PSCS News

Congratulations to Angela Sereda and Selena Letain, who each wrote compelling articles that were featured in the most recent edition of Canadian Paramedicine titled “Women in Canadian Paramedicine”.  Both articles talked about the success of women in a non-traditional career path – paramedicine.  Angela interviewed several successful women in a variety of fields, all who are contributing to the Saskatchewan paramedic industry in senior roles through management, ownership, and leadership.  Selena wrote about how important mentorship and sponsorship are to all paramedics especially women. 

Congratulations also to Saskatchewan paramedic, Aimee Astick, on having her artwork featured in this issue of Canadian Paramedicine. 

We are so proud of Angela, Selena & Aimee for being a part of the Saskatchewan EMS family and for shining the spot light on how important women are in the world of EMS, especially the women in Saskatchewan’s EMS industry.

Congratulations to Blasia Benko on being the recipient of the 2020 PSCS Scholarship.  Blasia, who works for Moose Jaw & District EMS, received the scholarship on completion of her ACP.

Congratulations to Karisa Boschman on being the recipient of the 2020 PSCS Memorial Scholarship.  Karisa, who works for Wakaw & District EMS, received the scholarship on completion of her Community Paramedicine education.

All the best to both of you!

To apply for the 2021 scholarships, please refer to the Recognition section of this website and apply before December 31st.  If you need more information, please contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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