Cambrian College

Established in 1967, Cambrian College has been a leading post-secondary institution in Northern Ontario, with more than 80 programs. Cambrian’s main campus is in Greater Sudbury, with satellite centres in Espanola and Little Current. We are a diverse learning community, and the home-away-from-home for a growing number of Indigenous and International students looking to hone workforce-ready skills in a supportive and innovative learning environment. The College is also a perennial top-50 research college in Canada and is home to a Technology Access Centre (TAC) for Smart Mining.

Discover the range of services and facilities we offer to support students and employers in today’s increasingly competitive marketplace. Explore everything we have to offer and see Cambrian for yourself, visit www.cambriancollege.ca.

Renee Scott

Director, Student Success & Recruitment

(706) 566-8101

renee.scott@cambriancollege.ca

1400 Barrydowne Road, Sudbury, ON P3A 3V8

Collège Boréal

Collège Boréal d’arts appliqués et de technologie is a publicly-funded, French language community college founded in Sudbury in 1995. The college is both a post-secondary training institution and a community development organization. The college’s main objective is to produce highly-qualified, bilingual professionals who are engaged in their community, their province and their country and contribute to their economic, social and cultural vitality.

To this end, Collège Boréal offers postsecondary education programs, continuing education programs, apprenticepship training, customised training for businesses (which can be in English or French and sometimes even other languages), applied research services, employment services, immigration services, literacy and basic skills training as well as facility rentals. For several years now, Collège Boréal has been achieving exceptional results in the Ministry of Colleges and Universities’ Key Performance Indicators (KPI) initiative. For the academic year 2018-2019, Collège Boréal was ranked first in two of the five KPIs. For the 18th time in 19 years Boréal had the highest graduation rate among Ontario’s 24 publicly-funded colleges, and for the fourth consecutive year, Boréal was number 1 in student satisfaction.

Collège Boréal is based in Sudbury but in addition to its main campus here, it operates 37 other sites in 25 other Ontario communities from Hearst to Windsor to Ottawa, of which 6 are full campuses.

Julie Nadeau

Director, Business Development

(705) 560-6673 ext. 2807

julie.nadeau@collegeboreal.ca

21, boulevard Lasalle, Sudbury, ON P3A 6B1

Employment Options

Funded by the government of Ontario, Employment Options free service connects job seekers with employers. We have a pool of training-ready candidates with various educational backgrounds and skill levels to meet your immediate and long-term staffing requirements. Employers who are looking to hire staff can advertise job openings through our Information and Resource service. In addition, our staff can provide employers with screening and recruiting services to meet their business needs. Some of the services we offer for employers:

  • Free job posting in our resource centre, on our website and through social media.
  • Assistance with candidate screening, resulting in savings in recruitment time, and advertising costs.
  • Job trial options to ensure you hire the right candidate.
  • Regular follow-ups with employers to ensure that the candidate is meeting your expectations

As always, all our services are FREE!

Roxanne Love or Andree Levac

Resource Centre Specialists

(705) 897-5627

employmentoptions@cambriancollege.ca

3140-14 Hwy 69 North, Val Caron, ON P3N 1G3

3183 Errington Avenue Unit 5, Chelmsford, ON P0M 1L0

Federal Economic Development Initiative for Northern Ontario

FedNor is the Government of Canada’s economic development organization for Northern Ontario. Through its programs and services, and through its financial support of projects that lead to job creation and economic growth, FedNor works with businesses and community partners to build a stronger Northern Ontario.

Aime Dimatteo

Director General

(705) 671-0723

aime.dimatteo@canada.ca

19 Lisgar Street, Sudbury ON P3E 3L4

Greater Sudbury Development Corporation

The Greater Sudbury Development Corporation (GSDC) is a not-for-profit agency of the City of Greater Sudbury and is governed by an 18-member Board of Directors. The GSDC oversees a $1 million Community Economic Development (C.E.D.) Fund through funds received from the City of Greater Sudbury. They are also responsible for overseeing the distribution of the Arts and Culture Grants and the Tourism Development Fund through the Tourism Development Committee. Through these funds they support the economic growth and sustainability of our community. The Economic Development division of the City of Greater Sudbury is focused on growing the local economy by supporting our local businesses, attracting investment opportunities, and promoting export opportunities. We assist in attracting and retaining workers to support our businesses with their workforce development needs.

