Creating positive change Together

We are a grassroots group of citizens and community groups who share a vision of Sudbury as a green, healthy and engaged community.

Our Mission

To work towards a more liveable and sustainable community through advocacy, research, action, support and connection.

Our Vision

Greater Sudbury is a sustainable, resilient, vibrant and equitable community where citizens work together for positive change.

Our Work


A voice for a sustainable and equitable community.


Creating positive change in our community.


Supporting community members making a difference.


Connecting people, organizations, information and decision-makers.

Who We Are

Planting trees and gardens

We are community members who want to make a difference. We are volunteers.

Our current executive is Naomi Grant (Chair), Rachelle Niemela, and Sharon Roy. Our current guiding members are Pam Banks, Jane Cox, Natalie Lachance, and Violet Lanthier, with further core members Aicha Atlassi, and David Gagnon.

How We Work

We are a grassroots organization guided by our Mission Statement, our members, our community, and evidence-based research.  We strive to undertake our work with integrity and respect.  We create positive change by collaborating on advocacy and community projects.

Where We Are

Your voice

We are located in N’Swakamok/Greater Sudbury, Ontario, Canada, on the territories of the Atikameksheng Anishnawbek and Wahnapitae First Nations (Robinson Huron Treaty 1850).

Additional Info

We will do our best to support you to build community, undertake a community project, take action on an issue you care about, or follow up on a concern. We will do our best to connect you with your neighbours, with others with similar experiences, with organizations with a wealth of local knowledge, with groups that match your interests and needs, and with information.