Premier Kathleen Wynne will visit Sault Ste. Marie on Thursday as part of a week long tour of the province’s post secondary institutions.
Wynne will talk with students and wants to hear from them surrounding changes coming to the Ontario Student Assistance Program.
The program aims at making education more accessible and includes free tuition for about 210,000 students from low income families.
There’s also speculation that Wynne may announce a by-election date for the riding. Sault Ste. Marie MPP David Orazietti resigned from his Cabinet position and as MPP at the end of December.
Wynne has also be plagued by high electricity costs caused by the Liberals green energy policies.
Wynne will also make stops in Toronto, London, Waterloo, Guelph and North Bay.