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The Painted Hand Casino (PHC) is a $30M, 43,000 square foot
uniquely designed facility. Its design incorporates the character of
the geographic region the casino is located in. The circular, open
concept gaming floor now carries 260 slot machines and six live
table games which include our latest addition – Roulette. Painted
Hand Casino also features two separate smoking rooms, the
Legends Restaurant, and a licenced bar and lounge area. Painted
Hand Casino hosts a wide variety of events in its multi-purpose
facility, the Parkland Room. Painted Hand Casino has Responsible
Gaming accreditation.
The casino has hosted a variety of dinner shows and guest
appearances that have included the Canadian Women’s
Gold Medal Curling Team, Don Burnstick, George Canyon,
Grits & Glamour: Lorrie Morgan and Pam Tillis, Charlie Major
and recently a crowd favorite, Ettinger.
Painted Hand Casino is proud of its heritage and community.
The casino annually hosts National Aboriginal Day Celebrations,
an annual Pow Wow, Business Appreciation meet and greets,
local business Christmas parties, and monthly birthday parties.
The Painted Hand Casino is one of Yorkton’s largest employers,
with over 200 employees. They celebrate the fact that over 90%
of their employees have achieved core training in hospitality and
customer service. Employees have the opportunity to be equipped
with the skills necessary to be successful in their respective
positions, and provide excellent First Nations hospitality. Painted
Hand Casino supports employees who take the initiative to continue
their post-secondary education by making accommodations to their
work schedule. Employees are supported in obtaining Red Seal
certifications, and Trade Journeyperson status.
Painted Hand Casino’s management and employee volunteers have
made a concerted effort to make a positive difference in their local
community through countless hours spent serving and volunteering
with community organizations.
The Volunteer Committee is involved with the Soup Haven, which
is an organization that provides a free meal to Yorkton citizens. In
2014-2015, Painted Hand Casino volunteers hosted three meals
serving over 150 people per event.
Painted Hand Casino volunteers were involved in the Heart and
Stroke Big Bike Ride by raising $1,965 for a cause that has
impacted many lives. The casino also raised money through the
Jump Start BBQ. Jump Start is a program that raises money to
help Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Canada. They encourage
underprivileged kids and youth to be active and involved in sports.
Yorkton Exhibition Summer Season
Yorkton Film Festival
Habitat for Humanity Faith Build
The Soup Haven Lunch Program Inc.
2014 Canadian Open – Grand Slam of Curling
Yorkton Friendship Center Annual Christmas Event
Sakimay First Nation Pow Wow 2014
Yorkton Terriers Junior A Hockey Club Sportsman Dinner
File Hills Qu’Appelle Tribal Council 28th Annual Treaty
Four Gathering
Health Foundation of East Central Saskatchewan
Charity Road Race
Heart and Stroke Foundation
Melville Fair
Yorkton Chamber of Commerce
Parkland Dance Festival
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