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Therapy dogs and their handlers were dispatched to the Humboldt vigil following the Broncos bus tragedy. Pictured: Colleen Dell and Subie, Justin Morrison and Jet, Wendy Stoeber and Womble, Stephanie Peachey and Dude.
Therapy dogs and their handlers were dispatched to the Humboldt vigil following the Broncos bus tragedy. Pictured: Colleen Dell and Subie, Justin Morrison and Jet, Wendy Stoeber and Womble, Stephanie Peachey and Dude. Submitted photo/St. John Ambulance

Therapy dogs play their part in Broncos tragedy support

By Glenn Hicks
April 16, 2018 - 2:00pm

The entire nation and world have been extraordinarily supportive in the wake of the Humboldt Broncos bus tragedy 10 days ago, and even man's best friend has being playing a part.

More than 100 people came out to support STARS Air Ambulance through a street hockey tournament in Shellbrook. The tournament raised $14,000, according to coordinator Nicole Phillip.
More than 100 people came out to support STARS Air Ambulance through a street hockey tournament in Shellbrook. The tournament raised $14,000, according to coordinator Nicole Phillip. Bryan Eneas/paNOW staff

Street hockey tournament raises money for STARS

By Bryan Eneas
April 16, 2018 - 12:00pm

Staff and students from the W.P. Sandin School and community members from Shellbrook gathered together to show their support for the Humboldt Broncos and raise funds for a good cause.

Taylor MacPherson/paNOW Staff

10 from Humboldt Broncos crash remain in hospital, 2 in critical condition

By paNOW Staff
April 13, 2018 - 5:39pm Updated: April 14, 2018 - 11:53am

It's been one week since the Humboldt Broncos' fatal crash near Tisdale and 10 team members and staff remain in hospital.

Two of the individuals are in critical condition according to a release from the Saskatchewan Health Authority.

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