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C o r p o r a t e O v e r v i e w
Operating in a highly regulated and rigorous environment,
SIGA’s gaming operations are a revenue source for Saskatchewan’s
First Nations, the Provincial Treasury (General Revenue Fund),
and Community Development Corporations situated in five
casino locations.
As the operator of five First Nations casinos in Saskatchewan,
SIGA is responsible for the daily management and operation of
accounting and auditing systems, the conduct of casino activities,
the procurement and maintenance of gaming equipment and the
casino’s game delivery, in addition to security and surveillance.
SIGA operates: Bear Claw Casino (White Bear), Dakota Dunes
Casino (Whitecap Dakota First Nation/Saskatoon), Gold Eagle
Casino (North Battleford), Northern Lights Casino (Prince Albert)
and Painted Hand Casino (Yorkton). SIGA will also expand into
the Swift Current market (Living Sky Casino) in December 2008
and plans to open a new Painted Hand Casino in early 2009.
With approximately 1,700 employees, SIGA casinos entertain
almost three million guests annually. SIGA is currently
ranked in Saskatchewan’s top 40 companies with revenues
exceeding $191M.