Cypress Oldham, Hayden Delorme and Lelan Oldham pose for a photo in their Humboldt Broncos gear for Jersey Day at Parkview Elementary on April 12. (photo contributed)

In photos: Parkview Elementary stands with the Humboldt Broncos

Team’s tragedy inspires many Canadians including Parkview Elementary students to don sports jerseys

Parkview Elementary students are some of the many Canadians wearing sports jerseys in support of the Humboldt Broncos hockey team who met with tragedy on a Saskatchewan Highway on April 6.

Related: Share your jersey shots with us, group photos scheduled in Salmon Arm, Sicamous.

Related: The first of 16. Funeral for play-by-play announcer of Humboldt Broncos


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