Lifesaving B.C. looking for Kelowna kayaking hero

Mission Creek in Kelowna.

KELOWNA - Lifesaving B.C. is asking for the public's help to locate a kayaker who helped save a life. 

The kayaker helped to save a fisherman at Mission Creek in Kelowna on May 16, 2016. 

"We have an upcoming ceremony on March 18, 2017 at the Hotel Vancouver where we honour citizens like this gentleman," Lori-Ann Drew from Lifesaving B.C. said. 

Drew is asking if anyone has any contact information for the man to contact her at loriannd@lifesaving.bc.ca or call her at 604-299-5450. 


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