Petition calls for B.C. resort to name ski run after former staffer who went missing nearly 5 years ago

An online petition is calling for a major alpine resort in B.C. to name one of its ski runs after Ryan Shtuka, a former staffer who has been missing since 2018.

London Cramer, a friend of Shtuka’s, started the campaign last Saturday.

It has since garnered nearly 2,300 signatures in support of the idea to honour Shtuka’s memory and legacy at Sun Peaks Resort, about 60 kilometres northeast of Kamloops.

“I just thought a good way to honour him would be to have a run in his name, just showing that he was there to do what he loved to do and just to keep his memory living on,” Cramer told host Shelley Joyce on CBC’s Daybreak Kamloops.

Shtuka, from Beaumont, Alta., then 20 years old, worked as a lift operator for the resort. He also loved to snowboard, describes Cramer in the petition.

Shtuka was last seen at around 2 a.m. on Feb. 17, 2018 after leaving a house party, according to police.


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