2022
Aligning with growth in commercial and industrial sectors, Greater Sudbury’s residential sector continues to see strong investment in multi-unit and single-family dwellings. In 2022, the combined value of construction for new and renovated residential projects was $119 million and resulted in 457 units of new housing, the highest annual number in the last five years.
Greater Sudbury Development Corporation Appoints New Chair and Supports Clean Technologies
Jeff Portelance has been appointed as the chair of the Greater Sudbury Development Corporation (GSDC). Mr. Portelance joined the board in 2019 and brings experience in business development and sales as the Senior Manager of Corporate Development at Civiltek Limited. Service on the GSDC Board of Directors is an unpaid, volunteer position. The GSDC oversees a $1 million Community Economic Development Fund as well as the Arts Culture Grants and the Tourism Development Fund. These funds are received by the City of Greater Sudbury with Council approval to support the economic growth and sustainability of our community.
The City of Greater Sudbury Economic Development division understands that the situation around COVID-19 continues to change on a daily basis. We are working with our community partners, stakeholders and leaders to provide you with the most current information from trusted resources regarding COVID-19 to support our local business community.
If you have questions, businesses are encouraged contact the Economic Development office through its designated hotline 705-690-9937 or by email at [email protected].