transport truck: In early April a bus full of young hockey players The Humboldt Broncos coaches, trainers and a sportscaster crashed into a loaded transport truck on a lonely stretch of highway in central Saskatchewan, according to Toronto Star. Sixteen people died, 13 were injured. But despite the differences in location and cause of the suffering and deaths, I couldn't help but notice that the response, whether it emerged in Saskatchewan or downtown Toronto and then spread across the country, seemed quintessentially Canadian. The classic Canadian road trip a small town hockey team on its way to another small town for a match that everyone in both towns was excited about. Just over two weeks later an addled young man aimed a van down a busy Toronto sidewalk. Thousands of such road trips are taken across the country every winter. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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