Youth: Greater Together

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Mayor Brian Bigger invites residents to come together to share inspiration, support and hope during these unprecedented times.

We know physical distancing to flatten the curve of the COVID-19 pandemic has been difficult, especially for young people who are usually active outside the home.

Many organizations have strengthened their online presence in response to these times. The City of Greater Sudbury is doing its part by gathering resources and activities from across the web to make it easier for children and youth to find what they need to stay healthy and informed.

Check Important Links and the City of Greater Sudbury website at www.greatersudbury.ca/COVID for information. Stay connected by helping others, sharing your creativity or by asking questions. We're here to help.

Stay safe. Stay informed. Stay positive. We’ll get through this together.


Mayor Brian Bigger invites residents to come together to share inspiration, support and hope during these unprecedented times.

We know physical distancing to flatten the curve of the COVID-19 pandemic has been difficult, especially for young people who are usually active outside the home.

Many organizations have strengthened their online presence in response to these times. The City of Greater Sudbury is doing its part by gathering resources and activities from across the web to make it easier for children and youth to find what they need to stay healthy and informed.

Check Important Links and the City of Greater Sudbury website at www.greatersudbury.ca/COVID for information. Stay connected by helping others, sharing your creativity or by asking questions. We're here to help.

Stay safe. Stay informed. Stay positive. We’ll get through this together.


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  • Do you know Jack? Help for anxious young people to cope with COVID-19

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    25 Jun 2020
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    There is help and support out there for young people in Sudbury and across Ontario who might be feeling a little stressed out by the daily challenges of COVID-19.

    Ontario Power Generation (OPG) has teamed up with Jack.org to distribute "Be There", a digital mental health resource, for thousands of young Ontarians. Be There teaches young people how to support one another through mental health struggles. Jack.org is a Canadian website focussed on teaching young leaders how to help young people with mental health challenges. Sudbury has Jack.org chapters at Laurentian University and Confederation Secondary School in Val Caron. Read more.