Your morning headlines for Thursday, April 12th.
Canadians wear jerseys to honor the Humboldt Broncos:
In light of the fatal bus crash in Saskatchewan, a group of hockey parents from BC created the initiative #JerseysForHumboldt for people to show support for the families and friends affected by the Humboldt bus crash. According to the Jerseys For Humboldt facebook page, support has come from all over the world. Social media users posted photos of their jerseys with the hashtag #JerseysForHumboldt.
Second Cup looking to change some coffee shops to pot shops:
Second Cup Coffee and the National Access Cannabis Corp. announced in a statement that they plan to operate NAC-branded cannabis dispensaries across Western Canada. Second Cup is Canada’s second-largest retailer of specialty coffee, and applicable franchisees will eventually carry cannabis products.
Vancouver Police Department issue search warrant in missing woman case:
Detectives with VPD’s homicide Unit said in a press release they’ve executed a search warrant at a home on East 15th Avenue near Clark Drive. This warrant is in relation to the disappearance of Su Yi Liang on January 8th. The VPD is asking the public to come forward with any information.