Greta Thunberg will visit Alberta, according to a tweet from the teenage climate activist. Thunberg has visited Canada already, having attended the Climate March in Montreal on September 27. By heading to Alberta, Thunberg will be stepping foot into the heart of Canada's oil industry.\n"Heading north again. Now follows a few days of well needed rest while enjoying the spectacular nature of Wyoming, Idaho and Montana. Then on to Alberta, Canada! #slowtravel" Thunberg wrote in her tweet. Thunberg made the announcement just one day after giving a speech in Denver, Colorado.\nThunberg travelled to North America on a zero-emissions sailboat in August in order to attend the U.N. climate summit.\nNo specific timeframe or locations have been brought up, so there is no telling which cities Thunberg will visit while she is in Alberta. Thunberg had previously told Prime Minister Justin Trudeau that Canada was not doing enough to fight the effects of climate change.\nThunberg's tweet was met with mixed reactions on Twitter. There were a number of replies implying that Thunberg would have a difficult time in Alberta, and even some that said she was not welcome.\nHeading north again. Now follows a few days of well needed rest while enjoying the spectacular nature of Wyoming, Idaho and Montana. Then on to Alberta, Canada! #slowtravel pic.twitter.com/iTfyF9ROCb— Greta Thunberg (@GretaThunberg) October 13, 2019\n"Don’t bother coming to Alberta. We got take advice from 16 year old UN shills. Have a nice trip though!!" wrote @Muddog2626.\n"Stay out of Alberta. Nothing there for you. It's snowed already though," wrote @BarbieBee63.\nTwitter user @LynnRahn1 said very plainly, "You will not be welcome in Alberta."\nDon’t bother coming to Alberta. We got take advice from 16 year old UN shills. Have a nice trip though!!— Wil 🌊🌊🌊🌊🌊🌊 (@Muddog2626) October 13, 2019\nStay out of Alberta. Nothing there for you. It's snowed already though.— Barbie Bee 63 (@BarbieBee63) October 13, 2019\nYou will not be welcome in Alberta.— Lynn Rahn (@LynnRahn1) October 13, 2019\nNo thanks.— Lisa (@NoMoreLore259) October 13, 2019\nOnly if you're coming to congratulate us on our massive boreal forest preserve, which covers 57% of the province, or to recognize our world-class CCS technology. If it's to lecture us or to interfere in our federal election, then it's a hard pass. #cdnpoli #elxn2019 #CanadaVotes— Average Canadian Joe (@JosephM32971060) October 13, 2019\nBorder services need to stop her at the border. Her purely political foreign campaign should not be allowed in Canada until after the election. If she does go to Alberta, every dime spent to be there is third party election campaigning. Foreign interference— SK Jo (@invigilator4) October 13, 2019\nPlease go home, hang out with your friends and enjoy your childhood. Thank you.— Kenster (@Kenster0007) October 13, 2019\nHeya #GretaThumberg we don’t need you and Canada we’re doing just fine thank you very much. #ClimateAction #ClimateHoax https://t.co/LtLnhTRHwk— VictoriaL59 (@Victoria59L) October 13, 2019\nTime to go home. If you want to live in a cave wrapped with animal skins and eat roots go ahead. Oil energy is essential now as it was 100 years ago. Manitoba just had a brutal SNOW storm in early october and the hero was fuel. Fuel for heavy equipment,generators and chainsaws.— redneck-dave (@redneckdave204) October 13, 2019\nPlease stay away. Unless you’re only coming to enjoy all the beautiful nature, and not lecture us about the oilsands. Try china, india, saudi, iran instead. I’m sure they will be much more welcoming towards you.— Ross Donison (@Gasguzlr) October 13, 2019\nPlease go home and stay there you insufferable puppet.— D. John Hughes ↗️ (@Down_2_Tweet) October 13, 2019\nTake your Climate Change fraud roadshow someplace else. Try Yemen!— Mr. Stevyrino (@stevyrino) October 13, 2019\nSome Twitter users even expressed concern for Thunberg's safety while she visits Alberta.\n"omg..... she needs security going to Alberta. I'm not trying to be offensive to Albertans, but I don't see this going well for her out west. 🤦🏻♀️" wrote @yannascsc.\n"Frankly, I wouldn't go to Alberta after today. Prime Minister @JustinTrudeau was forced to wear a bulletproof vest today. The ultra right is getting more violent every day," wrote @steveinburnaby, referencing an October 12 Trudeau rally that received a security threat.\nomg..... she needs security going to Alberta. I'm not trying to be offensive to Albertans, but I don't see this going well for her out west. 🤦🏻♀️— Yanna (@yannascsc) October 13, 2019\nFrankly, I wouldn't go to Alberta after today. Prime Minister @JustinTrudeau was forced to wear a bulletproof vest today. The ultra right is getting more violent every day. https://t.co/GGFh2i6skY— Stephen Walker (@steveinburnaby) October 13, 2019\nShe's going to need security staff here in AB, imho.— Sam Gunsch (@SamvgWr) October 13, 2019\nAlberta? Be careful there.— Matthew Forbes (@VaughanPappy) October 13, 2019\nI would skip Alberta if I were you. Too dangerous and you will change no one`s mind there.— Aatos Lehtila (@Qualifyfor) October 13, 2019\nThe provincial government in Alberta recently launched an initiative to identify the political affiliations of climate protesters. They have even asked Albertans to anonymously identify climate protesters.\nAlberta premier Jason Kenney also made remarks at an Oil Sands trade show in September, where he said that Russia's tendency to throw climate activists in prison was "instructive."\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.