The driver of a transport truck involved in a deadly crash with the Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team's bus has pleaded guilty to all charges against him. Jaskirat Singh Sidhu was charged with 16 counts of dangerous driving causing death and 13 charges of dangerous driving causing bodily harm.
Here are those who died in the crash:
Logan Alexander Boulet: A 21-year-old defenceman from Lethbridge, Alta.
Adam Scott Herold: A 16-year-old defenceman from Montmartre, Sask.
Logan William Hunter: An 18-year-old forward from St. Albert, Alta.
Jaxon Christopher Joseph: A 20-year-old forward from St. Albert, Alta.
Jacob Paul Benjamin Leicht: A 19-year-old forward from Humboldt, Sask.
Conner Jamie Lukan: A 21-year-old forward from Slave Lake, Alta.
Logan Evan Schatz: A 20-year-old forward from Allan, Sask.
Evan Thomas: An 18-year-old forward from Saskatoon, Sask.
Parker Allen Tobin: An 18-year-old goalie from Stony Plain, Alta.
Stephen Wack: A 21-year-old defenceman from St. Albert, Alta.
Tyler Anthony Bieber: A 29-year-old play-by-play announcer from Humboldt, Sask.
Dayna Brons: A 24-year-old athletic therapist from Lake Lenore, Sask.
Mark Travis Cross: A 27-year-old assistant coach from Strasbourg, Sask.
Glen Doerksen: A 59-year-old bus driver from Carrot River, Sask.
Darcy Haugan: The team's 42-year-old head coach from Humboldt, Sask.
Brody Joseph Hinz: The team's 18-year-old statistician from Humboldt, Sask.
Here are the 13 players who were injured:
Graysen Cameron: The 19-year-old forward from Olds, Alta., can't play hockey again after suffering back injuries in the crash. He has become an assistant coach for the Red Deer Optimist Chiefs, a top-tier, triple-A hockey team in the Alberta Midget Hockey League.
Brayden Camrud: The 21-year-old forward from Saskatoon overcame a severe concussion, loss of feeling in one of his arms and neck issues. He has returned to play with the Broncos this season.
Kaleb Dahlgren: The 21-year-old forward from Saskatoon suffered a fractured skull, a puncture wound in his head, a brain injury and six broken vertebrae in his back and neck. He has committed to play for the Lions hockey team at York University in Toronto.
Bryce Fiske: The 21-year-old defenceman from La Ronge, Sask., is studying commerce and playing hockey for the Ridgebacks at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology.
Morgan Gobeil: The 19-year-old defenceman from Humboldt, Sask., suffered a brain injury in the crash. His family said in a statement in September that he is recovering but would still be in hospital for a few more months.
Matthieu Gomercic: The 21-year-old forward from Winnipeg had minor injuries from the crash and has also joined the Ridgebacks at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology. He is studying kinesiology.
Xavier LaBelle: The 19-year-old defenceman from Saskatoon suffered a fractured skull, a concussion, internal bleeding and 20 broken bones in the crash. He has joined the Saskatoon Blades, his hometown Western Hockey League team, as an assistant to the coaches.
Layne Matechuk: The 18-year-old defenceman from Colonsay, Sask., suffered a brain injury in the crash. He was in a coma for a month, but has since left the hospital and his family said in a statement in September that he was getting stronger every day.
Derek Patter: The 20-year-old forward from Edmonton has returned to play with the Broncos this season.
Nick Shumlanski: The 21-year-old forward from Tisdale, Sask., walked away from the crash with minor injuries and is playing hockey for the University of Prince Edward Island Panthers in Charlottetown, P.E.I.
Tyler Smith: The 20-year-old forward from Leduc, Alta., had a broken collarbone, a broken shoulder blade and nerve damage down his left arm. He returned to play with the Broncos for about a month in the fall, but has since decided to step away from the team so he can continue his recovery at home.
Ryan Straschnitzki: The 19-year-old defenceman from Airdrie, Alta., was paralyzed from the chest down in the crash and continues his recovery with his family. Straschnitzki played in an exhibition sledge hockey charity game in Calgary in September and is hoping to eventually represent Canada at the Winter Olympics.
Jacob Wassermann: The goalie from Humboldt, Sask., who turns 19 on Wednesday, was paralyzed from the naval down. His dad said in November that he has started to have movement in his hips and his glute. He has also turned to sledge hockey to keep his on-ice dream alive.