General Information

A comprehensive information package with step-by-step instructions on how to register as a limited partner was sent to all eligible First Nations by e-mail on August 12, 2019. For more detailed information on registration please refer to the information package and to the Frequently Asked Questions section of this website.

If you are an eligible First Nation and did not receive your information package, please send an e-mail to info@bcfngamingrevenue.ca with the name of your band and updated contact information.


Revenue Sharing Model Backgrounder

The British Columbia gaming revenue sharing model distributes First Nations’ share of Provincial gaming revenue through a limited partnership owned and controlled by British Columbia First Nations. The Partnership receives and distributes revenues to the limited partners and monitors their compliance with use of funds and with reporting and auditing requirements with the assistance of an independent, third-party accounting firm. Flexibility is a core feature of the British Columbia model, with built-in provisions to allow the model to adapt over time as First Nations’ needs, values and desires evolve over the 25-year term of the Revenue Sharing Agreement.
Read the full backgrounder on the revenue sharing model here.