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Great shopping and lots of places to eat (and at the most reasonable prices). Accommodations are plentiful from the most well known hotels and motels to delightful bread and breakfast establishments.

For bread and breakfast go to the accommodations section of the following website (and for other information as well).

For some of the great eating spots go to the dining and restaurant section of the following website (and for other information as well):


"SeeSudbury" created and maintained by Linda Cartier and John Lindsay as a public service of





 Favorite Eating Places and Food Choices are many in Sudbury.

There are restaurants for every taste in Greater Sudbury. 

Where residents eat:  Find out where the "locals" go to enjoy eating "out"

Best local restaurants:

Greater Sudbury residents are invited to contribute to this section by e-mailing to

Check out the current Sudbury weather conditions and forecast courtesy of:    

The Weather Network

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Did you know there are two other Sudbury communities?  One is in England (for which we are named) and the other in the United States.  For more information on the American community that shares our name please click on this link.  For information on the original Sudbury (in England) go to this web site:


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Where to Shop:  Sudbury has the best shopping north of Toronto from big box stores to small boutiques.

The two maps (shown by clicking the following links) will show you where the major shopping areas are in the area including the "big box" stores at the Millennium Centre, the big malls and the downtown "business" and shopping section.

Central Sudbury Shopping Area Map

Greater Sudbury Shopping Area Map

For more maps and other shopping information check out:

Arts area along Elgin Street near Train Station in downtown Sudbury - featuring boutiques and other shops of interest plus the Farmers Market Square open weekends from May to December.

Sudbury's downtown includes a large downtown mall know as the Rainbow Mall housing a cinema, a grocery store, fitness centre, food court  and a variety of other stores plus the Ramada Inn.








Find our about what others have to say about the City of Greater Sudbury 

Learn what  residents and those who have visited our city say in their own words .. if you would like to add to these comments please send an e-mail to

For your contribution to this site receive a free copy of the Sudbury Heritage Cookbook - 187 pages of recipes and history. 

Did you know:  The SeeSudbury website was a finalist in the 2004 Sudbury Web-Site awards. 




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