$80K To Rescue Adventurer

Parks Canada paid more than $79,000 to rescue a lone Québec adventurer from Mount Logan including the expense of eight staff on assignment, according to Access To Information records. The agency yesterday would not say if it charged the mountaineer determined to become the first woman to climb Canada’s highest peak: “As the dust settles now I’m sure you are in the process of totaling up what the rescue cost us.”

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