Officials with the provincial goverment say they can not find any link between a recent outbreak of E. coli cases among residents of Saskatchewan and meat from XL Foods that was recalled due to contamination with the bacteria.

Earlier this week, tests on 14 E. coli cases in Saskatchewan found they were not linked to the tainted meat and, on Thursday, officials said a 15th case has also been tested and has no apparent connection to beef from XL Foods.