People showed up at work and schools decked out in sports jerseys to send a message of support for the families of the dead

Canadians donned hockey jerseys on Thursday to honor the 16 players and team personnel who died after a semi-trailer collided with the youth team’s bus.

People showed up at work and schools across Canada decked out in sports jerseys as part of a “Jersey Day” commemoration inspired by a group of British Columbia hockey moms to send a message of support for the families of the dead.

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