DONNACONNA, Que. - A British Columbia man convicted of six counts of first-degree murder in a mass killing in Surrey, B.C., is on the lookout for love.

Matt Johnston has created a dating profile on the inmate matchmaking site

Johnston says he's looking for a special girl to share his love and strength with.

He says he believes in making the best out of a negative situation and adds that he's begun studying French while behind bars.

The 31-year-old convict says in his profile that his expected release date is 2033, though an appeal is pending.

Johnston was found guilty alongside Cody Haevischer (HA'-vish-ur) late last year for conspiracy and murder in connection with the Surrey Six murders in October 2007.