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Gaming Trusts and Grants

Gaming trusts and grants are administered pursuant to the requirements of The Saskatchewan Gaming Corporation Act, and the 2002 Gaming Framework Agreement signed between the Province and the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations (FSIN).

The Ministry of Government Relations administers Saskatchewan's legal obligations by distributing casino gaming profits to:

  • the First Nations Trust
  • the Métis Development Fund
  • Community Development Corporations (CDCs)

Origin of Community Development Corporations

Created under the 2002 Gaming Framework Agreement signed between the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations (FSIN) and the Government of Saskatchewan. CDCs receive an equivalent to 25 per cent of the net profits of the on-reserve casinos operated by the Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority (SIGA).


Apply for funding from casino-gaming profits

You may apply to a CDC for funding if your organization is located in a community that is near a Saskatchewan casino. Applications are available for First Nations and non-First Nations groups.

Initiatives in the following areas are considered for funding requests:

  • Economic development
  • Social development
  • Justice initiatives
  • Educational development
  • Recreational facilities operation and development
  • Senior and youth programs
  • Cultural development
  • Community infrastructure development and maintenance
  • Health initiatives and other charitable purposes

Community Development Corporations Contact Details

Bear Claw Community Development Incorporated

P.O. Box 992
WHITEWOOD SK S0G 5C0
Phone: 306-696-3160


BATC Community Development Corporation

971 - 104th Street
NORTH BATTLEFORD SK S9A 4B2
Phone: 306-446-1400
Website: www.batc.ca/cdc.php


Dakota Dunes Community Development Corporation

#200 - 335 Packham Avenue
SASKATOON SK S7N 4S1
Phone: 306-956-6100
Fax: 306-956-6141
Website: www.dakotadunescdc.com


Northern Lights Community Development Corporation

P.O. Box 2350
PRINCE ALBERT SK S6V 6Z1
Phone:  306-953-7200

 

Painted Hand Community Development Corporation

500 Broadway Street West
YORKTON SK S3N 0P2
Phone: 306-782-1525

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