Native woman, missing for four years, found dead
The remains of a Native woman who was missing for four years were discovered in Saskatchewan on Friday.

Daleen Kay Bosse, a member of the Onion Lake First Nation, was last seen after an Assembly of First Nations function in Saskatoon in May 2004. The 26-year-old woman left behind a husband and a daughter who was three years old at the time.

Bosse's family hired a private investigator and her band offered a $5,000 reward in hopes of solving the disappearance. The investigation picked up recent months and led to first-degree murder charges against a 30-year-old man.

Onion Lake is a Cree community that straddles the Saskatchewan and Alberta border.

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