Construction of the Lheidli T’enneh Memorial Park Pavilion has hit a snag after human remains were found while excavating on Thursday.
Work began on Wednesday and is expected to carry on throughout the summer.
City officials say there is a detailed protocol that is followed when remains are found, and that all parties including the First Nation was notified.
There’s no word on what was found, but the city say construction will be stopped until investigation is wrapped up by archaeologists.
In early June, a full skeleton was found in the park.