We might see some justice in the case of the Humboldt Broncos bus crash.
The crash which united the hockey world after 16 people died and 13 others were injured, could see some closure.
The RCMP has arrested the driver of the semitruck that crushed into the bus.
Jaskirat Sidhu faces 16 counts of dangerous operation of a motor vehicle causing death, 13 counts of dangerous operation of a motor vehicle causing bodily harm. His first court appearance in Saskatchewan Provincial Court is next week. Sidhu, 29, is from Calgary.
Sidhu can face a maximum prison term of 14 years for dangerous operation of a vehicle causing death, and can also face a max prison term of 10 years dangerous operation causing bodily harm.
The team released a statement to say thank you to the RCMP for the proper investigation:
"the organization has faith in the justice system and we will be watching closely as this court process plays out. We will have no further comment on the investigation or the resulting charges until the process has concluded.
"Our primary focus continues to be supporting the survivors, families and others that were directly impacted by the tragedy on April 6th. We ask that media maintain and respect their privacy as this matter proceeds through the courts."