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Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority casinos provide exceptional
entertainment value through the excitement of all the latest gaming products
in addition to a unique brand of traditional First Nations hospitality and service.
Visitation increased once again this year at SIGA casinos, and as a result of this
and an organization-wide focus on improving efficiency and managing cost, the
organization met projections in both visits and financial results. The casinos
welcomed over 4.2M guests while surpassing revenues of $60M in 2010/2011
for the fourth consecutive year. This past year, SIGA continued to reinvest in its
existing properties, including expansions at Dakota Dunes and Northern Lights
Casinos, and completion of SIGA’s first hotel at the Bear Claw Casino. These
investments ensure we provide our customers with an enjoyable facility to visit,
while providing our employees with a comfortable working environment.
The six casinos located across Saskatchewan feature 1,870 slot machines,
52 live table games, a full line of food and beverage services, and a live
entertainment stage in each facility. SIGA’s intent with each casino is to design
a modern facility that reflects the region, the people and First Nations tradition.
SIGA continues to build and design casinos with features that are rooted in First
Nations culture and natural elements reflecting the area. Each of our casinos is
different and unique.
As a non-profit gaming and entertainment company, all profits are returned to
the people of Saskatchewan. 50% of profits support First Nations communities,
25% supports local community development and 25% is returned to the
Provincial Gross Revenue fund.