Greta Thunberg, the Swedish teenage climate activist that has been making waves in the environmental community, is finally going to be paying Canada a visit. Greta Thunberg's Canada trip will take her to Montreal, where she will take part in a climate protest scheduled for Sept. 27. In a tweet announcing her plan to attend the march in Montreal, Thunberg urged people to register and "spread the word!"\nThunberg had previously been invited to take part in the march by La Planète s’invite au Parlement, a climate action group based out of Quebec. The organization's spokesperson, Ben Clarkson, told Global News, "She is one of the loudest voices we have to call attention to the degrading environmental condition and emergency we have on the planet."\nSept 20 and 27 the World strikes again! Everyone is welcome, everyone is needed. I’ll be in New York 20/9 and in Montreal 27/9. Find or register your local strike at https://t.co/G06WbXNvl1 or local websites. Spread the word! #fridaysforfuture #climatestrike #schoolstrike4climate pic.twitter.com/BNI7ZywpsL— Greta Thunberg (@GretaThunberg) September 8, 2019\nGreta Thunberg first received international attention when she staged protests in her native Sweden. She refused to attend school before the country's election to highlight climate change and the effect it was having on people, particularly their mental health. Thunberg has since become a global icon for her climate protests, and is even nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.\nThunberg's outspoken advocacy for fighting climate change has brought her plenty of international attention, both positive and negative. Maxime Bernier, a candidate in Canada's federal election, recently called Thunberg "mentally unstable" on Twitter. He walked those comments back, but still referred to her as a "pawn."\nNot only has Thunberg been outspoken about climate change, but she has also talked openly about her mental health and Asperger's. She wrote in a tweet that being different is a "superpower." Though she noted that her diagnosis had limited her in the past, she has now found meaning in her quest to fight climate change.\nWhen haters go after your looks and differences, it means they have nowhere left to go. And then you know you’re winning!I have Aspergers and that means I’m sometimes a bit different from the norm. And - given the right circumstances- being different is a superpower.#aspiepower pic.twitter.com/A71qVBhWUU— Greta Thunberg (@GretaThunberg) August 31, 2019\nBefore I started school striking I had no energy, no friends and I didn’t speak to anyone. I just sat alone at home, with an eating disorder.All of that is gone now, since I have found a meaning, in a world that sometimes seems shallow and meaningless to so many people.— Greta Thunberg (@GretaThunberg) August 31, 2019\nThunberg had made her way to the United States from England in a zero-emission sailboat in order to attend the United Nations Climate Action Summit in New York on Sept. 23. She sounds like a force to be reckoned with.\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.