The report's authors determined that six collisions had taken place at the intersection between 1990 and 2017 and another 14 happened on roads nearby.
His wife added she's anxious the guilty plea will lead to a lighter sentence for Sidhu. The maximum sentence for risky driving causing death is 14 years.
"I'm glad he won't be putting everyone through a lengthy, exhaustive and heartbreaking trial", she told The Canadian Press. "I commend Mr. Sidhu for taking responsibility for his actions and sparing the survivors and the families the anguish and turmoil of rehashing this tragedy in court", said Humboldt Bronco's President Jamie Brockman.
The family of 21-year old Logan Boulet of Lethbridge, Alta., said in a statement that "as much as this sounds insane, we appreciate his remorsefulness".
Scott Thomas says he could feel Sidhu's remorse in the courtroom. It really doesn't. It is not going to bring Evan back.
"It's something we all have to live with for the rest of our lives". "His careless actions will haunt him for the rest of his life and I'm sure it is a relief to move forward".
The Saskatchewan government further introduced in December mandatory training for semi-truck drivers. "The rest of the sentence doesn't matter to me ..."