The Bloc Québécois' seat gain and the Liberals' win for a minority government in this past election have sparked a desire for Albertans to separate from the rest of Canada.\nMany people from Alberta are scared of how Trudeau will treat their province after it voted, almost entirely, for a Conservative government.\nFind out how people are reacting to the #wexitalberta movement on Twitter below!\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nThe Liberals winning a minority government has left many Albertans in fear of what will happen to their province. Alberta voted overwhelmingly for a Conservative government. Many people from Alberta believe that under a Liberal government they are treated as less than in comparison to Eastern Canada, especially now, with the victories of Bloc Québécois. Trudeau says he will try to take down the oil industry, although this industry employs thousands upon thousands of Albertans.\nIf the TransMountain pipeline moves forward, as Liberals say it will, then, people on social media claim, the rest of Canada will further benefit from Alberta's resources. Bloc Québécois leader, Yves-François Blanchet, said that he will ensure that no pipeline will transport more oil over Quebec soil — and many Albertans do not find this idea fair. If pipelines are going to be built, and all of Canada will profit from them, they argue, shouldn't they go through all of Canada?\nSo now, just like in Quebec, Alberta has a separatist movement on the rise. The Wexit Alberta movement has existed for years now but has gained immense popularity after this Canadian election. The movement is trying to become a real party in Alberta, with a full platform and constitution. The #wexitalberta hashtag has been trending on Twitter since the Liberal win was announced, and the reactions don't seem to be slowing down.\nMany are tweeting to Jason Kenney, the Premier of Alberta, asking him to move forward with the #wexit movement.\nAlthough Kenney has not directly answered these tweets, he has shared his letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau from October 22 about his concerns of favouritism when it comes to who Trudeau chooses to serve. Kudos for Kenney on the transparency!\nMy letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.Albertans sent a strong message to Ottawa in yesterday’s election. pic.twitter.com/WDYkNNJ4eh— Jason Kenney (@jkenney) October 22, 2019\nThe quotes that stuck out most to me in this letter include:\n"A deep frustration felt by Albertans... that we have contributed enormously to the rest of the federation, but that our province and its key industry has been under attack."\n"There is a very real threat to the fabric of our nation and a deep and abiding feeling of alienation felt across the west, not just in Alberta."\n"There is a need for provinces, territories and the federal government to work collaboratively to guarantee the best possible outcomes for Canadians."\n"A strong Alberta ensures a stronger Canada."\nIt doesn't seem as though Kenney is for the #wexitalberta movement, but he definitely shares the same concerns as people who are.\nPeople from Alberta are saying that they should use Quebec's separatist values as a model for their own.\n#WEXITALBERTA #wexitNeeds to happen. Sooner rather than later.@jkenneyAt the BARE MINIMUM we must model our province after Quebec and keep Canada at arms length. Make THEM pay us to stay.— Guy (@ERnotOR) October 22, 2019\nThough some point out that it would be much more difficult for an Alberta secession.\nTo all the folk pushing the #WEXITALBERTA its never gonna happen. It’s a nonsense pipe dream that needs to be discarded. 1. Alberta unlike Quebec has signed on to Confederation this makes it much more difficult to leave.— DM Buddha (@KrisTheGreat359) October 23, 2019\nExcept:\n#WEXITALBERTADo it. Quebec has tried, but they have nothing to offer the world in trade but poutine. Alberta has oilAlberta has the StampedeAlberta has the RockiesAlberta has cattle.Alberta can make Justin squirm like a schoolgirl without the Alberta transfer payments!— 'I am the chosen one' (@IAmTheChosenO11) October 22, 2019\nThis seems to be the major question going through the minds of many Albertans:\nwhy is Alberta still sending oil to Quebec ? BQ Yves-François Blanchet said “Apart from the fact that I don’t like our money being invested in oil, because it is the energy of the past and it is destroying the planet, I will let Western Canada do their own thing" #WEXITALBERTA— The Next 10 bagger (@Mickey17251) October 23, 2019\nIn the next federal election, we may just see a Block Alberta.