The Critical Care on the Air radiothon will take to the airwaves on May 16 & 17, 2018.

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On June 15, our brave Rescue participants will be dropped off at a remote location with only their cell phones in hand. Will they succeed?

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Thanks for your support of the STARS Lottery! The winners list has now been released.

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Dress in your Sunday best and join us for an exciting afternoon of purses, beautiful accessories and delicious treats.

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STARS is committed to providing highest level of care available. Here's how we deliver on that commitment.

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Meet Alexandra Powell

Every year, I visit my crash site, write down all I’ve accomplished and bury the note. I do this as a reminder that my old life has ended and a better one has begun.

One winter morning, my friends and I were impaired, driving along a rural road. As we turned at high speed, the car rolled down a hill and I went flying through the back window.

Emergency responders located me crumpled on a snowbank. Seeing the extent of my injuries and knowing I needed urgent care, they called for STARS.

While in a coma for weeks with swelling on my brain, my family spoke to me, providing me strength to recover. I’m told my heart monitor would spike each time I heard a familiar voice urging me to fight harder.

Today, I’m a mom to an adorable son, have earned two diplomas and work with children with disabilities. I also speak to teens about impaired driving. My hope is to prevent others from making bad decisions.

The day I met my STARS crew, I was overcome with emotion and gratitude. Shaking hands with the people who worked tirelessly to care for me was one of the best days of my life.

Thank you, STARS.

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Summer is events season

As the weather gets warmer, our entire crew looks forward to the wide range of community and fundraising events we will be participating in. To learn more about the events in your community, please visit our events...

Standing with our community

‪Our hearts go out to everyone affected by the bus tragedy in Saskatchewan. We send our love to the survivors, families and friends, and we recognize the contributions of all first responders involved.‬ In this midst of this terrible incident, three STARS helicopters were...

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As the weather gets warmer, our entire crew looks forward to the wide range of community and fundraising events we will be participating in. To learn more about the events in your community, please visit our events...

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In 2016-17, STARS flew 3,022 missions, carrying critically ill or injured patients. Since 1985, more than 36,000 missions have been carried out.