Terrace was named Hockeyville over Humboldt in 2009, so to honour the players who lost their lives Bob Park from All Season Source for Sports is sending the Terrace Hockeyville sign with all our signatures. If you get a chance, stop in and sign. #prayersforhumboldt

Terrace supports Humboldt

Terrace is showing its support today for the victims and familes of 16 people killed in the tragic Huboldt Broncos bus crash.

The Jersey Day event inspired by a group of B.C. hockey moms has gone national, with people across Canada sporting jerseys to send messages of support for the families who lost loved ones in last week’s horrific bus crash in Saskatchewan.

READ MORE: #JerseysForHumboldt reaches all corners of B.C.

The group set up a Facebook page following the crash that claimed the lives of 16 hockey players.

“We want to show our support to the families of Humboldt Broncos,” the message read.

“They are currently going through a tragedy that no family or community should experience. As hockey families we are here for you!”

“On Thursday April 12, 2018 … wear your Jersey to school, work, anywhere you go.”

READ MORE: B.C. hockey moms jersey campaign to honour players

An online campaign has raised more than $9 million to become the largest GoFundMe campaign in Canada and one of the five most successful campaigns ever on the platform.

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Amy Rutter, right, and daughter Orion Haughian who was born in Humboldt join many others in Terrace donning hockey jerseys to show support for the tragic Broncos bus crash.

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In 2009, Terrace competed with four other communities for the 2009 Hockeyville title: Humboldt, SK; Woolwich, ON; Thetford Mines, QC; and Harbour Grace, NL. Together we share the Hockeyville title with Humboldt, SK�� We are #HumboldtStrong

“Faith and works should travel side by side, step answering to step, like the legs of men walking. First faith, and then works; and then faith again, and then works again—until they can scarcely distinguish which is the one and which is the other.” - William Booth

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