First Nations Leader, energy minister invite activist Greta Thunberg to Calgary during upcoming Alberta visit

"An opportunity for Greta to come here with an open mind, see our beautiful province and learn how Albertans are proud to produce energy the world needs with the highest environmental, social, and governance standards. Then she should visit other energy-producing countries,”


The world’s most famous climate activist says she’s heading for Alberta, and a First Nations Leader is extending an invitation for the teen to meet with him.

Greta Thunberg, the 16-year-old Swedish student who captured the world’s attention with her weekly climate strikes, said on Twitter that she is planning to visit Alberta.

There are no details on when Thunberg would arrive or what she will do while in Alberta.

Tsuut'ina Nation Chief Lee Crowchild has extended an invitation for the youngster to visit, as has Energy Minister, Sonya Savage





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