Sudbury | Professions North

By: Professions North/nord  09-12-2011
Keywords: English as a second Language

Professions North/Nord Service Location

128 Larch St., Unit 601
Sudbury, ONP3E 5J8
Phone: (705) 222-1766
Toll-free: 1-866-210-3020
Fax: (705) 222-3766
Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-4:30pm

Community Information

Newcomer Services

10 Elm Street, Suite 112
Sudbury, ONP3E 5N3
(705) 675-2324 x3259 or (705) 688-7300

40 Elm Street, Suite 219
Sudbury, ONP3E 1S8
(705) 670-8105

196 Van Horne Street
Sudbury, ONP3E 1E5
(705) 674-0795

40 Elm Street, Suite 281
Sudbury, ONP3E 1S8
1-888-77MULTI or 1-888-776-8584

English as a Second Language
85 Larch Street
Sudbury, ONP3E 1B8
(705) 675-8405

504 St. Raphael Street
Sudbury, ONP3E 1M4
(705) 673-3031

Employment Services
10 Elm Street, Suite 112
Sudbury, ONP3E 5N3
(705) 675-JOBS or (705) 675-5627

124 Cedar Street, 3rd Floor
Sudbury, ONP3E 1B4
(705) 671-2544

109 Elm Street, Suite 110
Sudbury, ONP3C 1T4
(705) 675-5822

105 Elm Street, Suite E-6
Sudbury, ONP3C 1T3
(705) 560-3330

Keywords: English as a second Language

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