Police now confirm a body found in the river near Warman is that of a woman who jumped from the university bridge.
The remains were discovered on Friday. The 50 year old woman jumped from the bridge back in March.
Police will not be releasing the woman's name until family have been notified.
Edited by News Talk Radio's Sabeen Ahmad.
A grisly discovery on the river north of Saskatoon.
The Saskatoon Fire & Protective Services Water Rescue Team was called, this morning, to downstream from the Clarks Borough Ferry on the South Saskatchewan.
"There was a sighting of a body and our water team recovered the body and then took it to the closest shoreline and transfered that body to the RCMP," explained Battalion Chief, Dave Rumpel.
So far there's no word on the gender or identity of the victim nor whether foul play was involved in their death.
More immigrants will be allowed into Saskatchewan this year than originally thought.
On Tuesday, the provincial government revealed that an additional 450 nominees will be added to the program in 2013, raising the total allowed by the federal government to 4,450.
Fifty more communities are going to have much faster internet access very soon, thanks to SaskTel.
The Crown corporation is expanding its high speed internet offerings, and will be in those 50 communities by the end of next year.
On the list for 2013 are: Bruno, Hafford, Leask, Choiceland, Middle Lake, Elbow, Mankota, Lemberg, Young, Marsden, Englefeld, Annaheim, Meath Park, Abernethy, Sheho, Avonlea and Hodgeville.
Saskatchewan storm chaser Greg Johnson was driving through Moore about half an hour before the massive tornado hit.
He says the team kept going because chasing tornadoes is more dangerous within a city.
Even watching the aftermath on social media Johnson says the devastation never fails to shock him.
“I think the myth is that tornadoes don’t hit metropolitan areas but Mother Nature really doesn’t care about city boundaries,” Johnson commented. “It’s a really dangerous myth, people think oh it’s just going to pass us by.”
A CPR train is leaking oil after it derailed east of Saskatoon.
RCMP said the 71st car of an 85-car train is leaking oil around Jansen, which is about 150 kilometres east of Saskatoon.
Equipment is on route to create a berm to contain the oil.
RCMP said no one was hurt and the train did not catch fire.
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A Saskatoon singer has become an internet sensation after forgetting the words to the U.S. national anthem on Saturday night.
At the Memorial Cup game between the Portland Winterhawks and the Halifax Mooseheads, Alexis Normand first stumbled on the line, "twilight's last gleaming" replacing it with "twilight's first gleaming."
Normand stumbled her way through the rest of the song, with help from the crowd.
"An incredible thing happened and the crowd in the arena started singing with me and that really encouraged me," she said.
For Canadians on the Prairies, May long weekend is often the first chance to open up your summer cabin for the season.
A recent Royal Le Page survey shows more and more people are shelling out money for a place to spend those hot summer weekends. It also shows 41 per cent of people who buy recreational properties tend to go for a cabin on the lake.