\nTime to #WEXITALBERTA"Alberta, learn from Quebec! There must be a Block Alberta sitting in the house of Commons that holds a referendum to secede. Only then will you get respect from Ottawa and be able to negotiate terms favourable to Alberta." @puckmonkey888— Daniel Bertrand (@EAGLE1NEST) October 22, 2019\nThis Canadian election has definitely sparked a divide between Eastern and Western Canada.\nThe Canadian election should never be decided only by Ontario and Quebec.When Western votes have no influence on the elected government, something is wrong. Eastern provinces have too much power right now.#wexit #WEXITALBERTA #elxn43 pic.twitter.com/rjGKYjC1Yo— The Honest Fox (@thehonestfox1) October 23, 2019\nAnd many are blaming this divide on Trudeau and his government.\nWrong. The only one threatening to 'blow up this country' is #Trudeau. He chose #Quebec over the West.Do not try and lay the blame on anyone else.This is entirely on Trudeau and the Liberals.Cause and effect.#wexit #WEXITALBERTA #WexitSaskatchewan #WexitBC— themsteri (@teririch) October 22, 2019\nNot everyone in Alberta is for the #wexitalberta movement, but that doesn't mean they don't have things they believe need to be changed.\n#WEXITALBERTA I’m from Alberta and I don’t want to see us leave Canada. When Quebec wanted to leave, I didn’t want them to feel not apart of our country. That said we do feel alienated. We don’t understand why Canada wants to use oil from other places rather than keep us at work.— Monique mIlls (@frankenfarmer) October 23, 2019\nShouldn't Canada unite and fix its problems as a country, rather than have two provinces that want to leave? It seems that too many voices are not being heard.\nThe Albertan followers of the #wexit movement are seeking the same freedoms that they believe Quebec has.\n#wexit!! Quebec is power! Quebec is the golden child of Canada... what have you gotten from them? #WEXITALBERTA https://t.co/q5VL0U61Nm— 💙❤️ (@9291Motomom) October 23, 2019\nIt's no secret that many are criticizing the #wexitalberta movement.\nI always thought Quebec were the biggots of Canada. I can only thank #WEXITALBERTA for proving me wrong. It’s 2019, catch up with the times, will ya?! You’re embarrassing yourselves. 🤦🏽♀️— NBTweets (@NBtweetstoo) October 23, 2019\nSome are claiming the entire movement is a waste of time since Quebec and Alberta are both unlikely to ever actually separate from the rest of Canada.\nA real leader is he who is builds bridges and wants to work together. We have no time to listen to Western separation. Political differences and change of governments don't make us enemies.We are one strong Nation. Alberta and Quebec are Canada and vice versa #WEXITALBERTA https://t.co/25J7CBdptm— Dr. Rana, Neurologist (@Dr_Rana_Canada) October 23, 2019\nOne thing is for sure, people are beginning to see Quebec and Alberta as more similar than we once thought.\nAlberta, honey, you're sounding like Quebec. Quit being a big baby and behave instead. Even Quebec doesn't cry separatist as much as this anymore. #WEXITALBERTA— Micah (@thedragondjinn) October 22, 2019\nAlberta .... the Québec of the west #WEXITALBERTA #wexit— All Wright (@WrightlyWrong) October 22, 2019\nAnd then there are some who say no one should be complaining since we live in a democratic country.\n#WEXITALBERTA on behalf of all sane Albertans, current & former...#stfu and grow up. U bitch about #Quebec but do the same “hold ur breath” BS when u don’t get what u want. #democracyworks pic.twitter.com/j8jwTISN4p— Paul Plugged In (@PaulPluggedIn) October 23, 2019\nBut, is all this critiquing of Alberta a double standard in regard to Quebec's separatism?\nIt's interesting to me that Albertans are getting criticized online for #WEXITALBERTA. Yet those same folks, say nothing to Quebec who voted for 32 seats supporting the "Separatist" Bloc? It seems a HUGE double standard. The silence is deafening.— Jenzilla (@Jenzilla_Kona) October 22, 2019\nI'm sorry, but did everyone saying Albertans are b*tching and whining about separatism forget about the 32/78 Quebec ridings that voted in a separatist party? The double standard given to Quebec on separation by easterners compared to the prairies is appalling #WEXITALBERTA— kyle martin (@kylemartie) October 22, 2019\nClearly, the followers of the #wexitalberta movement are not going down without a fight, so hopefully, Trudeau is prepared to listen to the voices of people from every Canadian province.