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An injured player who returned to the Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team earlier this month has decided to step away.
Author Barry Heath, says he had good intentions when he wrote a book about the Humboldt Broncos and the team's deadly bus crash. Some of the survivors and families of those who died said they didn't want it published.
The head coach of the Humboldt Broncos says his Saskatchewan junior hockey team will push for seatbelt use on team buses after a deadly crash in the spring.
A program set up to deal with mental health issues in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League after the Humboldt Broncos bus crash has received about $1.4 million in donations.
Laws around seatbelt use vary from province to province, but the Humboldt Broncos crash has many sports teams buckling up regardless of the rules.
One person remains in hospital following a collision at a rural Saskatchewan intersection that left a bus carrying pipeline workers on its side in the ditch.
Ten people have been injured in a collision involving a semi-truck and a bus carrying workers at a highway intersection west of Saskatoon.
The Broncos were travelling to a Junior A playoff game against the Nipawin Hawks when their bus carrying 29 people collided with a truck -- killing 16, including 10 players, and injuring 13 more.
One of the Humboldt Broncos hockey players injured in a bus crash that killed 16 people has joined his hometown Western Hockey League team as an assistant to the coaches.
Brayden Camrud says he's looking forward to hitting the ice again when the Humboldt Broncos open their season Wednesday night in front of a sold-out hometown crowd.
A Humboldt Broncos player who suffered a brain injury in a hockey bus crash in Saskatchewan still has a long road to recovery.