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 Regional Municipality of Sudbury, Ontario - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Municipal boundaries of the former Regional Municipality of Sudbury.
The regional municipality expanded the boundaries of the city of Sudbury and incorporated the numerous towns and villages outside of the city into six larger towns.
On January 1, 2001, the Regional Municipality of Sudbury was dissolved in a provincially-mandated round of municipal restructuring, and all seven local municipalities were amalgamated into the single-tier city of Greater Sudbury.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Regional_Municipality_of_Sudbury   (387 words)

  
 Sudbury Trail Plan Association - History of STP   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The story of the Sudbury Trail Plan is one of hard work, enthusiastic volunteer support, and the total commitment of the entire snowmobile community.
The Sudbury Community Adjustment Plan (SCAP), a joint federal and provincial committee to promote regional employment, contributed a grant of $150,000 for the initial stages of the project, and there was additional funding from Inco and Falconbridge.
By the end of the 1991 season the Sudbury Trail Plan had grown to 8 snowmobile clubs, with their club trails falling within the Regional Municipality of Sudbury.
www.sudburytrailplan.on.ca /history.asp   (440 words)

  
 Greater Toronto Phonecard Club   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Sudbury Regional Police Pipe Band, under the direction of Pipe Major David Linney, was formed in 1988 and first appeared publicly at the World Junior Olympics held in Sudbury that year.
This is the tartan of one of the founding families of the Sudbury region as well as being primarily a blue colour which is representative of the police.
The majority of these functions are within the boundaries of the Regional Municipality of Sudbury but occasionally some travel to nearby cities is required.
webhome.idirect.com /~chesbal/showreport2.html   (334 words)

  
 Moving in Canada Sudbury Ontario
Sudbury is the largest centre in northeastern Ontario, with 93,000 in the city itself, and 162,000 in the Regional Municipality.
Sudbury is known as the Nickel City because of its nickel and copper mines.
Sudbury is one of the sunniest areas in Ontario.
www.movingincanada.com /Ontario/Sudbury.htm   (264 words)

  
 Regional Municipality of Sudbury Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. R.16   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The Regional Corporation shall be deemed to be a city for all the purposes of the provisions of the Public Hospitals Act and the Private Hospitals Act respecting hospitalization and burial of indigent persons and their dependants, and no area municipality has any liability under such provisions.  R.S.O. c.
The Regional Area is continued as a part of the health unit continued under the Health Protection and Promotion Act known as the Sudbury and District Health Unit in English and as circonscription sanitaire de la cité et du district de Sudbury in French.  R.S.O. 1990, c.
The Regional Corporation shall be deemed to be a town for the purposes of the Homes for the Aged and Rest Homes Act, and no area municipality has any authority as to the establishment, erection and maintenance of a home for the aged under that Act.  R.S.O. 1990, c.
www.e-laws.gov.on.ca /DBLaws/RepealedStatutes/English/90r16_e.htm   (3416 words)

  
 “O” Division locations
Scarborough in the Municipality of Toronto, the Regional Municipality of Durham, and the counties of Victoria, Northumberland, Peterborough and Haliburton
The regional municipalities of Haldimand-Norfolk, Hamilton-Wentworth and Niagara, and the County of Brant
The Regional Municipality of Waterloo, and the counties of Wellington, Bruce, Grey and Perth
www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca /on/locations/index_e.htm   (355 words)

  
 SUDBURY, Ontario, Canada
Sudbury is officially a bilingual (English and French) city with a multicultural population.
In fact, the Region of Sudbury was eventually cited by the United Nations for its land reclamation program.
The Art Gallery of Sudbury (shown left) is housed in the former mansion and coach house of W.J. Bell.
www.cyberbeach.net /~seajay/sudbury.html   (2710 words)

