Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority casinos saw a 27 per cent increase in net earnings in 2011-2012 with revenues of $267.
What does SIGA stand for?
SIGA stands for Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority
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We have 8 other meanings of SIGA in our Acronym Attic
- Signal Operator (military communications specialist)
- Special Interest Group: Information Architecture
- Senior Interdepartmental Group - International Economic Policy (Ronald Regan era interdepartmental policy group)
- Signorina (Italian: Miss)
- Signora (Italian: Mistress)
- Schweizerischer Israelitischer Gemeindebund/Fédération Suisse des Communautés Israélites
- Special Interest Group on Library Automation
- Special Interest Group on Process Automation and Management (Association for Information Systems)
- Special Interest Group on User On-Line Interaction
- Special Interest Group on Computing at Community Colleges (ACM)
- School Improvement Grant Administrator (Georgia)
- Semaine Internationale de la Gentillesse et de l'Altruisme (International Week of Kindness and Altruism)
- Silizium, Galvanik Und Abformung
- Simplified Improved Gaussian Approximation
- Sistema Integrado Guatemalteco de Autobuses (Spanish: Integrated Guatemalan Bus System)
- Sistemas Integrales de Gestión Ambiental (Spanish: Integrated Environmental Management Systems; various locations)
- Special Interest Group in Andrology (ESHRE)
- Sunshine in Government Act of 1976
- Significant Activity
- Special Interest Group on Algorithms and Computation Theory
Samples in periodicals archive:
D'Autremont worked closely with the Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority and First Nations.
Prior to his success in industry, Favel served as Chief of the FSIN where he pioneered two national firsts: the establishment of the First Nations Bank of Canada and the Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority.
First the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations heaped insult upon injury with the one-two punch of buying off their embattled reformer grand chief Guy Lonechild to get rid of him, while attempting to push out the reformer board chair of the Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority Kirk Goodtrack.
The Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority, which operates four casinos in the province on behalf of the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations, earned $24.