Climate change activist Greta Thunberg said sexually graphic stickers purportedly produced and distributed in Alberta show desperation and highlight that her cause is “winning.”
The stickers appear to depict the sexual assault of 17-year-old Thunberg, along with an Alberta energy services company’s logo.
The owner of the company, X-Site Energy Services, has denied having anything to do with the stickers.
In a tweet sent out Saturday morning, Thunberg linked to a news article about the stickers, and said, “They are starting to get more and more desperate… This shows that we’re winning.”
In response to criminal complaints about the stickers, Alberta RCMP issued a release saying the image does not meet the threshold for child pornography.
The stickers were widely denounced by many in the province, including the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers, Premier Jason Kenney and members of his government.
Thunberg visited Alberta and spoke at a rally in Edmonton in October of last year.
– With files from CP