Jessie Nash showed her support for Humboldt today.
Emily and Mia White wore these jerseys today.
The Academy Canada campus in Deer Lake had their jerseys on. Shown here, from left, are William Bennett, Nichole Boone, Robyn winterton, Deborah Cross, Shirley Oliver, Urika Turner, Kim Compton, Krista Scott, Rhonda Reid, Tiffany Larson, Melanie Tassone, April Thomas, Johnny Stuckless, and Jesse O'Quinn
Staff and students at St. Peter's Academy in Benoit's Cove made sure to have their jerseys handy on Thursday.
Staff at the Green Depot in Deer Lake made sure to show their support of Humboldt.
Re-Max Realty's Susan Gillias and The Mortgage Group's Brian Patey wore their jerseys on Thursday.
Gabriel (left) and Simon Decker from Pasadena.
Students and staff at the Academy Canada campus in Corner Brook proudly display their jerseys in honour of Humboldt.
These sticks were placed outside Immaculate Heart of Mary School. Across Canada, people have been putting their sticks outside in support of Humboldt.
Immaculate Heart of Mary School was one of a number of Corner Brook schools that took part in jersey day. These three students are, from left, Cameron Bishop, Carter Bromley, and Mark Janes.
Some of the Western Star staff had their jerseys on in support of the Broncos. They are: front (l-r) - Troy Turner and Diane Crocker; back - Corey Russell, Nicholas Mercer, Denise Motty, and Gary Kean.
Corner Brook's Public Works department got in on the movement.
Shelby and Cooper Allen show off their jerseys before heading to school.
The Corner Brook Fire Department was one of a number of organizations that took part in the Jerseys for Humboldt tribute on Thursday.
In just about every classroom at Corner Brook Regional High on Thursday there was someone wearing a sports jersey in honour of the Humboldt tragedy. It was a student lead initiative that saw the school collect money for a GoFundMe campaign for the Broncos hockey team. By mid-morning the students had collected over $900 and hoped to surpass $1,000 by the end of the day. The school planned to add $500 to the cause and Steele Auto Group also pledged to match up to $1,000. Luke Dumont, front, and Jayden Brewer, behind, were among several students wearing jerseys in guitar class.