Our annual Rescue & Honour Awards Ceremony acknowledges individuals who demonstrated significant acts of bravery that exemplify the spirit of the Lifesaving Society.
We need your help to recognize these deserving individuals. Do you know someone who has provided first aid or assisted someone in trouble in, on and around the water? Have you or a family member been saved from drowning and you feel the rescuer deserves recognition? We would be
Manitoba Branch Honour Awards
Instructors, lifeguards, and volunteers can be
National Commendation Awards
The Royal Life Saving Society of Canada presents two rescue awards. Individuals who, without formal lifesaving training, attempted or conducted an outstanding water-related rescue are eligible to be awarded the Rescue Commendation Award. When an individual, who has acquired a certification level with the Lifesaving Society, uses their skills obtained through their Society training to attempt or conduct a water-related rescue, they are eligible to be awarded the M.G. Griffiths Commendation Award.