Alberta has five First Nations casinos: Casino Dene, Eagle River Casino &Travel Plaza, Grey Eagle Casino, River Cree Resort and Casino and Stoney Nakoda Casino.
There are also fifteen non-reservation casinos making a total of twenty casinos currently operating in Alberta.
All five First Nations casinos are governed by the Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission under the guidelines of the First Nations Gaming Policy. First Nations casinos must be located on reserve land and operate under the same rules as off-reserve casinos.
|Casino Dene||Cold Lake|
|Cold Lake First Nation|
|Eagle River Casino &Travel Plaza||Whitecourt|
|Alexis Sioux Nation|
|Grey Eagle Casino||Calgary|
|Tsuu T'ina Nation|
|River Cree Resort and Casino||Enoch|
|Enoch Cree Nation|
|Stoney Nakoda Casino||Morley|
|Stoney Nakoda First Nation|
Calgary has six casinos including one First Nation casino (Grey Eagle Casino).
Edmonton has six casino and one nearby First Nations casino (River Cree Resort Casino)
11.22.2010 New Century
Casino opens in Calgary
06.20.2008 New Stampede Casino opens in Calgary
06.10.2008 Stoney Nakoda Casino opens
06.09.2008 Century Casino will host First Annual Celebrity Poker Tournament
02.01.2008 Eagle River Casino Opens near Whitecourt
12.21.2007 River Cree Casino Fights Smoking Ban
12.19.2007 Grey Eagle Casino Opens in Calgary