Governance

Authority
Under the First Nations Gaming Act, the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations Inc. (FSIN) created the Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority (SIGA) on June 10, 1995. SIGA was then incorporated under The Non-Profit Corporation Act of Saskatchewan on January 11, 1996, and is designated as a charitable corporation.

Class “A” Memberships are issued to the FSIN and Saskatchewan Tribal Councils. (See – Memberships)

Corporate Governance
The Board of Directors is committed to the recommendations on corporate governance as outlined by the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants.

The SIGA Board has formally adopted a governance model with generally-accepted governance practices, and a suite of corporate governance policies.

These policies ensure continuity of good governance practices and provide ongoing direction for the Board, its committees, and management.  (See Also – SIGA Annual Report)