The memorial service at the Humboldt rink started off with a moment of silence at 4:50 p.m., the exact time of the collision.
Jaskirat Singh Sidhu
The Humboldt Broncos’ bus crash — a deeply personal tragedy laid bare for the world to see — turned one year old on Saturday.
Deceased hockey player Logan Boulet’s parents have initiated a program ‘Green Shirt Day’ being observed Sunday across the country, to inspire people to donate organs and help the life of others. Ottawa: A Canadian hockey player, who died in a bus crash caused by an Indian truck driver, has become an inspiration for a national movement […]
It was all getting too much. The bitterly cold prairie winter had become an apt illustration of the lifeless landscape taking shape in my Lenten spirit. My personal challenges were growing. The list of parishioners living their own agony, needing prayers, was getting way too long. Strife and relational tensions at recent meetings were compromising […]
The crash struck a chord with Canadians and others around the world. More than $15 million was raised to help the victims’ families
HUMBOLDT, Sask. — After prayers and songs filled the Saskatchewan hockey arena, Carol Brons spoke to the crowd as a grieving mother. Her daughter was one of 16 people who died after the Humboldt Broncos junior hockey bus collided with a semi truck at a rural intersection. Thirteen others were injured. Brons spoke Saturday at […]
HUMBOLDT, Saskatchewan (AP) – After prayers and songs filled the Saskatchewan hockey arena, Carol Brons spoke as a grieving mother. Her daughter was one of 16 people who died when the Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team bus collided with a semi at a rural intersection. Thirteen others were injured. Brons spoke Saturday at a memorial […]
On the one year anniversary of the deadly Humboldt Broncos crash that killed 16, Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe says he feels for everyone involved.
The service led by the team’s pastor was held at the Humboldt arena, where rows of yellow banners hung above the main entrance with the names of all 29 people who were on the bus that day.
Supporters came to Elgar Petersen Arena, in the tight-knit Saskatchewan community, to reflect, remember and continue to rebuild following the April 6, 2018 bus crash.
‘When we think of Humboldt, we cannot forget pictures of the wreckage — but what will stay in our hearts forever are images of compassion and strength,’ Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says
REGINA — Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe says he feels for everyone involved in the Humboldt Broncos crash and thinks daily about the deadly collision he was involved in years ago. “It’s one that weighs on me heavily every day of my life,” he told The Canadian Press in an interview Friday. “It’s part of me.” […]
We welcome positive changes delivered by government, inspired by our need to do something when we helplessly felt that we could do nothing.
There’s tragedy, hope, victories both large and small, grief that’s barely subsided.