Greta Thunberg Leads Climate ‘Strike’ In Alberta — Oil And Gas Workers Counter-Protest

The Daily Caller | 10/18/2019 | Staff
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Swedish teen climate activist Greta Thunberg lead a climate march Friday in Alberta, Canada, that was opposed by oil and gas workers in a convoy of trucks.

“So, today is Friday and as always we are on climate strike. Young people all around the globe are today sacrificing their education to bring their attention to the climate and ecological emergency,” Thunberg told her cheering fans. “We are not doing this because we want to. We aren’t doing it because it’s fun … or because we want to become a politicians when we grow up. We are doing this because our future is at stake.”

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But while Thunberg led a climate march in Edmonton, oil patch workers drove their convoy of trucks past the Alberta legislature to show their disapproval of Thunberg’s presence in the province.

The workers, who call themselves “United We Roll for Canada,” organized a huge demonstration in Ottawa last February with rigs parked in front of the national capital’s Parliament Buildings. They...
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