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Premier Wynne speaks with Queen’s students

Premier of Ontario tours the Queen's Centre before taking part in a question-and-answer session.

  • Premier Kathleen Wynne visited Queen's University on Wednesday, Feb. 14 and took part in a town hall meeting with students in Wallace Hall.
    Premier Kathleen Wynne visited Queen's University on Wednesday, Feb. 14 and took part in a town hall meeting with students in Wallace Hall.
  • Premier Kathleen Wynne reacts as she is introduced by MPP Sophie Kiwala, as SGPS president Adam Grotsky looks on.
    Premier Kathleen Wynne reacts as she is introduced by MPP Sophie Kiwala, as SGPS president Adam Grotsky looks on.
  • A group of students speak with Premier Kathleen Wynne and MPP Sophie Kiwala at Common Ground as they toured the Queen's Centre on Wednesday, Feb. 14.
    A group of students speak with Premier Kathleen Wynne and MPP Sophie Kiwala at Common Ground as they toured the Queen's Centre on Wednesday, Feb. 14.
  • Premier Kathleen Wynne answers a question during a town hall event hosted in Wallace Hall. The premier is touring universities across on Ontario,
    Premier Kathleen Wynne answers a question during a town hall event hosted in Wallace Hall. The premier is touring universities across on Ontario,
  • Premier Kathleen Wynne introduces herself to a Queen's student during her stop at Common Ground, during her visit to Queen's University.
    Premier Kathleen Wynne introduces herself to a Queen's student during her stop at Common Ground, during her visit to Queen's University.
  • Town hall meeting attendees look on as Premier Kathleen Wynne answers a question put to her by a Queen's student on Wednesday.
    Town hall meeting attendees look on as Premier Kathleen Wynne answers a question put to her by a Queen's student on Wednesday.

Premier Kathleen Wynne (Artsci’77) visited Queen’s University on Wednesday to speak with students during a town hall meeting.

The premier started her tour of her alma mater by visiting the Queen’s Centre where she had a number of informal talks with students.

She then made her way to Wallace Hall where Queen’s students asked her a number of questions on topics including funding for post-secondary education, healthcare, and the increase in the minimum wage.

The visit to Queen's was part of the premier's ongoing tour of post-secondary institutions. After departing Queen's, her next stop was nearby St. Lawrence College.