SIGA will strengthen the lives of First
Nations people through employment,
economic growth, positive community
relations and achieving financial self-
reliance. This will be done through the
operation of distinctive First Nations
gaming destination resorts that reflect
the traditional aspects of our First
Nations culture and hospitality.
SIGA will deliver sustainable net
income and employment opportunities
to support First Nations development
SIGA casinos entertain over four million guests annually. SIGA
employs over 1,875 people including over 1,200 who identify
as First Nations. The entertainment company currently ranks
in Saskatchewan’s top 35 companies with annual revenues of
$258.3M and net profits over $86.3M.
SIGA casinos offer entertainment and excitement, including
2,120 slot machines, 56 live table games, live onstage
entertainment and a full line of food and beverage services.
SIGA employees provide a second-to-none customer service
experience, rooted in traditional understandings of hospitality
found in First Nations culture.
First Nations Gaming Act
in 1995, the Federation
of Sovereign Indigenous Nations, formerly the Federation
of Saskatchewan Indian Nations Inc. (FSIN) created the
Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority. In 1996, SIGA was
The Non-Profit Corporations Act, 1995
Saskatchewan with all profits returned to its beneficiaries.
Profits generated from SIGA’s operations are administered by
the province of Saskatchewan.
• 50% is shared with First Nations Trust, which distributes to
Saskatchewan First Nation communities;
• 25% is shared with regional Community Development
Corporations (CDCs) which are situated in the casino
locations for local initiatives. The CDCs, which are
independent of SIGA, distribute this money to charitable and
not-for-profit community organizations;
• 25% is shared with the Provincial Government’s General
As a responsible corporate citizen, SIGA has made a
commitment to our customers, employees, stakeholders
and suppliers to advocate the responsible use of its gaming
products and minimize the potential for harm.
The Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority (SIGA) is the operator of six First
Nations casinos in Saskatchewan. The casinos are conveniently located across
the province: Bear Claw Casino (White Bear First Nation) near Carlyle, Dakota
Dunes Casino (Whitecap Dakota First Nation) near Saskatoon, Gold Eagle Casino
(Mosquito First Nation in North Battleford), Living Sky Casino (Nekaneet First
Nation in Swift Current), Northern Lights Casino (Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation in
Prince Albert) and Painted Hand Casino (Kahkewistahaw First Nation in Yorkton).