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Chris Dare worked for nine years to summit the tallest peak on each of the seven continents. Everest was last on his list, and the Victoria resident says it nearly killed him.Chris Dare worked for nine years to summit the tallest peak on each of the seven continents. Everest was last on his list, and the Victoria resident says it nearly killed him.

This year Nepal issued a record number of permits, leading to traffic jams on Mount Everest that likely contributed to the greatest death toll in four years.This year Nepal issued a record number of permits, leading to traffic jams on Mount Everest that likely contributed to the greatest death toll in four years.

Deaths rise as Nepal issues more permits for Mount Everest | CTV News

Without action from the Nepalese government, scenes such as the one depicted in a viral photo - hordes of climbers waiting to reach the summit - are likely to reoccur Without action from the Nepalese government, scenes such as the one depicted in a viral photo - hordes of climbers waiting to reach the summit - are likely to reoccur

Opinion: Mount Everest cannot become an amusement park - The Globe and Mail

The Senate’s national security and defence voted Tuesday to call Vice Adm. Mark Norman and Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan to testify about the legal case against the senior naval officer.The Senate’s national security and defence voted Tuesday to call Vice Adm. Mark Norman and Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan to testify about the legal case against the senior naval officer.

Senate committee to call on Vice Adm. Norman, Sajjan and Vance to testify about Norman affair | Ottawa Citizen

The Senate’s national security and defence voted Tuesday to call Vice Adm. Mark Norman and Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan to testify about the legal case against the senior naval officer.The Senate’s national security and defence voted Tuesday to call Vice Adm. Mark Norman and Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan to testify about the legal case against the senior naval officer.

Senate committee to call on Vice Adm. Norman, Sajjan and Vance to testify about Norman affair | Ottawa Citizen

The Ontario government announced a search for international partners to help redevelop 48-year-old Ontario Place on Tuesday, and also confirmed that a casino will not be built on the grounds.The Ontario government announced a search for international partners to help redevelop 48-year-old Ontario Place on Tuesday, and also confirmed that a casino will not be built on the grounds.

Ford government looking for global partners to redevelop Ontario Place, casino off the table - Toronto | Globalnews.ca

Ontario has ruled out a casino and condos on the site of Ontario Place on Toronto’s waterfront as it issues a call for development proposals, but the future of the park’s iconic Cinesphere is in question.Ontario has ruled out a casino and condos on the site of Ontario Place on Toronto’s waterfront as it issues a call for development proposals, but the future of the park’s iconic Cinesphere is in question.

‘NEEDS TO BE POLISHED’: PCs seek development proposals for Ontario Place | Toronto Sun

Ontario has ruled out a casino and condos on the site of Ontario Place on Toronto’s waterfront as it issues a call for development proposals, but the future of the park’s iconic Cinesphere is in question.Ontario has ruled out a casino and condos on the site of Ontario Place on Toronto’s waterfront as it issues a call for development proposals, but the future of the park’s iconic Cinesphere is in question.

‘NEEDS TO BE POLISHED’: PCs seek development proposals for Ontario Place | Toronto Sun

Whatever replaces it can be a single use, or a 'cluster of complementary uses,' but it will have to be 'commercially viable and self-sustaining'Whatever replaces it can be a single use, or a 'cluster of complementary uses,' but it will have to be 'commercially viable and self-sustaining'

Province puts out call for Ontario Place development proposals, but rules out condos and casino | National Post

Whatever replaces it can be a single use, or a 'cluster of complementary uses,' but it will have to be 'commercially viable and self-sustaining'Whatever replaces it can be a single use, or a 'cluster of complementary uses,' but it will have to be 'commercially viable and self-sustaining'

Province puts out call for Ontario Place development proposals, but rules out condos and casino | National Post

The pair were detained in apparent retaliation for Canada's arrest of high-tech executive Meng Wanzhou in VancouverThe pair were detained in apparent retaliation for Canada's arrest of high-tech executive Meng Wanzhou in Vancouver

Freeland says Chinese minister won’t talk about Canadian detainees Kovrig and Spavor | National Post

The pair were detained in apparent retaliation for Canada's arrest of high-tech executive Meng Wanzhou in VancouverThe pair were detained in apparent retaliation for Canada's arrest of high-tech executive Meng Wanzhou in Vancouver

Freeland says Chinese minister won’t talk about Canadian detainees Kovrig and Spavor | National Post

Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland says she wants to talk to China's foreign minister about the two detained Canadians China has accused of undermining its national security.Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland says she wants to talk to China's foreign minister about the two detained Canadians China has accused of undermining its national security.

China refuses to speak about detained Canadians: Freeland - National | Globalnews.ca

Malaysia will send as much as 3,000 tonnes of plastic waste back to the countries it came from, the environment minister said on Tuesday, the latest Asian country to reject rich countries' rubbish.Malaysia will send as much as 3,000 tonnes of plastic waste back to the countries it came from, the environment minister said on Tuesday, the latest Asian country to reject rich countries' rubbish.

Malaysia to return 3,000 tonnes of non-recyclable plastic to countries including UK and US | Daily Mail Online

The unprecedented move by the House of Commons access to information, privacy and ethics committee comes after the tech leaders snubbed a subpoena.The unprecedented move by the House of Commons access to information, privacy and ethics committee comes after the tech leaders snubbed a subpoena.

Facebook’s Zuckerberg, Sandberg get unprecedented order to appear at committee if ever in Canada - National | Globalnews.ca

As the international grand committee on big data, privacy and democracy meets in Canada, the Facebook leaders were called to testify but did not appearAs the international grand committee on big data, privacy and democracy meets in Canada, the Facebook leaders were called to testify but did not appear

Committee blasts Zuckerberg, Sandberg for ‘abhorrent’ snub of Ottawa hearing | National Post

As the international grand committee on big data, privacy and democracy meets in Canada, the Facebook leaders were called to testify but did not appearAs the international grand committee on big data, privacy and democracy meets in Canada, the Facebook leaders were called to testify but did not appear

Committee blasts Zuckerberg, Sandberg for ‘abhorrent’ snub of Ottawa hearing | National Post

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says if he's elected prime minister he would put an end to "illegal" border crossings in Canada.Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says if he's elected prime minister he would put an end to "illegal" border crossings in Canada.

Andrew Scheer vows to end ‘illegal’ border crossings as part of Conservative immigration plan | Globalnews.ca

The Conservative leader supposedly admires Margaret Thatcher, who despised 'consensus.' So what's he doing?The Conservative leader supposedly admires Margaret Thatcher, who despised 'consensus.' So what's he doing?

John Robson: Andrew Scheer has chosen a weird moment to go soft | National Post

The Conservative leader supposedly admires Margaret Thatcher, who despised 'consensus.' So what's he doing?The Conservative leader supposedly admires Margaret Thatcher, who despised 'consensus.' So what's he doing?

John Robson: Andrew Scheer has chosen a weird moment to go soft | National Post

By refusing to pander to the resentful backlash against newcomers that has been a hallmark of populism elsewhere, Scheer has frustrated his criticsBy refusing to pander to the resentful backlash against newcomers that has been a hallmark of populism elsewhere, Scheer has frustrated his critics

John Ivison: Andrew Scheer slowly revealing policies that appear neither scary nor weak | National Post