Wynne will tour Crossworks Manufacturing's diamond-cutting and polishing factory starting at 4 p.m., which is training local workers and helping to increase the number of highly skilled diamond cutters and polishers in Canada.
She will meet with media at 4:40 p.m.
She will then head to Lively to visit Industrial Fabrication Inc., a company that makes underground mining vehicles and recently received provincial support to expand through the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation.
Wynne will also visit Kenora for the first time since being sworn-in, and she will be the first premier in recent history to visit Fort Severn, Ontario's most northern community. She will meet with Aboriginal leaders and deliver new books to children as they head back to school.
Then she heads to Thunder Bay to hold a jobs and growth roundtable with business leaders in the community. While there, Wynne will greet children on their first day back to school, and she will attend the opening ceremony for Lakehead University's new Faculty of Law.
Wynne will return to Sudbury for Sept. 4, where she will attend the opening ceremony for Laurentian University's School of Architecture.
This latest visit to the North follows Wynne's recent tour of eastern Ontario.