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Stratford continues to remember Humboldt Broncos

The impact of the bus crash in Saskatchewan that killed fifteen members of the Humboldt Broncos Hockey Team continues to be felt from coast to coast.

Here in Stratford, the flags on all city buildings have been lowered until next Monday to honor those involved in the tragedy and to show solidarity with Humboldt.

This coming Thursday, the city will be also be joining with local schools, hospitals and other businesses where those participating will wear their hockey jerseys, or dress in the broncos colors of green and gold, to show their support.

Stratford Mayor Dan Mathieson says he’d like to see as many people as possible take part.

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“This was actually started by a group of mothers in B.C. and it’s catching on across Canada, it’s an easy way for people across this country to show their support and in communities in our province and in our community.”

He adds another way people are paying tribute is by leaving a hockey stick out on their porch to remember those who were affected.

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