Moosomin Lake and Oxbow bones, hundreds of years old
Two sets of human remains, discovered in Saskatchewan in the last six days, have been determined to be hundreds of years old.
Analysis conducted by a forensic anthropologist have found that the human bones, discovered on the shores of Moosomin Lake July 26, belong to an adult, aboriginal male, and are anywhere from 500 to 1000 years old.
Bones discovered in Oxbow also hundreds of years old
Meanwhile, RCMP announced on Thursday that the human remains found on a residential construction site in Oxbow, Saskatchewan, also belong to an adult, aboriginal male and are believed to be around 200 years old.
According to police, the construction site may be an old burial ground.
Both sets of remains will be turned over to the Saskatchewan Heritage Conservation Branch, Saskatchewan Tourism, Culture and Sport for proper reburial.