Page 28 - SIGA Annual Report 2014

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The Northern Lights Casino (NLC) celebrated 18 years of
success in March 2014 and is a tourist and entertainment
destination known throughout Western Canada. The 46,300
square foot facility offers a large gaming floor that hosts 520
slot machines, the adventure of 11 table games and traditional
First Nations hospitality. Visitors to the casino can also expect
a unique dining experience in the North Star Restaurant, take
in live entertainment in the award winning Star Light Lounge,
or enjoy home baked treats in the convenient deli.
Northern Lights Casino employs a team of over 430 staff
demonstrating a most significant achievement of job creation
in the Prince Albert area and a destination for a vast network
of visitors around the globe. NLC places a high priority on
being a positive corporate citizen and contributes back to the
communities by staff involvement in various boards, planning
committees and corporate events.
With an emphasis on succession planning, career
development and training initiatives, NLC is committed
to investing in employees.
The Northern Lights Casino staff have volunteered
countless hours to many local organizations and the
efforts of staff and the NLC Volunteer Committee
have made an impact for many agencies. Some of the
volunteer opportunities include, Saskatchewan First
Nations Summer & Winter Games, The Bernice Sayese
Centre, Prince Albert Tourism, Prince Albert Grand
Council, Red Cross, Cumberland House Evacuee
BBQ and the PA Food Bank. During the 2013 Christmas
season the NLC staff held the “Tree of Angels” and 270
gifts were donated to the PA Food bank – a gesture that
touched many hearts. The NLC volunteer committee
also presented a donation to the Bernice Sayese Centre
with funds raised through a site bake sale which was a
huge success!
Children’s Haven
Pink Shirt Anti Bullying Day
PAGC Fine Art Festival
Back to Batoche
Big Brothers Big Sisters
Army Navy Veterans Association
Samuel McLeod Business Awards
Two Mile for Mary Seniors Transportation