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Osler School raises funds for emergency first responders

Osler School teacher Pat Bodnar (left to right), Student Leadership Council representative Sierra Janzen, and Osler School teacher Tamara Milnthorp with a donation to Wounded Warriors Canada

When emergency responders arrived on the scene of the Humboldt Broncos team bus tragedy on a cold and lonely stretch of highway south of Nipawin in early April, their heroic and timely actions saved many lives. Continue reading “Osler School raises funds for emergency first responders”

Aberdeen lighting memorial candles on Day of Mourning

A Humboldt Broncos memorial, signed by residents of Aberdeen, greets people driving into the village. A candlelight ceremony on April 28 is slated at the Aberdeen Recreation Complex

The Town of Aberdeen is paying its respects to workers killed on the job, as well as the victims of the Humboldt Broncos bus crash and their families.
A candle lighting ceremony is slated for 7:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 28 at the Aberdeen Recreation Complex (ARC). Continue reading “Aberdeen lighting memorial candles on Day of Mourning”