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Sacred Heart College, Sudbury's first post-secondary institution opened in 1913.
There are 5,000 km (3,107 mi.) of mining tunnels under the Sudbury area. Placed end-to-end, you could drive from Sudbury to Vancouver underground.
The first fire station in Sudbury was built in 1885.
In 1929 Inco installed the first sewage treatment plant in Canada.
The Frood Mine, produced 40% of nickel used for allied forces in WWII.
At one point Junction Creek ran through downtown, giving Sudbury the name "Venice of the North".