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Peterborough Community Invited to Express Condolences to Humboldt Broncos

Members of Peterborough and the surrounding communities are invited to express their condolences for the Humboldt Broncos and all those affected by Friday’s tragic accident.

With the help of Signarama Peterborough, a book of condolences has been created to allow community members to express their thoughts to the families and friends of the Humboldt Broncos hockey team, as well as the residents of the small Saskatchewan town.

The book is available to be signed at Peterborough City Hall until 4:30pm on Friday, April 13 as part of a display that includes photos of the 16 players, coaches, and staff that lost their lives.

Mayor Daryl Bennett signs the book of condolences for the Humboldt Broncos at City Hall on Tuesday, April 10.
Mayor Daryl Bennett signs the book of condolences for the Humboldt Broncos at City Hall on Tuesday, April 10.

Beginning Monday, April 16, the book will be available for signing in the North Lobby at the Peterborough Memorial Centre.

Extra 90.5FM has created a banner available for signing at their studios in the lower level of Peterborough Square.

The display, book, and banner will all be set up throughout the weekend of April 21 and 22 when the Petes host their 2018 Development Camp at the PMC.

The book and banner will then be sent to Humboldt Broncos team leadership.

A GoFundMe fundraising page has been created to assist those affected with incurred expenses. Donations to the page can be made here.

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