Indigenous Commitment

Creating Community Connections

Kristen St. Arnault is originally from Little Red River Cree Nation and she now resides in Simon Lake within the Woodland Cree First Nation. For as long as she can remember she’s been volunteering within her community and is always trying to find ways to lend a helping hand or rally support for community events.


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APL is committed to making positive contributions to the First Nation’s communities that we serve. From providing resources and services to collaboratively seeking opportunities that benefit the communities, we take our involvement in the Aboriginal communities seriously and take care to help preserve the very special and unique cultures of these communities. Please click this link to learn more about our commitment.


Modern Slavery Report 2023

Exchange Income Corporation's annual Report for the Fiscal Year ended December 31, 2023 on Prevention and Reduction of Risks of Forced Labour or Child Labour. Report can be viewed and downloaded here.

News, Our Stories

Student Program – Air Ambulance

Kyle Boettcher, 21, from Sherwood Park, had his perspective on prehospital care reshaped through his participation in the APL Air Ambulance Program. As a Primary Care Paramedic student, he saw this opportunity as a gateway to understanding a different facet of emergency medical services.

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Fox Lake Project

The Fox Lake project is an ever-changing collaboration between Advance Paramedic LTD (APL) and the Little Red River Cree Nation. It aims to provide medical support for the reintegration of community members into Fox Lake.

News, Peer Recognition

Congratulations Jeremie Blais!

Please join us in congratulating Jeremie Blais on his Peer Recognition Award win this term! Jeremie was nominated for always going above and beyond and going the extra mile!

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Ashley Ghostkeeper

Since 2018, Ashley Ghostkeeper has developed her career with Advanced Paramedic LTD (APL). Starting out as an Emergency Medical Responder (EMR), Ashley is now a Primary Care Paramedic (PCP) who has gained valuable experience through the various roles she’s had.

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Congratulations Amanda!

Our winner this round is Amanda! Amanda was nominated for always going above and beyond for her staff.

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Taking Flight with APL – Lyle Barron, Flight Medic, Peace River Station

Taking Flight with APL Lyle Barron, Flight Medic, Peace River Station Originally from a small fishing village in Nova Scotia, Lyle Barron now lives in Edmonton and serves as a flight medic at the Peace River Station. With previous experience as a paramedic, Lyle happened upon APL by chance and took flight in his new role in March of 2021.

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Congratulations Derek Rosendal!

Our winner this round is Derek Rosendal! Derek has been recognized for always going the extra mile to ensure his team member's needs are met before his needs are met, whether he is doing base duties independently while other team members are catching up on rest or sharing his generosity with colleagues.