Calgary Trucking company under investigation for Humboldt Broncos crash

pexels-photo-93398.jpegAn investigation is now underway for the Calgary trucking company that was involved with the Humboldt Broncos Bus Crash.

Adesh Deol Trucking, the company that contracted out the semi that collided with the Broncos team bus, has now been suspended and will continue to be until the investigation into the crash is complete.

“The suspension is a direct result of the collision and the fact the company still has another vehicle in operation,”

The Alberta Transportation ministry says the suspension is standard procedure any time a commercial carrier is involved with a high profile accident.

The RCMP has yet to release any information as to the cause of the crash that killed 15 and 14 others last Friday.

-Ryan O’Donnell


Provincial Premiers put problem’s in the past

agreement Conflict over Saskatchewan attempts to ban Alberta licence plates from its government work sites has been put to a stop.

But the tension between the provincial leaders, is still high lately.

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley and Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe are planning to address the issues at hand in order to move on.

It’s expected that the two will share some differences, but Moe feels it’ll be okay and is looking forward to the discussion with Notley.

– Vanessa Arrate