The Second Anniversary

Today marks the second anniversary of that tragic accident that happened just outside of Bathurst, NB that claimed the lives of seven young boys and a teacher from my old high school.

I am not quite sure what is planned in Bathurst for today but I know that these boys won’t be forgotten.

Just recently in the news the company Loblaws was suing the BHS coach for $40,000 in damages that they suffered from this accident (IE replace the transport and for oil spoil) but thankfully everyone in Bathurst and myself included spoke up and the lawsuit was dropped. I personally thing that Wayne Lord has suffered enough not only loosing his own wife but the lives of seven young men. This is something that he has to live with on a day to day bases and then Loblaws deciding that they are going to sue was just the knife in the back that he didn’t need. It was an accident.

Since then I have decided that I will not give Loblaws or Maxi Inc my business.

Gone but not forgotten: Nathan Cleland, Justin Cormier, Daniel Hains, Javier Acevedo, Codey Branch, Nickolas Quinn and Nick Kelly. Teacher Beth Lord.

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Comments

  1. That is so sad. I hope you’re feeling better!

  2. Hi Cindy,
    The writeup in the paper mentions discussions about the ongoing search for the design for the memorial, the tires that are going on the high school vans for winter driving in NB, and the lawsuit Loblaws had going and then dropped. Nothing public planned as far as I know.

    Hope all is well. Happy New Year! And thank you for the Christmas card, too. Daniel’s first Christmas was a fun time.

  3. R.I.P

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