On Tuesday, Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne will make her first stop in Sudbury since the start of the provincial election campaign. Wynne will meet with students in Sault Ste. Marie in the morning before heading to Sudbury for two afternoon events.
She'll hold a news conference at NORCAT on Maley Drive at 2:40, before heading to a meeting with local Liberals around 6 pm.
Wynne's visit comes a day after NDP Leader Andrea Horwath visited the city.
Sudbury is currently held by the Liberals, but with the retirement of longtime MPP Rick Bartolucci, is up for grabs in the June 12 election. NDP candidate Joe Cimino is believed to be the frontrunner, leading Liberal candidate Andrew Olivier in the polls.
While the Tories haven't held the seat in decades, local candidate Paula Peroni has said she expects Leader Tim Hudak to come to Sudbury before the election.
NorthernLife.ca will be livestreaming from Wynne's first Sudbury stop at NORCAT beginning at 2:40 p.m. Visit live.northernlife.ca