Cambrian College is offering free, non-credit course modules to the public.
Topics include Parenting through COVID, Stress and Resilience, Financial Planning Basics, Fundamentals of Proper Nutrition, and Living the Good Life. The course modules are available online and on-demand.
To learn more and to sign up, click here.
We are coming together to protect our healthcare workers
The Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM) Students, in collaboration with allied healthcare students at Lakehead University and Laurentian University, are proud to join the rest of the province’s medical students in efforts to assist front-line healthcare workers in the fight against COVID-19.
PPE redistribution, PPE production (sewn and 3D printed), as well as fundraising. Servicing 35 communities and counting, from Kenora to the Muskoka’s, we strive to make sure that all of our communities are equipped to handle what is to come.
Volunteer Sudbury / Bénévolat Sudbury's June 2020 Newsletter has been released. Read the newest edition.
This issue discusses useful resources that can be used by both volunteers and organizations when navigating volunteerism during the COVID-19 pandemic. Also included in this issue are some great tips to help you make the most of your virtual volunteers! Finally, make sure to read the General Updates to learn more about what we have been up to!
The movement is spreading across Canada.
Great Cycle Challenge is a virtual cycling event that encourages riders of all ages and fitness levels to pedal throughout August to maintain a healthy lifestyle and achieve their fitness goals.
Your goal could be 50 km or 500 km and you can ride at any time, with anyone and from any location across the country.
Sign up now to fight kids' cancer.
Clothing and Furniture: 450 Morin Avenue, Sudbury
Shopping hours by appointment only: Mondays and Tuesdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Donation drop-off by appointment only
Phone: 705-671-1941 ext. 236
The Social Planning Council of Sudbury serves as an independent, non-profit organization and registered charity that strives to strengthen communities through essential community and social development initiatives. The Social Planning Council of Sudbury works in partnership with individuals, community agencies, government, businesses, and institutional sectors to improve the quality of life for all residents in the region. We encourage active participation from all members of the community to empower and foster personal growth and self-reliance for both individuals and community groups.
Let’s work together to put you on the path to success. Whether you’re looking for your next challenge or upgrading your skills for an evolving job market, we can help you get started.
Looking for employment? Here’s how we can help:
Employment Counseling and career development services; Resume and Cover letter preparation; Tips on interviews and practice interviews; Online training & certifications; Job matching and wage subsidies; Visit our Resource Centre