Arctic experts from Canada and Denmark are proposing a novel solution to who controls an ice-bound speck of an island midway between the two countries. They say turn Hans Island into a condominium. University of British Columbia international law professor Michael Byers and a Danish colleague will make the proposal Thursday at a conference in Denmark. Byers says the two countries could simply share control over the island, located between Ellesmere Island and Greenland. They could hand off day-to-day management to Inuit groups on either side, or turn the whole thing into a park. He says other countries such a France and Spain have so-called condominium arrangements.