A search team has recovered all three men who were unaccounted for after their boat capsized at Spray Lakes, Alta., Sunday.
The final boater was recovered Tuesday around 4 p.m., while day the second boater was recovered about the day earlier around 3 p.m.
The boat, which contained four people, capsized near Spray Lakes Campground, on July 10, approximately 24 kilometres south of Canmore.
At the time RCMP found the boat, one man was found dead and one person was able to make it to shore and was taken to hospital in Canmore, according to a news release.
Read more: 1 person dead, 2 unaccounted for after boat capsizes on Spray Lake Reservoir: Canmore RCMP
Emergency crews could not confirm what caused the boat to capsize or whether the occupants were wearing life jackets.
Canmore RCMP along with Kananaskis Emergency Services, Alberta Conservation officers, the Western Cadaver Dog Association and Cochrane Search and Rescue all contributed to the search.
No further details from RCMP are expected.
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