Report released into cause of fatal plane crash
Last year on June 30 a deadly plane crash took the lives of five men near Buss Lake.
The Transportation Safety Board (TSB) released its findings into the fatal crash in Northern Saskatchewan.
The TSB report said that the aircraft went into an aerodynamic stall and was flying too low to recover.
The low altitude suggests that the pilot was flying along the shoreline possibly so passengers could see the area.
The plane was flown by a pilot from Quebec and all four passengers were from Saskatchewan.
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With files from the Canadian Press