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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.
A feature film and documentary series are setting up to film in Greater Sudbury this month. The feature film Orah is produced by Amos Adetuyi, a Nigerian/Canadian and Sudbury-born filmmaker. He is the Executive Producer of the CBC series Diggstown, and produced Café Daughter, which shot in Sudbury earlier in 2022. The production will be filming from earlier to mid-November.
Pre-production has begun this week on Zombie Town, a film based on a novel by R.L Stine, featuring Dan Aykroyd, directed by Peter Lepeniotis and produced by John Gillespie from Trimuse Entertainment, shooting in August and September 2022. This is the second film Trimuse has produced in Greater Sudbury, the other being 2017’s the Curse of Buckout Road.
The local economy continues to grow and diversify as the City of Greater Sudbury moves forward with the Economic Recovery Strategic Plan. The City is focusing its attention and resources on key actions that will support the community's efforts in recovery from challenges as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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].