STARS currently operates from three bases in Alberta, two bases in Saskatchewan and one base in Manitoba.
Learn more about the guiding principles of our organization, and how we put them into practice every day.
Since STARS lifted off for the first time in 1985, patients have benefited from this life saving service.
The STARS boards of directors and executive leadership team keep us focused on our goal: the patient.
Learn more about how the STARS program is an essential component of the emergency medical system in your community.
The stories shared by our Very Important Patients (VIPs) are an inspiration to all of us at STARS, as we feel tremendous pride in knowing that we helped make a difference in these lives.
How do you support STARS? Share your story on social media with our tag, #ISupportSTARS, and see it here.
Each year, hundreds of events are held across Western Canada to raise funds and community awareness of STARS.
STARS offers time, hope and life-saving transport to critically ill and injured patients.Donate now
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Shock Trauma Air Rescue Service Foundation
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Shock Trauma Air Rescue Service
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You can select from multiple editions of the STARS website, which are available with information tailored to your community.
You will see regional news, events and information reflecting STARS in your province.