One of the most beautiful and touching moments can be in this video of a young boy touched by the reality of what has happened.
My family left a hockey stick on our porch for the humboldt broncos, and our ring doorbell caught this video of my little brother looking at the stick when he came home from school. Watch until the end, heartbreaking. #humboldtstrong pic.twitter.com/6I9Zu6gF9V
— Victoria (@v_heaney16) April 12, 2018
We have seen individuals and communities come together to show the care we have for each other. This is what makes our country unique. Yes, we are individuals in our goals and aspirations, but we are collective in our grief and desire to understand this tragedy, to care for our neighbor and see some goodness come from this.
We are united with the brokenhearted, steadfast in our support of this community, strong in our commitment to provide whatever resources are needed, and free in the way we are expressing the love we have for the families that have been affected.
Canada: the country I love has, this week, embodied our True North spirit.
Along the road with you,
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