Another massive climate strike has taken over the streets of Vancouver. It's estimated that there are 8,000 people marching in the Vancouver climate strike this Friday, October 25, CTV News reports. Leading the march is 16-year-old Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg. She's set to speak in front of the crowd as the march wraps up.\nClimate strikes have been taking place all over Canada for the past several weeks. Hundreds of thousands of people have marched together, colourful and impactful signs in hand, to demonstrate to world leaders that something needs to be done about the climate crisis.\nGreta Thunberg has been at the forefront of many of these strikes in Canada. She gave a speech in Edmonton last week and spoke with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on one occasion. After respectfully declining her invite to Victoria, Thunberg is now in Vancouver to take part in the march.\nThunberg is expected to address the crowd with one of her iconic speeches this Friday. Thousands have taken over the streets, shutting down traffic and flooding every corner of the rally space. Police are facilitating the crowds and warn drivers that delays are expected in the area.\nThunberg has led over 60 Fridays for Future rallies so far, so the fact that she drew this large of a crowd in Vancouver is not that surprising.\nAn overhead look at the @GretaThunberg rally in Vancouver during its peak attendance earlier. The crowd spilled out onto adjacent streets, as police stepped in to facilitate the large numbers. @CKNW pic.twitter.com/LAxjYVDGXW— Alan Regan (@alan_regan) October 25, 2019\nSea of hearts here for the press conference for the climate strike today in Vancouver pic.twitter.com/vULcPS0yB9— UBCIC (@UBCIC) October 25, 2019\nPeople have now taken to the streets to partake in the march. Following the march, everyone will return to the Vancouver Art Gallery. During Thunberg's Edmonton speech, she stated that a whopping 7.5 million people across the globe are currently participating in this movement.\nGreta Thunberg attends a climate strike in Vancouver, B.C., on Friday, October 25, 2019. (Ben Nelms for @CBCVancouver ) #climatestrikecanada #GretaThunberg #climatestrike pic.twitter.com/m7LrI4TGuR— Ben Nelms (@Ben_Nelms) October 25, 2019\nhttps://www.reddit.com/r/vancouver/comments/dn19rf/greta_thunberg_at_art_gallery_today/ from https://www.reddit.com/r/vancouver\nGreta Thunberg attends a climate strike in Vancouver, B.C., on Friday, October 25, 2019. (Ben Nelms for @CBCVancouver ) #climatestrikecanada #GretaThunberg #climatestrike pic.twitter.com/m7LrI4TGuR\n— Ben Nelms (@Ben_Nelms) October 25, 2019\n#ClimateStrike #timelapse #Vancouver pic.twitter.com/tSI6vlL1rx— jennifer torney (@jentorney) October 25, 2019\n"Imagine what we could do together if we really wanted to. Nothing is impossible if enough people stand united,” said Thunberg.\nNever quite seen a sight like this - absolutely incredible. Thousands gather at Vancouver Art Gallery in the fight against climate change. @GretaThunberg set to speak after a march through the streets of Vancouver @CKNW @GlobalBC pic.twitter.com/TkVdQLsMqB— Erin Ubels (@ErinUbels) October 25, 2019\nAccording to the Facebook event for the Vancouver climate strike, everything will end at 2 p.m. PST. Vancouver-Granville elect Jodi Wilson-Raybould is also participating in today's event, along with thousands of local students who were given the day off school.\nClimate Strike rally happening at the Vancouver Art Gallery, with Greta Thunberg. Vancouver showed up again to stress the importance of #ClimateAction now—no excuses! 🌎 ps: was nice to meet my friend, Eva, the artist. pic.twitter.com/p3yNzrHUg3— Jody Wilson-Raybould 王州迪 Vancouver Granville (@Puglaas) October 25, 2019\nFollowing the Vancouver event, Thunberg has not stated where she will go next. However, we're sure that she has some big things planned.\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.