The Northern View team in their jerseys for #JerseysForHumboldt day. (Jonathan Boutilier / The Northern View)

Jersey Day in honour of the Humboldt Broncos

People across Canada are sharing photos and messages today to support the Humboldt families

A Jersey Day event inspired by a group of B.C. hockey moms has gone national, with people across Canada — and Prince Rupert — 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: Langley hockey moms jersey campaign to honour Humboldt players goes international

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RTI employees wearing jerseys on Jersey Day in memory of the Humboldt Broncos Hockey Team. (Catherine Quane photo)

Support for the #Humboldt today from my sister Veronica Williams and I. (Tracy Rempel photo)

The Prince Rupert RE/MAX team in their jerseys. (Kenn Long photo)

The boys wearing their jerseys in honour of the Junior Hockey team today. The company is McGill St Laurent all the way in the old port of Montreal, Quebec. # JerseysForHumboldt (Nina Borjian photo)

Prince Rupert residents in their jerseys walking around town. (Phuong Nguyen photo)

Tiffany and Harrison Prystay show their support on Jersey Day. (Tiffany Prystay photo)

Port Edward Mayor Dave MacDonald and Bob Payette in their jerseys. (Phuong Nguyen photo)

Northern Savings Credit Union show their support for Jersey Day. (Stefan Delloch photo)

MacCarthy GM wear their jerseys in support of the Broncos. (Kim Godfrey photo)

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