Rance Cardinal of Lac Seul has set a date.

He started walking from Sioux Lookout to Humboldt on April 11 to show his support for the players and families affected by the tragic bus crash, which claimed 16 lives. He's anticipating to make it to Humboldt by May 27.

In his most recent update, he is in the area of Oakshela, Saskatchewan, which is roughly 330 kilometres south east of Humboldt.

So far, Cardinal has walked roughly 900 kilometres with the support of family and friends. His Facebook page has over 11,000 likes and his GoFundMe page has surpassed its goal of $1000.00 with 37 people donating in seven days. 

In only 12 days, the Humboldt Broncos’ GoFundMe online fundraiser was able to bring in over $15 million for the players and families affected by the tragedy.

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