Today, families and supporters of Karina Wolfe gathered at the site just outside Saskatoon where police discovered her body.

Wolfe's body was discovered on Nov. 14 in a marshy area northwest of the city. She had been missing for the last five years.

The man charged in her death, 33-year-old Jerry Constant, voluntarily turned himself in to police four days before her discovery.

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Flowers and a teddy bear left at the discovery site of Karina Wolfe's body. (Devin Heroux/CBC News)

Supporters came to the site to offer support and lay flowers. Media were asked to leave the scene as family members performed a First Nations ceremony.

The area is a swampy area northwest of the city, just off Township Road 372, and the airport authority's boundary.

Constant has been charged with second-degree murder in the death. He will make his next court appearance in Saskatoon provincial court next week.

See where Wolfe was found.