Premier Scott Moe is continuing to show his support for the community of Humboldt after the Broncos bus crash that occurred on Friday night.
Premier Moe was in attendance last night at the Broncos vigil, and says it was a reminder of how Saskatchewan can come together in such tragic times.
Moe says the leadership from the community and the team has been on full display, during these difficult times.
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“The leadership that I see in individuals and the Humboldt Broncos, the City of Humboldt in that region, and to be at the vigil (Sunday) night, and to see that community all standing side-by-side, supporting one another, supporting those families that lost so much,” Moe says. “It makes me so proud to be from this province.”
Premier Moe says the support from around the world has been felt in the province.
“As challenging as this is, the support and the prayers are felt by the people in Humboldt, and are felt by the people of Saskatchewan and we’re so thankful for them,” Moe says. “We ask you to continue to pray for those families that have experienced the ultimate loss of a family member, and we ask you to pray for those that are in our hospitals.”
The go-fund-me page for the team is sitting at $6.1 million as of Monday night, making it the largest go-fund-me fundraiser in Canada’s history.