  
 City of Greater Sudbury Act, 1999, S.O. 1999, c. 14, Sched. A   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
(2)  The city stands in the place of the old municipalities for all purposes but if a local roads board is not entirely located in the municipal area, the city only stands in place of the local roads board with respect to matters that are within the jurisdiction of the city.  2000, c. 5, s. 1 (5).
16.1  For the purpose of subsection 187 (4) of the Municipal Act, the estimated revenue of the city for 2000 is the sum of the estimated revenues of the old municipalities as shown in the estimates adopted for 2000. ; 2000, c. 5, s. 1 (8).
(4)  A person who is seconded to the transition board remains the employee of the old municipality or local board which is entitled to recover his or her salary and the cost of his or her employment benefits from the transition board.  1999, c. 14, Sched. A, s. 21 (4).
www.e-laws.gov.on.ca /DBLaws/Statutes/English/99c14a_e.htm   (7607 words)

  
 EM Sudbury :: Sudbury Region
With a population of 164,000 and a total area of 3,307sq.kms./1,277sq.mi.,Greater Sudbury is the largest centre in Northern Ontario, Canada.
Today, Sudbury is one of the largest and most important mining centres in Canada and a world centre for smelting, refining and geological science.
Sudbury is a major centre in Northern Ontario for health care, communications and education.
www.emsudbury.ca /PG.05-Region.htm   (470 words)

  
 HRDC - Ontario JobLink Resource Centres - Final Report   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Furthermore, the Regional Municipality of Sudbury has had ongoing relationships with a number of community agencies for 10 years and it was reported that many of these relationships have remained positive since the establishment of the RC.
Originally, the proposal made by the Regional Municipality of Sudbury for the Sudbury Central RC called for a broader co-location model than is currently the case.
Sudbury Central is accountable to both the Regional Municipality of Sudbury (District of Sudbury Social Services Administration Board) and to MCSS for expenses incurred in RC and ESS operations.
www11.hrdc-drhc.gc.ca /pls/edd/SI14_49007.htm   (8789 words)

  
 Sudbury, Ontario
The City of Greater Sudbury was founded by an amalgamation of seven cities and towns and many smaller communities throughout the former Regional Municipality of Sudbury.
Sudbury is well known for it's two nickel mining companies Inco and Falconbridge.
The official languages of Sudbury are french and english.
members.tripod.com /cambrian_mmsu_chrisb/sudbury.htm   (139 words)

  
 brochure.html
The city of Sudbury is one of 7 area municipalities that comprise the Regional Municipality of Sudbury.
Sudbury is located near the southern margin of the Canadian Shield, a huge expanse of ancient bedrock which covers most of central Canada.
While not very far north by maritime climate standards, Sudbury is considered to be in Northern Ontario due to the severity of its climate and the harshness of the surrounding landscape.
www.physics.brocku.ca /oapt97/ipho/Brochure.html   (2943 words)

  
 Northeastern Ontario Medical Education Corporation NOMEC - Sudbury
Sudbury is currently undergoing a major restructuring to its hospitals, which are being amalgamated into a single site regional hospital.
Sudbury is home to international calibre sports facilities that have led it to host national and international events; the Memorial Cup, the Pan American Junior Games, the Canadian Games for the Disabled, and the II World Juniors Track and Field Championships, to name a few.
Sudbury hosts a wide array of festivals such as the Snowflake Festival in February and its summertime counterpart, the Blueberry Festival, the Cin�fest, the international film festival, Fringe Nord and the Garlic Festival.
www.nomec.on.ca /fcontent/communities_and_lifestyles/sudbury/index.asp   (953 words)

  
 Legislative Assembly of Ontario. Bills   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
(1) The chair of the Regional Council shall be elected by general vote of the electors of the area municipalities to be held concurrently with the regular election in the area municipalities.
(4) The clerk of the Regional Corporation shall be responsible for conducting the election of the chair except for the recording of the vote in an area municipality which shall be the responsibility of the clerk of each area municipality.
(9) If a member of the council of an area municipality becomes chair as a result of a vacancy being filled, that person shall be deemed to have resigned as a member of the council and the person's seat on the council thereby becomes vacant.
www.ontla.on.ca /documents/bills/36_parliament/session1/b156_e.htm   (566 words)

