Husband dies, wife survives 8 days after canoe capsize | Canoeroots Magazine | Rapid Media
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Needle Falls Needle Falls. Photo: Courtesy RCMP

"A woman survived eight days in the northern Saskatchewan wilderness after her canoe capsized and her husband perished," reports the CBC. "The woman who survived is Enid Dice, 62, and the man who died is her husband, David Dice, 66. On Tuesday, a float plane pilot spotted the canoe and the man's body on Kinosaskaw Lake, near a set of rapids known as Needle Falls. The lake is about 45 kilometres northeast of Pinehouse, Sask."

 

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