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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  • Sudbury sec grad Dieter Lische-Parkes delivers powerful message using one hand choreography

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    09 Jul 2020

    Can one hand say a lot? It can when the hand belongs to Dieter Lische-Parkes. The dance major, who graduated from Sudbury Secondary School this year, was challenged to choreograph a routine with one hand. Lische-Parkes drew inspiration from Black Lives Matter, Pride and lived experiences to create a moving work of art with a meaningful message. Lische-Parkes choreographed, wrote, filmed, edited and narrated the video at home as part of a distance learning assignment. Watch the compelling video.