Edmonton Jane Doe was a woman who was found near the Edmonton Riverboat Launch on the North Saskatchewan River in 2006. She was identified in 2019, but her identity was withheld.
Little is known about the woman, but medical examiners believed her ethnicity to be either aboriginal or white or a mixture of the two, making it likely that she was Metis.
She has a possible connection to Edmonton Jane Doe (2003), as the other unidentified woman was found in a similar location 3 years before.
When found, she was wearing black nylon pants, a black long-sleeved shirt, a white t-shirt, black socks, and hiking footwear. She did not have any jewelery or other personal items.