Search & Rescue

Mission Search & Rescue

Mission Search & Rescue is a non-profit volunteer society providing the District of Mission RCMP with search & rescue services. Mission Search & Rescue is one of 80 search & rescue teams in BC representing over 2,500 volunteers. All of our members are trained to JIBC provincial standards, some of the disciplines include, Ground Search Team Leader, SAR Manager, Rope Team Member, Swift Water Technician.

As part of our public safety and prevention program the team delivers the Hug-a-Tree and Survive program. This is a national program aimed at helping children and youth learn the skills to survive in the backcountry if they are lost. Hug a Tree and Survive teaches children ages five to 12 about basic outdoor survival skills.

For more information about Mission Search & Rescue or the Hug-a-Tree program visit

Adventuresmart MSAR