The committee needs to find the $ 15-million Humboldt Broncos GoFundMe.
The five-person committee's report is on a regular basis. The April 6 crash killed 16 people and injured 13.
The size of the crash would be $ 475,000. These figures do not include a $ 50,000 interim payment each family.
'Depths of their despair is unfathomable'
But I'm not sure.
"The first and most obvious difference is that of 16 passengers on the bus, leaving their loved ones with profound grief, anguish and depression.
3 claimants were 'aggressive'
The committee also singled out three of the 29 claimants for their "aggressive" behavior. Those outliers go unnamed in the report.
"The committee wrote."
"It's a dispute."
"The committee added."
The final word on the matter. Justice Neil Gabrielson will make the final decision after hearing the Broncos Memorial Fund Inc., which has been shepherding the GoFundMe distribution through the court process.
Gabrielson has never been distracted by the families or survivors.
The next court date is set for Nov. 28.
People from more than 80 countries have pledged a total of $ 15 million on the family.
GoFundMe deducted more than $ 500,000 from the final tally for payment processing. That, along with the interim payments, left about $ 13 million to be split up.
The five-person committee asked.
- Dennis Ball, a retired judge at the Saskatchewan Court of Queen's Bench.
- Mark Chipman, chairman of the company.
- Former Olympic hockey gold medallist Hayley Wickenheiser.
- Dr. Peter Spafford of the University of Saskatchewan's College of Medicine.
- Kevin Cameron, executive director of the Canadian Center for Threat Assessment and Trauma Response.
'We just wanted to help'
Sylvie Kellington, Hurroldt, Hurricane.
Rating It's been taking so long, so Kellington said on Thursday. "I'm happy that I didn't fall on my shoulders."
She said she had no idea what funds she grow.
"We just wanted to help, and I think we did," she said. "The whole worldects. It was just wonderful."
The GoFundMe money, if you're looking for a family, will be out of service in Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI).
The SGI's no-fault program provides money for funeral expenses, grief counselling, and surviving spouses.
For example, Christina Haugan – the wife of the head coach Darcy Haugan, who died in the crash, has to pay 45 million women.
Team members have been running for $ 7.5 million.