The remains of six people have now been discovered at a downtown St. Catharines construction site.
The Standard reporting government officials investigating the discovery now believe the site on James Street may have been a long forgotten Catholic Cemetery
Along with the remains, officials have also found wood from coffins along with metal handles.
Bones were first discovered by a construction worker on April 16th.
The site is owned by Penn Terra who is building a 210 bed student residence.
Construction has been suspended while an archeologist investigates the discovery and the origin of the bodies.
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