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Minnow Lake,

Greater Sudbury, Canada 

 Welcome to the Minnow Lake community in Greater Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. Visit us in any season. Click buttons in the sidebar or on links below for more information:

Link to Ramsey Lake Salt Concerns here

Link to Second Avenue Road Reconstruction Project here

Link to Minnow Lake Community Gardens Page here

Link to Dogs off Leash Website here

Information on Cycling in Minnow Lake here

Link to past CAN Meeting Minutes etc. here

Link to Minnow Lake Storm Water Treatment - Sediment Removal historical information can be found here



Kids and adults on annual Thanksgiving walk in the Oak Forest Lookout Park in Minnow Lake - each year on Thanksgiving day weather permitting from Minnow Lake Place - 2.00 p.m. for the approx. one hour hike.  Another hike up Blueberry Hill (behind Carmichael Arena takes place the first Monday of the Blueberry Festival the third week of July each year.  For other activities and meeting news etc. click here.

Opening of the first on-street bike lanes in Sudbury in 2005 with city Councillors Gasparini and Reynolds.  This route on Howey, Bellevue and Bancroft has proven to be very popular and has had the added benefit of providing a degree of traffic calming in the area.  Unfortunately few other similar routes have been created despite recommendations by various groups  For more information go to special section of website by clicking  here.

Check out these videos showing both Blueberry Hill and the Oak Forest walking trails and history


 Community Action Network - MLRG  

For ecological information click here


or call 705-507-6037 (cell)




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