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The Saskatchewan Indian Gaming
Authority (SIGA) enjoyed another
successful year in 2012-2013.
‘Building Success’ has been engrained
in SIGA since its inception as a non-
profit organization. SIGA has long
shared its success with the First
Nations people in Saskatchewan and
through doing so, SIGA defines success.
“Wîtaskêwin”, which speaks to sharing
the land or sharing resources, is one
of SIGA’s five guiding principles. In
keeping with this principle, SIGA gives to
communities in several areas: education,
health, elders and youth programs. For
SIGA, success built is success shared.
Job creation, economic growth and
community investment initiatives define
the ways in which SIGA strengthens
First Nations people. Ranked as one of
the largest and most successful First
Nations employers, SIGA is a leader in
Canada. From its humble beginnings to
its tremendous success in the present
day, SIGA contributes to the economic
growth of the province and it is
important that we continue this trend in
the gaming and entertainment industry.
I acknowledge everyone at SIGA for
continuing to provide our patrons with
the very best in First Nations hospitality,
service and entertainment. By focusing
on serving our customers and careful
management of our resources we
have realized progressive gains in
our performance. We are building
success together.
It is with great pleasure that I submit the
Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority Inc.
Report endingMarch 31st, 2013.
CHIEF PERRY BELLEGARDE
Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations
Message from the FSIN