On Thursday, we joined thousands of Canadians across the country and wore jerseys in a show of solidary with the victims and survivors of the Humboldt Broncos bus crash.
Jersey Day was organized by a group of B.C. women in support of Humboldt. Across Canada, people showed up to work and in school in sports jerseys. It was important to us to show our support for all those who have been affected and donning our jerseys was the least we could do.
To us, Jersey Day was more than just a hashtag. Just like many Canadians, a lot of us at the firm grew up in hockey families either playing ourselves or watching siblings play. Both of our partners played competitively in their youth, one for a Junior A team in Olds and Red Deer.
Our thoughts are with the players and families of the Humboldt Broncos.
We are all #HumboldtStrong.