On behalf of the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN), I congratulate the Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority
(SIGA) on their 20th anniversary of operations in Saskatchewan, and for another year of success in the gaming industry.
When the Chiefs of our territories had the foresight to establish SIGA 20 years ago, a vision was realized. The wheels were set in
motion for SIGA to become a leader in First Nations job creation and economic development in our territories, putting into action our
inherent Treaty and Indigenous right to self-determination. Since then, SIGA has demonstrated tremendous growth by creating many
opportunities for individuals, businesses, communities and nations through the provision of career opportunities, job training and
Thank you to all our leaders and employees who have brought SIGA to where it is today. I am confident that SIGA will remain a
strong and vibrant part of our First Nations community and the province of Saskatchewan for decades to come.
It is my pleasure to submit the 2015-2016 Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority Inc. Annual Report ending March 31st, 2016.
Chief Bobby Cameron
Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations
MESSAGE FROM THE FSIN
“…SIGA has demonstrated tremendous
growth by creating many opportunities
for individuals, communities, nations
and businesses through the provision
of career opportunities, job training and