In August 2015 remains were discovered near Viking, Alberta. The remains were studied and analysed by a member of the Forensics and Archaeological Divisions from the University of Alberta, they discovered that the remains belonged to a 16 – 22 years old Female of First Nations decent and dated the remains to the early 1700’s to 1800’s. There were also approximately 3000 beads found with the remains, and because of the findings it is thought the female was the daughter of a Chief. The Land owner of the Rosmahel farm was out removing stones and trapping gophers when he discovered the human skull, there seemed to be a badger digging up the dirt in that particular spot where the grave was discovered. The Farmer very generously set a plot aside for the remains, and a ceremony was held for the reinterment by the Confederacy of Treaty Six Nations and Alberta Culture and Tourism on October 29, 2015.