Sudbury Basin


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The Sudbury Basin is a complex geological structure dating back millions of years, and where much of Greater Sudbury resides. Thirty-seven miles long and 17 miles wide, it produces most of the world's ores and precious metals. The floor of the basin contains some of the best agricultural land in Ontario. A plaque in Bell Park explains the significance of this geological site, and its role in the province's mining history. 

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