American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of southeast Ontario, Canada, north of Georgian Bay. It is the center of a rich mining region. Population: 155,219.
- n. a city in south central Canada in Ontario; a major nickel mining center
“SUDBURY - Plans for the Leicester / Sudbury / Whiting community school fizzled on Saturday when Sudbury residents narrowly defeated a measure for planning funds by a vote of 66-60.”
“SUDBURY, Ont. - Vale Inco is shutting down its nickel mining and processing operations in Sudbury, Ont., for eight weeks starting on June 1 due to weak demand for the metal used in stainless steel.”
“SUDBURY - After a busy summer, Liberal Members of Parliament and Senators today begin a three-day meeting in Sudbury in advance of their return to Ottawa.”
“| SUDBURY - After a busy summer, Liberal Members of Parliament and Senators today begin a three-day meeting in Sudbury in advance of their return to Ottawa.”
“SUDBURY - Northern Ontario New Democrat MPs and MPPs met today in Sudbury as part of a concerted effort to ensure Northern Ontario issues receive the attention they deserve in both the Federal and Provincial parliaments.”
“These are just some good looking cotton tails that me and a buddy shot in Sudbury, Vermont.”
“Real Life Film Festival If you find yourself in Sudbury June 5-7, you can ...”
“Joe and I had finished in Sudbury but the weather was so bad that we couldn't make it back home.”
“The nickel is mined and smelted at a plant in Sudbury, Ontario.”
“That I know might seem a little over the top especially coming from a guy who grew up the son of Italian immigrants in Sudbury Ontario.”
‘Sudbury’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for Sudbury.