The LGA supports First Nations by assisting with financial and management practices for gaming activities that benefit First Nations communities. Auditors are available to provide assistance and training sessions on record-keeping and reporting requirements.
First Nations VLT Siteholders
First Nations VLT siteholders must maintain records and publish an annual report. Forms and more information are available here.
First Nations Gaming Commissions
In Manitoba, all First Nations gaming commissions must maintain records and publish an annual report of the charitable events they license. Forms and more information are available here.
The LGA is a member of the Aboriginal Financial Officers Association (AFOA) of Manitoba. The LGA supports the AFOA’s mandate of helping Aboriginal people enhance finance and management practices and skills for the benefit of their communities. The AFOA promotes effective management as a key to building social and economic prosperity by providing resources that develop skills and capacity for Aboriginal professionals who are working in all areas of finance and management.
Email or contact us at 204-954-9400 or toll-free at 1-800-782-0363 with any questions, for assistance completing your financial reports, or for more information about training opportunities.
What are the financial reporting requirements for First Nations gaming commissions?
First Nations gaming commissions must maintain records and publish an annual report of the charitable events they licensed. This report must be submitted to the LGA within 90 days of the fiscal year end. Click here for more information and a copy of the required form.