It’s a simple — yet moving — tribute to honour 15 lives lost in rural Saskatchewan last Friday.
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Canadians are placing hockey sticks on their front porches in honour of the victims of the bus crash involving the
Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team.
Among those taking part in the #PutYourSticksOut campaign, is Speaker of the Nova Scotia House of Assembly Kevin Murphy, who left a stick outside Province House.
“First of all, I’m a hockey dad and come from a hockey family, and the events that occurred in Humboldt on Friday deeply affected myself and my family and I think just about every member of this house,” he said.
“It was a very small but humble showing of support that we could do here at this assembly … for the community of Humboldt, the people involved with the Broncos.”
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Here are some of the photos we’ve received from others taking part in the campaign:
Submitted by Carrie Good from New Brunswick.
Submitted/ Carrie Good
Submitted by Craig Hughes of Moncton.
Submitted/ Craig Hughes
Submitted by Janelle of Fredericton.
Submitted by Chantelle Lewis-Moore from Eastern Passage, N.S.
Submitted/ Chantelle Lewis-Moore
Submitted by Christine McDonald, who says her boys put their hockey sticks out before bed.
Submitted/ Christine McDonald
Submitted by Michelle Grover-Forrest from Cole Harbour, N.S.
Submitted/ Michelle Grover-Forrest
Submitted by Yvonne LaPierre showing hockey sticks from former Halifax Citadels players.
Submitted/ Yvonne LaPierre
This tribute in Hortonville, N.S. is one of many across the country in honour of the victims of the Humboldt Broncos bus crash.
Submitted/ Ashley Curry
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