  
 Justice With Dignity - Remember Kimberly Rogers : Brief to Sudbury City Council - Submitted by the Committee to ...
It is clear from the transcript of the April plea of guilt that the Judge, the lawyer for the Crown and the defence lawyer knew that Ms Rogers, in her second trimester of pregnancy, would be cut off benefits and would have absolutely no means of subsistence.
The Sudbury Public Health Report of June 2001 entitled "The Cost of Eating Well within Manitoulin and Sudbury by District" states that in the City of Greater Sudbury, a woman 25-49 years of age, in her second and third trimester of pregnancy, needs $30.15 per week to eat healthily.
That if Ontario Works Sudbury chooses to continue to pursue fraud charges, and that if as a result the benefits of a Sudbury recipient of Ontario Works are cancelled, the City of Greater Sudbury continue to pay benefits to that recipient and his or her family from municipal funds.
dawn.thot.net /Kimberly_Rogers/final_brief.html   (3295 words)

  
 Greater Sudbury, Ontario profile - ePodunk
Greater Sudbury is a city in the province of Ontario.
Sudbury boomed as a mining town after a CPR worker found a massive deposit of copper and nickel here.
The city was formed in 2001 through the amalgamation of the former regional municipality of Sudbury (which encompassed Sudbury, Capreol, Nickel Centre, Onaping Falls, Rayside-Balfour, Valley East and Walden); and the townships of Fraleck, Parkin, Aylmer, Mackelcan, Rathbun, Scadding, Dryden, Cleland and Dill.
ca.epodunk.com /profiles/ontario/greater-sudbury/2000900.html   (276 words)

  
 Innovation in Canada: Innovation Performance—The Greater Sudbury Area Innovation Summit   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The City of Greater Sudbury is comprised of the former Regional Municipality of Sudbury and its lower tier municipalities – the Cities of Sudbury and Valley East and the Towns of Capreol, Nickel Centre, Onaping Falls, Rayside-Balfour and Walden.
Sudbury's economy is expected to contract by 1.9 percent in 2002, the second consecutive year of declining gross domestic product.
Cambrian serves the Districts of Sudbury and Manitoulin, a region of almost 28 000 square kilometres with a highly diversified ethnic population.
exportsource.ca /gol/innovation/site.nsf/en/in02010.html   (3657 words)

  
 UF Membranes retrofit vintage pumping station in Sudbury   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Greater Sudbury is well known for its nickel mining industry but is also a center for governance, medical referral, education, retail and many service industries-a community that is committed to diversification and sustainability.
In 1992, the City was honored by the United Nations for the Sudbury Regional Land Reclamation Program, which over the last two decades, has led to the planting of over eight million new trees in the local area.
Though Greater Sudbury's water had always met provincial water quality standards, the City's long history of providing an unfiltered water supply had resulted in an accumulation of manganese and other substances, such as iron, in some of the City's water distribution system.
www.zenon.com /newsroom/articles/Sudbury.shtml   (1442 words)

  
 Changing Shape of Ontario: Post World War II Regional Municipal Governments
While the first regional municipality was formed in 1953, most were created in the late 1960's and early 1970's gradually replacing Ontario's more heavily populated counties.
Replaced by the Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk (re-instated as a county in 2001)
With the creation of the Regional Municipality of Durham, Northumberland became a standalone county.
www.archives.gov.on.ca /english/exhibits/maps/regmunic.htm   (445 words)

  
 Ontario GenWeb
This area of Ontario is covered by Sudbury District GenWeb.
Sudbury District was established in 1894 from Nipissing District.
"The regional municipality of Sudbury was severed from the district in 1973 and divided into the city of Sudbury and the towns of Capreol, Nickel Centre, Valley East, Rayside-Balfour, Onaping Falls, and Walden."
www.rootsweb.com /~canon/research-area-sudbury.html   (329 words)

