Valley East is a district of the city of Greater Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. First incorporated in 1973 as a separate town within the Regional Municipality of Sudbury, Valley East was so named because it comprised the eastern half of the Sudbury Basin. The biggest of the six towns in the Regional Municipality, it was reincorporated as a city in 1997 because of proceeded with populace development. On January 1, 2001, the city and the Regional Municipality were broken up and amalgamated into the city of Greater Sudbury. Prior to the amalgamation, Valley East was Northern Ontario's 6th biggest city, positioning after Timmins and before Kenora.
As indicated by the Canadian registration of 2001, the last one that recorded Valley East as a different element, the city had a populace of 22,374. In the Canada 2011 Census, Valley East's principle neighborhoods were assembled as the populace focus of Valley East, with a populace of 20,676 and a populace thickness of 368.9/km2, despite the fact that the limits of the urban zone don't compare to those of the previous district. Valley East is currently separated between Wards 5, 6 and 7 on Greater Sudbury City Council, and is spoken to by councilors Robert Kirwan, Rene Lapierre and Mike Jakubo.
Currency: Dollars - CAD Language : English, French Weather: Summer 14°C to 25°C Winter -3°C to 3°C