Rebecca Brooks

Administrative Assistant

705-674-4455 ext. 4411

rebecca.brooks@sudbury.ca

First floor, 200 Brady Street Tom Davies Square Stn A, PO Box 5000 Sudbury, ON P3A 5P3

Nickel Basin Federal Development Corporation

Nickel Basin Federal Development Corporation is an incorporated, not-for-profit organization with a mandate to administer a community loan fund in support of small and medium-sized businesses. Funded through Industry Canada and FedNor, Nickel Basin promotes economic growth and diversification that creates and maintains jobs in and around the City of Greater Sudbury.

Since its September 2000 inception, Nickel Basin has authorized loans totaling over $40 Million and maintained and created 4,950 full time and part time jobs. Nickel Basin can assist businesses that are located in the City of Greater Sudbury. This area includes as far north as Cartier, east to Wahnapitae, west to Beaver Lake and south to Estaire.

Muriel Maguire

Office Administrator/Bookkeeper

705-673-9802

muriel.maguire@greatersudbury.ca

200 Brady Street, Tom Davies Square Sudbury, Ontario P3E 3L9

Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation

The Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation (NOHFC) was established in 1988 with a mandate to promote and stimulate economic development initiatives in Northern Ontario by providing financial assistance to projects that stabilize, diversify and foster the economic growth and diversification of the region.

The NOHFC is an operational service agency established under the enabling legislation of the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Act. The NOHFC has an appointed Board of Directors, chaired by the Ministry of Energy, Northern Development and Mines. The Corporation provides economic development funding toward approved projects in the territorial districts of Northern Ontario, namely Algoma, Cochrane, Kenora, Manitoulin, Nipissing, Parry Sound, Rainy River, Sudbury, Thunder Bay and Timiskaming.

705-945-6700

AskNOHFC@ontario.ca

159 Cedar Street 7th Floor, Suite 705 Sudbury, ON P3E 6A5

N'Swakamok Native Friendship Centre

The N’Swakamok Native Friendship Centre is a wholistic, healthy indigenous community centre which promotes culture, language and well-being in a balanced way. N’Swakamok Native Friendship Centre is committed to preserving language and culture, enhancing quality of life and empowering family and community by providing supports, services and partnerships for the Aboriginal community in an Urban setting.

Rachael George

Apatisiwin Employment Coordinator

(705) 674-2128 ext. 237

apatisiwin@nfcsudbury.org

110 Elm Street, Sudbury ON P3C 1T5

Spark Employment Services

We offer employment services, employment counseling, career development, on line training and certifications and job matching. Our Literacy program offers workshop and E-learning, Educational and Workplace Training.

Adrianna Massimiliano

Finance Manager

(705) 671-2544

adriannam@sudburyemployment.ca

435 Notre Dame Avenue, Suite 102 Sudbury, ON P3C 5K6

Wikwemikong Development Commission & Wii n'guch Labour Market Services

The Wikwemikong Development Commission (W.D.C.) is a non-profit corporation that is incorporated without share capital under the laws of Ontario (September 5, 1973, patent #0271306). In 2009, it received an Anishnaabemowin Nooswin, Enaadmaagehjik, meaning “People Helping People”. We operate as the economic development branch of the Wikwemikong Unceded Indian Reserve and we are mandated to develop the natural and human resource of the Wikwemikong Unceded Indian Reserve (W.U.I.R.) thereby enhancing the socio-economic conditions and quality of life for all Wikwemikong Band members.

Mary Lynn Odjig & Colleen Wassegijig-Migwans

General Manager & ASETS Manager

(705) 859-3001

mlodjig@wikydevcom.ca

wasseyaldm@wikydevcom.ca

2102 Wikwemikong Way, Wikwemikong, ON P0P 2J0

YMCA of Northeastern Ontario

Workforce is Canada’s solution to strategic human resource consultation and supply. Our client integrated model best anticipates and mitigates labour demands to ensure that only quality, trained individuals are sourced, screened and deployed to get the job done. We focus on providing skilled trades, labour and professionals to support the production and development of mining, oil and energy sectors
of Canada’s resurging economy.

Steven McNeil

General Manager

The YMCA Employment and Immigrant Services provide an array of employment and settlement supports to job seekers, employers and Newcomers across the Greater Sudbury region.

Chantal Carre

General Manager, Employment and Immigrant Services

(705) 674-2324 ext. 3244

chantal.carre@ymcaneo.ca

YMCA Employment & Immigrant Services 132-10 Elm Street, Sudbury, ON P3C 5N3