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PHOTOS: British Columbians show their support for Humboldt with ‘Jersey Day’

People across the province donned their hockey jerseys to show support for the Humboldt Broncos

British Columbians sent their support for the family members of the Humboldt Broncos bus crash Thursday, during nation-wide ‘Jersey Day.’

Created by a group of hockey moms in Langley, the simple act of posting a photo in a sports jersey has gone viral, all to honour those who lost their loved one’s in last week’s bus crash northeast of Saskatoon.

READ MORE: Langley hockey moms jersey campaign to honour Humboldt players goes international

 

Student’s from Cowichan High School pose under the world’s largest hockey stick at the Cowichan Community Centre in Duncan, BC (Photo by Kevin Rothbauer/Black Press)

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