Everest victims family asks for government help CBC.ca
CBC.caEverest victim's family asks for government helpCBC.caThe family of a Toronto woman who lost her life in pursuit of her lifelong dream to climb to the summit of Mount Everest is asking the Canadian government to help pay the cost of bringing her body back to her hometown. Shriya Shah, 33, died on Mount ...Israeli who saved Turk on Everest: You never abandon a friendYnetnewsDespite deaths, Mount Everest calls another wave of climbersNational PostOldest woman to climb Everest says reaching summit finally made her feel oldWashington PostGlobe and Mail -AFPall 663 news articles »
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