On Aug. 27, five Saskatchewan community leaders will be dropped in a remote location. Will they be rescued? Find out more here:

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Why do you choose to support STARS?  Let us know by creating a social media post and utilizing the hashtag, "#ISupportSTARS". Get creative and see your stories shared here:

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In 2015, STARS celebrates 30 years of care in the air. Please join us in commemorating this milestone.

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The 2015 STARS Lottery in Saskatchewan draws are complete. The full winners list can be found here:

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The 3rd annual Rescue on the Island is on Sept. 15. More details here:

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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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Learn more about the STARS program and how it operates in your province.

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Horizons magazine is the best way to stay current on the latest developments at STARS.

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The 2015 STARS Lottery and Lucky STARS 50/50 winners are now posted. Click here to see the full list. 

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Meet Garfield Beaudry

Garfield Beaudry sat down to put his boots on  for dinner with friends and woke up five hours  later in an emergency room.

During those five lost hours the senior  suffered a heart attack and STARS was  dispatched to his rural Raymore home, more  than 100 kilometres north of Regina.

After the helicopter landed on his farm, the  crew flew him to Regina General Hospital,  where he later awoke and learned from a  cardiologist what had happened.

“I was looking the death angel in the face  Saturday afternoon,” said Beaudry. “Monday  morning, doctors put a pacemaker in me and  on Tuesday I was home. I like to consider  STARS as angels with red wings.”

Beaudry spend most of Saturday, Sept. 15,  2012, doing chores around his home. He  hadn’t been feeling well that morning but  was looking forward to dinner with friends.

Luckily for Beaudry, his friends showed up  two hours earlier than expected. Otherwise,  the 75-year-old would have been alone in the  country when his heart troubles began.

“It was Divine Providence,” said Beaudry....
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