The Living Sky Casino is southwest Saskatchewan’s top entertainment destination. Located on the Trans-Canada highway, the casino offers excellent accessibility to the million plus vehicles which pass through the area each year.

The $35M casino is a joint First Nations economic development with File Hills Qu’Appelle Tribal Council, Nekaneet First Nation and the Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority.

The File Hills Qu’Appelle Tribal Council is the development partner for Living Sky Casino, which is made up of 11 Member Nations. The Members are Nekaneet First Nation,
Wood Mountain Lakota First Nation, Piapot First Nation, Muscowpetung Saulteaux Nation, Pasqua First Nation, Standing Buffalo Dakota Nation, Little Black Bear’s Band of Cree & Assiniboine Nations, Okanese First Nation, Star Blanket Cree Nation, Peepeekisis Cree Nation and Carry-The-Kettle Nakoda Nation.


  • 60,000 square feet
  • Native American Casino design
  • Architect: Thalden /Boyd of Las Vegas, Nevada / Tulsa, Oklahoma
  • 200 ticket in – ticket out slot machines PLUS 9 Electronic Table Games.
  • Employs over 90 full-time/part-time and casual positions
  • Opened to the public: December 29, 2008

There’s something for everyone at Living Sky Casino.