Families affected by Humboldt bus crash calling on province to re-instate highway safety measures

October 16 2019 8:07pm Families affected by the Humboldt bus crash joined members of the provincial NDP Wednesday afternoon, asking the UCP to cancel plans to exempt truck and bus drivers from new safety standards. Chris Chacon reports. ‘ });…

Former Humboldt Bronco opens up about mental health: ‘It’s okay to not be okay’

April 6, 2018 is a day that will forever be etched in Tyler Smith’s mind. And yet, it’s a day he doesn’t remember. In fact, the former Humboldt Broncos player doesn’t remember anything until a few days after the crash.…

Humboldt Broncos families push petition that seeks country-wide trucking laws

New trucking regulations have been implemented in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario following the Humboldt Broncos tragedy, when 16 people were killed, including players and staff, and 13 others were injured. Those dealing with the loss of loved ones, though,…

Ryan Straschnitzki, Humboldt bus crash survivor, participates in worldwide spinal cord research run

A Humboldt bus crash survivor was one of more than 120,000 people running simultaneously across the world for a good cause on Sunday. Ryan Straschnitzki, 20, an Alberta hockey player paralyzed from the chest down, participated in the Wings for…

Character of Humboldt Broncos bus crash victim Adam Herold keeps family going

A Saskatchewan family is working to help others the way Adam Herold, who died in the Humboldt Broncos bus crash, would have. The 16-year-old Montmartre, Sask. native was a late addition to the 2017-18 Broncos, a team in the midst…

Humboldt Broncos play-by-play announcer preserves team’s legacy

When the Humboldt Broncos got back on the ice last fall it marked the start of a new chapter for the team. One of the people tasked with telling that story was Rory McGouran, a newcomer to the community who…

The story of the Humboldt Broncos: One year later

April 6, 2019, marks one year since the fatal collision that changed the lives of the Humboldt Broncos hockey team, their families and their entire community. What followed was a remarkable outpouring of support and love from across the nation…

Survivors, families mark Humboldt Broncos tragedy forever with tattoos

It’s a day many want to forget. It’s the people they want to remember. “I always have him with me now,” former Humboldt Broncos hockey player Ryan Straschnitzki says after a three-hour tattoo session in Calgary. Permanently inked into the…

How the trucking industry has changed 1 year after the Humboldt Broncos bus crash

Kim Wylie has been a truck driver for 38 years and lives in Humboldt, Sask. Last year, when the bus carrying the Humboldt Broncos hockey team collided with a semi truck, killing 16 people on board, Wylie was devastated. “We’re…

Survivors in Humboldt Broncos crash continue to heal from injuries

The Humboldt Broncos were on their way to Nipawin, Sask., for a playoff game on April 6, 2018, when their team bus collided with a semi-truck that ran a stop sign at a rural intersection, leaving 16 people dead and…