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Greater Sudbury

About Greater Sudbury

160,274 in city
3,200 km² (1,236 mi²)
273 m
Sudbury is the largest city in northern Ontario, and was founded in 1883 when blasting by the Canadian Pacific Railway revealed high-grade nickel ore. This city on the Canadian Shield grew up around nickel mining and features, on the southwestern side, the tallest smokestack in the world, the Inco Superstack. Unlike most of the province of Ontario, the city has a very large francophone population. In 2001, Sudbury merged with the Regional Municipality and surrounding areas to become the largest city in Ontario by land area, and took on two new official names of Greater Sudbury and Grand-Sudbury.

No. of Buildings

No. Current status
57 All Buildings
57
existing

Tallest Buildings

# Building Height Year
1 Rockview Towers - -
2 Balmoral Apartments - -
3 Cherry Gardens - -
4 Bonik Tower - -
5 Starbury Tower - -