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Humbolt Broncos bus company owner charged

Calgary, AB, Canada / RTBN
Humbolt Broncos bus company owner charged


The owner of the trucking company which was involved in the Humbolt Broncos tragedy in the spring, has been charged.

Being charged with non-compliance with federal and provincial safety regulations, Alberta Transportation Minister Brian Mason says the investigation found multiple instances of this over a six-month period.

Officials says a total of eight charges have been laid, and according to the provincial government, the penalty for Provincial Motor Regulatory offences is $310, but can be raised to as much as $2,000 per offence.

Sukhmander Singhs’ first court appereance will be in Calgary on November 9.


Reya Lehoux

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