For Canadian country band Hunter Brothers, there were three crucial elements to growing up in their small Saskatchewan town: Music, farming and hockey. The Humb...oldt Broncos crash affected them deeply and they pay tribute to the team with this song.
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The GoFundMe campaign dedicated to the Humboldt Broncos closed Wednesday and all the donations will be transferred to a newly created memorial fund to help the victims of the horrific bus crash in Saskatchewan.
In a small Atlantic town more than 4,000 kilometres from Humboldt, Sask., a towering aluminum hockey stick has been erected to remember the 16 victims of the deadly Saskatchewan bus crash.
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Last night was about basketball. Afterwards was about much more.
For: Dayna Brons, Logan Schatz, Jaxon Joseph, Conner Lukan, Stephen Wack, Logan Hunter, Evan Th...omas, Adam Herold, Jacob Leicht, Logan Boulet, Parker Tobin, Darcy Haugan, Mark Cross, Tyler Bieber, Brody Hinz, Glen Doerksen
+ the 13 still battling
We present our Missing Man Formation tribute flight for the tragic loss of Humboldt Broncos team members.
Suivant la perte tragique des membres de l’équipe de...s Broncos de Humboldt, nous vous offrons notre vol en formation de l’homme disparu.
A moving performance.
'Amazing Grace' on harmonica, played by Jim McCready of Truro, for lives lost in Humboldt, Sask.
“$10 Million isn’t going to bring them back”.
True. Nor will it forgive the emotional devastation that the families and the community has and will continue to e...ndure.
It WILL cover their costs of travel, mental and physical rehabilitation, memorial services and time off work to effectively deal with their loss and re-growth.
It will pay for a chair, accessible ramp, and a vehicle for a boy who is left paralyzed. It will help him realize his new dream of playing in the Paralympic Games.
It will help the injured who are still fighting for their health and their lives with their as-of-yet unknown prognoses.
It will bring financial security to a family who has lost a husband and a father for many years to come.
It will send the survivors who will undoubtedly re-live unimaginable sights and sounds for the rest of their young lives to a lifetime of counseling. It will send them back to hockey, to University, or to whatever their shattered hearts desire.
It will be donated to STARS, hockey programs, and other sports organizations across the country.
Please don’t tell me that it should end or that it’s too much or that these families won the lottery (*actual comment heard*)! This is not a “jackpot” and it most certainly is not one that ANYONE would want to ‘win’.
Kindness and generosity have no limits.