ALBERTA 09/20/2013 04:32 EDT | Updated 11/20/2013 05:12 EST Megan Oldwoman Identified By RCMP After Human Remains Found On Shore Of Bow River The Canadian Press CP CP GLEICHEN, Alta. - RCMP have identified human remains found on the shore of the Bow River in southern Alberta.Dead is 24-year-old Megan Oldwoman of Siksika.She was reported missing last month after going swimming in the river. Suggest a correction The Canadian Press CP MORE: Alberta alberta crime Bow River human remains cp human remains bow river Megan Oldwoman Megan Oldwoman found Megan Oldwoman missing Megan Oldwoman remains Megan Oldwoman remains found Megan Oldwoman remains identified remains found along Bow River Trending NDP Leader Lauded For Bravery After Opening Up About Sexual Abuse P.E.I. Green Candidate, Son Killed In Tragic Canoe Accident Skip The Baby Shower And Have A 'Postpartum Party' Instead Ontario Slashes Toronto Public Health Funding By $1 Billion The New Cast Of 'The Crown' vs. Their Real-Life Counterparts Dozens Injured After Deck Collapses During B.C. Wedding Celebration SUBSCRIBE AND FOLLOW ALBERTA Get top stories and blog posts emailed to me each day. Newsletters may offer personalized content or advertisements. Learn more Newsletter Please enter a valid email address Thank you for signing up! You should receive an email to confirm your subscription shortly. There was a problem processing your signup; please try again later Twitter Facebook Instagram Flipboard Videos Empty Vancouver Mansions Are Now Sweet Student Crash Pads Meghan Markle's Due Date Could Be Late April, According To These Clues Alex Trebek Tells 'Jeopardy!' Fans 'I'm Feeling Good' Amid Cancer Therapy Quebec Secularism Bill Won't Change What We Wear 'The Bachelor' Contestant Shares Breastfeeding Photo With Wine In Hand What The New Royal Baby Can Eat, According To Royal Protocol The Top Baby Names Of 2019 Are Delightfully Old-Fashioned Salmonella In Canada: What You Should Know About The Foodborne Illness Celebrity Babies Who Have More Instagram Followers Than Most Adults Should Canada's Super-Rich Pay A Super-Tax?