If you go co-jo on ambulance in Canada, yes it is low wages, other option is HTSC on the dew line,...but the best is to go international right away. I suggest to do FAA licence it will open more oportunities (offshore, or ambulance in the Middle East). But until you can built Capt Twin time,..it will be a difficult road.
Advantages: good schedule & no tax in the ME.
You should look when you got IR for ADA, Falcon, Gulf, Aerogulf, Aramco , PHI, PAS, etc
But that said, VFR is lot more fun and you are not watched by the other seating beside you,...jajaja.
Go Chile,...more fun