School children are wearing them, so is Mayor Jim Watson.
Ottawans are wearing their hockey jerseys today to honour the victims and support the survivors of last Friday’s Humboldt bus crash.
Members of the Canadian Forces were authorized to wear jerseys over their uniforms.
OC Transpo drivers were encouraged to wear a hockey jersey as a show of support for the Humboldt Broncos and their families.
It was a hockey mom from British Columbia who first urged people to wears a jersey Thursday as an expression of support after the Saskatchewan tragedy to send the mesage that “we are all one team.”
Sixteen died in the highway crash involving the Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team’s bus.
Another 13 were hurt.
The nationwide outpouring of support comes as the first of the crash victims’ funerals is held today at the arena where the hockey team played.
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