Warning this story contains offensive language.Finance Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland did not get a very warm welcome from one Albertan..A video posted to social media shows an Albertan man yelling at Freeland at a Grande Prairie hotel while she is entering a elevator..“Chrystia! What the f*ck are you doing in Alberta?" ."F*cking traitor. F*ucking bitch. Get the F*ck out of this province," the man said..Duane Bratt, a political science professor at Mount Royal University said: "When you have a prairie premier and a possible soon to be 'remier claiming that the federal govt is illegitimate, you get the types of misogynistic intimidation that Freeland faced yesterday in Grande Prairie.".It is unclear if the Alberta RCMP were contacted about the incident..Premier Jason Kenney took to Twitter to apologize to Freeland.."The verbal harassment and threats directed at Minister @cafreeland during her visit to Alberta yesterday were reprehensible," Kenney said on Twitter.."If you disagree with a politician, by all means exercise your right to protest. But screaming threatening language & physical intimidation cross the line.".Kenney then invited Freeland to visit.."You know that our governments have a lot of serious disagreements. But you’re always more than welcome to come and visit us here in the province where you grew up & your family lives! As are all Canadians," Kenney said..UCP leadership candidate Travis Toews also made a statement about the video.."It's no secret Chrystia Freeland and I do not see eye-to-eye politically, but what she experienced was frankly disgusting and completely unacceptable," Toews said.."This is not the Alberta I know and love. This isn’t the Grande Prairie I know and love.".Freeland responded on Twitter with a statement.."I am proud to be from Alberta," Freeland stated.."And I am very happy to be spending a few days in Peace Country. I'm going to keep coming back because Alberta is home, and because I want to keep meeting with Albertans from across this great province and visiting my family and friends here.".Freeland said: "What happened yesterday was wrong."."Nobody, anywhere, should have to put up with threats and intimidation.".It is unclear what the "threats" were or if Freeland contacted the RCMP.