Sudbury Serviced Apartments
Once a world leader in nickel mining, Sudbury is now the major retail, economic, health and educational centre for Northeastern Ontario. It is also the only city in Ontario which has two official names; its name in French is Grand-Sudbury. However, Sudbury is still the more common name for the city in everyday usage.
Sudbury has more lakes than any other municipality in Canada with 330 within city limits. Among the most notable are Lake Wanapitei, the largest lake in the world completely contained within the boundaries of a single city,
Science North is an interactive science museum and Northern Ontario's most popular tourist attraction. It consists of two snowflake-shaped buildings on the southwestern shore of Lake Ramsey, just south of the city's downtown core, as well as a former ice hockey arena which includes the complex's entrance and an IMAX theatre. The snowflake buildings are connected by a rock tunnel, which passes through a billion-year-old geologic fault.
Sudbury's mining heritage is reflected in another major tourist attraction, Dynamic Earth. This interactive science museum focuses principally on geology and mining history exhibitions and is also home to the Big Nickel, one of Sudbury's most famous landmarks.