There are many scholarships for Sudbury students. If you are searching for scholarships for a particular high school located in Sudbury, please select the appropriate school from the list below. The scholarship database contains scholarships for Sudbury students in the following categories:

Sudbury High School Scholarships
Sudbury College Scholarships
Sudbury University Scholarships


Loran Scholars

Deadline: Oct 12, 2022
The selection of a Loran Scholar is unique in its attention to a young person’s character. We believe that integrity, courage, grit and personal autonomy are better indicators of overall potential than standard academic measures. To discover these traits, we administer the most comprehensive and thorough scholarship selection process in Canada. Tenable at 25 partner universities, the Loran Award is...

The Women's Ministries Scholarship Program is established to give scholarships to women who are committed to serving the mission of the Seventh-day Adventist Church who would otherwise be unable to afford a Christian education. Scholarship awards are based on academic achievement, financial need, and community outreach. Specific amounts of scholarship awards vary from year to year and are dependent on...

Lift Parts Express Scholarship

Deadline: Apr 30, 2023
To be eligible for the Lift Parts Express Scholarship you must be either: A) A Current Senior in High School or B) A Freshman or Sophomore in College/University 1. Be a legal resident of the United States or Canada 2. Enrolled or expected to be enrolled by the Fall of 2023 3. Submit a completed online application form prior to...

Got a Spine Scholarship

Deadline: May 02, 2023
To be eligible for the Arctic Chiropractic "Got a Spine Scholarship" a student must: 1) Be attending college or university no later than October of 2023. 2) Be attending college or university on a full-time basis by October of 2023. 3) Have achieved a GPA of 2.5 or greater during their last academic year. 4) Be a U.S. or Canadian...

Arctic Physical Therapy Scholarship

Deadline: Aug 31, 2022
Eligibility: To be eligible for the "Arctic Physical Therapy Scholarship" a student must: 1) Be attending college or university no later than January of 2023. 2) Be attending college or university on a full-time or part-time basis by January of 2023. 3) Have achieved a GPA of 3.0 or greater during their last academic year. *Note that you can be...

Canada Post gives $2,000 grants to Indigenous Peoples who have renewed their educational learning. Find out how to apply for the award. Who can apply? You're eligible to apply if you: A) Are a Canadian and a member of a First Nation, Métis or Inuit community B) Have been out of school for 1 year or more and are returning...

For School Specific Scholarships, select one of the schools below:
Collège Notre-Dame
École secondaire du Sacré-Coeur
École secondaire Macdonald-Cartier
Ephraim Curtis Middle
Lasalle Secondary School
Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High
Lo-Ellen Park Secondary School
Lockerby Composite School
Marymount Academy Catholic School
St Benedict Catholic Secondary School
St Charles College
Sudbury Secondary School

The city of Sudbury is situated in Northern Ontario, and is the most populous city within the region, with more than 157,000 people. The area of Greater Sudbury is a municipality that was just recently created. In the year 2001, the towns and cities of the former Regional Municipality of Sudbury, and several previously unincorporated geographic townships, merged to become Greater Sudbury. By land area, it is the largest city in Ontario, and the seventh biggest municipality by area within the nation.

Constituting its own independent census division, Greater Sudbury is not part of whichever district, county or regional municipality. Only four other cities within Ontario have this status: Ottawa, Toronto, Kawartha Lakes and Hamilton.

As a mining and mill town, Sudbury has a colourful labour past. In the year 1944, the city's mine workers succeeded in establishing a union with the certification of the Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers Local 598. Two companies, Inco and Falconbridge, attempted to destabilize the union by setting up their own puppet unions, the Falconbridge Workers Council and the United Copper Nickel Workers Union which the workers referred to as "Nickel Rash". The workers rejected these puppet unions. The very first mine workers' strike occurred during 1958 following several years of unrest. Smaller strikes also happened in the late 1960s.

The city of Sudbury has had several challenges reaping economic benefits due to taxation issues, in spite of having a tremendous amount of large nickel deposits within the area. Before the creation of the Regional Municipality of Sudbury in 1973, the city was not allowed to levy taxes against the mining businesses, whose facilities were situated within outlying company towns, such as Copper Cliff, Coniston, Frood Mine and Falconbridge. The city of Sudbury tried to solve the problem by annexing the company towns, but the Ontario Municipal Board always denied the requests of the city.

The ability of Sudbury to directly levy municipal taxes on mining businesses has been limited when compared to other Ontario cities, whose primary employers operate in other businesses. One local newspaper called Sudbury City "a city without a city's birthright," due to its taxation issues. However, mining remains a vital industry in Sudbury.

Sudbusry City has managed to overcome these obstacles to create a diversified economy, by creating a centre of government, commerce, tourism and research. The city's biggest single company has for a long time been the Vale nickel mine. However, the proportion of people hired by Vale has declined from 25 percent during the 1970s to less than five per cent of the city's workers these days. The mining industry is now outranked by education, health care, hospitality services, public administration, retail trade and mining machinery making.

Sudbury has also face various labour problems. Like for instance, there was a recent strike at Vale lasted from the summer of the year 2009 to the summer of the year 2010. These problems have has less of an effect on the general financial system than previous years.