Across the country today, Canadians are taking part in "jersey day" — wearing hockey jerseys in a show of solidarity with the family and friends of those lost and injured when a bus carrying the Humboldt Broncos hockey team collided with a transport truck this weekend.
Those across the North are no exception. Take a look at some shots from jersey day — from Whitehorse to Baker Lake, Nunavut, in our gallery.
The Rankin Rock, from Rankin Inlet, Nunavut, show their support at an outdoor practice. (Submitted) The students and staff of Kiilinik Ilihakvik High School, in Cambridge Bay, Nunavut. (Submitted ) The students and staff of Louis Norwegian School in Jean Marie River, N.W.T. show their support. (Submitted by Boris Sanguez) Wuvs and Coco pose for a photo in Hay River, N.W.T. (Submitted by Stephanie King) Olivia Kovic and her son Adam in Iqaluit, Nunavut. (Submitted by Olivia Kovic) The students of Levi Angmak Elementary School in Arviat, Nunavut pose for a group shot. (Submitted by Gwen Ishalook) Crystal Catholique, from Lutsel K'e, N.W.T., shows her support with her family (and cat!). (Submitted by Crystal Catholique) The mulit-service day centre in the Cree community of Waskaganish, Quebec, showed up Thursday in support. (Submitted by Queenie Stephen) Residents and students pose in front of the Umimmak School in Grise Fiord, Nunavut, the most Northerly community in Canada. (Submitted) The students at Sir John Franklin High School in Yellowknife were out in force with their jerseys on Thursday. (Submitted by Andrea Pellerin) James Bay Eeyou School in the Cree community of Chisasibi, Quebec, pose for a shot in their gymnasium. (Submitted by Eric Grimstead) Jackie Qaqasiq and her family pose for a shot in Iqaluit. (Submitted) William and Annie Pavialok - and the Stanley Cup! - in Cambridge Bay, Nunavut. (Submitted) The instructors at Yukon College, in Whitehorse. (Submitted by Lorri Jean Fraser) The Gwich'in Tribal Council executive and staff pose for a photo in Inuvik, N.W.T. (Submitted by Tanya Snowshoe) Landon T'seleie had a message for the Broncos on his polo today in Yellowknife. (Submitted) The students of the grade 2 class at Harry Camsell School in Hay River, N.W.T., had a message for the Broncos. (Submitted by Rachel Daigneault-Durocher) Nanurluk Pizzo-Lyall, in Taloyoak, Nunavut, sports a Maple Leafs shirt. (Submitted by Josie Marqniq) Staff of the Workers' Safety and Compensation Commission in Iqaluit pose for a photo. (Submitted by Maggie Collins) The staff of the Workers' Safety and Compensation Commission in Yellowknife bow their heads in solidarity. (Submitted by Maggie Collins) Felix Tologanak-Labrie is out in his Oilers jersey in Cambridge Bay, Nunavut. (Submitted) Clementine, Oscar, and Hugh Burgess pose this morning in Whitehorse, Yukon. (Submitted by Tiff Tasane) The entire Mangilaluk School in Tuktoyaktuk, N.W.T. posed in the gym for a photo to show their support. (Submitted by Emily Beresford) Eddie and Sidney Johnson sport their Winnipeg Jets jersey in Yellowknife. (Submitted by Katie Johnson) Sue-Anne Gibbons, of Iqaluit, submitted this photo of her and her panik — or, daughter — wearing their Toronto Maple Leafs jerseys. (Submitted by Sue-Anne Gibbons) The students of Jens Haven Memorial School in Nain, Nunatsiavut. (Submitted by Ken Dicker) The students and staff at Chief Jimmy Bruneau School in Behchoko, N.W.T. pose for a group shot. (Submitted by Taralee Lafferty) The students of Yellowknife's St. Patrick's High School were out with jerseys in force. (Alex Brockman/CBC) 'Buffalo' Joe McBryan and his dog Patches pose in Yellowknife, N.W.T. (Anonymous) The Eetoolook family in Taloyoak, Nunavut might root for different teams - but they are all out Thursday in support of the Broncos. (Submitted)