The two people, who were killed while kayaking in the Credit River near Brampton, were students at The University of Guelph.
Kaya Firth was in her third year of her English program and her boyfriend Zach Sutherland was a fourth year commerce major.
Firth’s body was found in the Terra Cotta area near Winston Churchill Boulevard and Heritage Road on Sunday evening, while Sutherland’s body was discovered on Tuesday in the Credit River, about 60 kilometres northwest of Toronto.
Flags at the U of G campus have been lowered to half-mast in memory and honour of the students.
The OPP say both victims are in their 20’s and that they have concluded their search.
Chopper view of scene in Caledon, body of 21 y/o kayaker Zach Sutherland located after 3 days in the Credit River. pic.twitter.com/XM4pNFfGHk
— Jeremy Cohn (@JeremyGlobalTV) February 23, 2016
Two U of G Students in Kayaking Accidenthttps://t.co/MhhTT55EGT
— University of Guelph (@uofg) February 22, 2016