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Group Trip: Vancouver and Tanzania

group trip: The tweet identifies the man as 51-year-old Canadian Justin Kyllo, according to CTV. CTV News Vancouver have learned that Kyllo was the owner of Smoke and Bones BBQ in North Vancouver, B.C. Posts on social media indicate he was in Tanzania with the charitable organization Wings of Kilimanjaro, in which participants raise money for charity projects in Tanzania and then go on a group trip to climb the mountain and paraglide back down. A tweet posted on Sept. 28 by Tanzania National Parks said that the accident happened at Stella Point on Mount Kilimanjaro. For more on this story, visit CTV News Vancouver Global Affairs Canada confirmed in an email statement to that they were aware of the death of a Canadian, but did not identify the individual. At around 5,900-metres tall, Mount Kilimanjaro is Africa's highest mountain. Our thoughts and sympathies are with the family and friends of the Canadian citizen who died in a tragic accident in Tanzania, Global Affairs said. ( As reported in the news.