We hope to see you at the next networking opportunity in the City of Greater Sudbury. Visit the Regional Business Centre for information and guidance on starting and growing your business. Visit our partners, the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce who connect professionals through networking opportunities that ignite creative thinking, share best practices and ideas, and work toward developing our community.
Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce is committed to improving economic prosperity and quality of life in Greater Sudbury. They advocate policies, connect entrepreneurs, and help members stay competitive with cost-saving programs.
SAC brings together members of the arts community and their audiences. SAC is a source of who’s who and what’s happening within the region. As an arts umbrella organization, it advocates on behalf of all artists and is a source of relevant information. SAC encourages awareness and appreciation of the wide diversity of Arts, Culture and Heritage in our area.
The Sudbury Local Immigration Partnership fosters an inclusive, engaging and collaborative environment with local stakeholders to identify issues, share solutions, build capacity and preserve collective memory for the purpose of ensuring the attraction, settlement, inclusion and retention of newcomers in the City of Greater Sudbury.
Networks and Associations
For over 117 years the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM) has served as the leading technical institute for professionals in the Canadian mining and minerals communities.
Economic Development Corporation of Ontario will provide leadership to enhance the professional development of its members; advance economic development as a profession and support our municipalities in fostering economic prosperity in the province of Ontario.
NORCAT is a not-for-profit technology and innovation centre that provides health and safety training for the mining industry, occupational health and safety services, and product development assistance.
The Ontario Arts Council provides grants and services to Ontario-based artists and organizations who support arts education, Indigenous arts, community arts, crafts, dance, Francophone arts, literature, media arts, multidisciplinary arts, music, theatre, touring and visual arts.
Ontario’s North Economic Development Corporation (ONEDC) is comprised of the 5 Northern Ontario communities (Sault Ste. Marie, Sudbury, Timmins, North Bay and Thunder Bay) who collaboratively work on opportunities to create, promote, and implement economic development partnerships throughout Northern Ontario.
Professions North helps internationally-trained professionals reach their career goals. They provide information, training and resources to help skilled professionals secure a career in Northern Ontario.
Regroupement des organismes culturels de Sudbury (ROCS) is a coalition bringing together the seven professional francophone arts organizations that work in the arts, culture and heritage sector in Greater Sudbury.
Spark Employment Services is a non-profit organization established in 1986 which provides employment and education services to residents of Northern Ontario to enhance their employability and maximize success.
Workforce Planning for Sudbury & Manitoulin (WPSM) researches industry and workforce trends from both a supply and demand perspective. They connect stakeholders across industries to address issues and support economic growth.