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The Living Sky Casino (LSC) features a circular First Nations
themed gaming floor with exciting slot machines, fun table
games, lotteries, tobacco, deli and a delicious menu in Horizons
Restaurant. The casino has played host to many high quality
entertainment acts in the past such as Chubby Checker, Mel
Tillis, Dean Brody, Tanya Tucker, Bill Medley, and Cirque Sublime
to name a few.
The hub in the community is the Sky Centre utilized for
banquets, weddings and conventions but also by community
groups for fundraising events and its theatre set up to
showcase a wide array of theatre shows: musicals, choir,
and dance recitals. The Sky Centre is multi-purpose with full
service banquet facilities and the room can be configured for
most gatherings and special events.
Living Sky Casino employs 200 staff members who are actively
involved in employee training and development and in doing so,
the casino adds value and impacts the local economy.
Living Sky Casino employees garner valuable knowledge,
skills, and abilities by following SIGA’s Learning & Development
strategies which includes core training, customer service skills,
and an emphasis on career planning and leadership development.
Living Sky Casino’s volunteer’s have made an impact on
many local organizations and charities. Keeping in line
with SIGA’s guiding principles, we are building positive
community relations by donating valuable volunteer
hours to the local community.
The volunteer committee and Living Sky Casino
volunteers support the Salvation Army; Dr. Noble Irwin
Foundation; Canadian Mental Health Association; the
Living Sky Casino Pow Wow, and the Meal on Wheels
program which serves a very important role to many in
the community.
The following list highlights some of the organizations
and initiatives supported by Living Sky Casino’s
sponsorship program:
Dr. Noble Irwin Foundation Annual Golf Tournament
& Radiothon
Frontier Days
Windscape Kite Festival
Ability Bowl
Blenders Concert Series
Long Day’s Night Music Festival
Swift Current Kinsmen Street Dance
Dr. Nobel Irwin Foundation Radiothon’s
“Hour to Shine”
Travelling Diabetes Resources Program
CNIB – Dining in the Dark