  
 Sudbury District, Ontario - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Highway 64, which runs from Highway 69 east and north through the Municipality of French River, and enters the Nipissing District at Mashkinonje Provincial Park,
Highway 144, which runs from the northwestern city limits of Greater Sudbury north to the boundary of Timiskaming District, just outside of Timmins.
Brant - Brantford - Chatham-Kent - Greater Sudbury - Haldimand - Hamilton - Kawartha Lakes - Norfolk - Ottawa - Prince Edward - Toronto
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Sudbury_District,_Ontario   (676 words)

  
 Realty Times: Canadian Heart Attack Hot Spots
The Foundation is currently researching Ontario Hot Spots, "geographic areas showing higher rates of mortality and morbidity than others across the province." These Hot Spots include the Municipality of Chatham-Kent, the southwestern counties of Bruce, Elgin and Essex, the Haldimand-Norfolk Regional Municipality, Sudbury Regional Municipality and Thunder Bay District.
Initial research revealed that, for instance, in Haldimand-Norfolk Regional Municipality, which has a population of 107,840, during 1997 mortality rates were significantly higher (326 versus 215/100,000) than the rest of Ontario.
The seriousness of this geographical disparity is particularly evident when figures are compared to the Ottawa-Carleton Regional Municipality: Ottawa had a heart attack rate almost half that of Haldimand-Norfolk, and death rate of 196 versus 326/100,000 population.
realtytimes.com /rtnews/printrtpages/20020312_hotspots.htm   (693 words)

  
 Simonneeddy Sudbury Travel Page - VirtualTourist.com
NO longer do they pollute Sudbury as the stack is so tall it sends the pollution to Muskoka cottage country.
Sudbury is the largest center in Northern Ontario.
It is known as the NICKLE CITY because of the nickle and copper mines exploited in the area.
members.virtualtourist.com /m/11623/dca31   (320 words)

  
 Science North / Science Nord, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada - About the Attractions
Lund first became involved with the Science North project when he was elected chairman of the Regional Municipality of Sudbury in June, 1980.
As chairman, he headed the Sudbury Regional Development Committee overseeing the development of Science North.
He led funding missions to Inco Limited, Falconbridge, the Province of Ontario, the City of Sudbury and the Regional Municipality of Sudbury.
sciencenorth.on.ca /heritagefair/hlm/1986lund.html   (329 words)

  
 Ever America - News: Sudbury selects JPH International for Customer Service solution.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
JPH International (JPHI,) a leader in business critical software solutions designed for local governments, utilities, and energy-service companies, has announced that the City of Sudbury and the Regional Municipality of Sudbury have contracted with the Company to provide a turnkey computerized customer relationship management (CRM) system.
"As we move toward the amalgamation of seven municipalities in the Sudbury area by the end of 2000, we need to find ways to better serve the citizens of the City of Greater Sudbury," said City of Sudbury Mayor Jim Gordon.
In addition, the software is designed for use via the Internet so that when Sudbury is ready to move toward a web-enable system, it will have the tools to allow customers to address issues directly through the City's website.
www.ever-america.com /news/archived2000/011300.html   (608 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Instruct the Northeast Region Mental Health Advisory Committee of the district health councils of northeastern Ontario to develop a regional mental health plan, in conjunction with the public hospitals and the provincial psychiatric hospital, the community based mental health agencies, and consumer/survivor and community representatives.
The governance structure must be representative of the communities served and have regard to the demographic, cultural, economic, geographic, ethnic, religious and social characteristics of the Sudbury and the Northeast Region of Ontario.
Participate with the Northeast Region Mental Health Advisory Committee of the district health councils of northeastern Ontario in the development of a plan, in conjunction with the public hospitals and the provincial psychiatric hospital, the community based mental health agencies, and consumer/survivor and community representatives.
www.health.gov.on.ca /hsrc/sudbury_direct_1296.htm   (5217 words)

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