Community Hotlines


Chemawawin Cree Nation

Health Authority

204-329-2161


Misipawistik Cree Nation

Health Authority

204-639-2417


Sapotaweyak Cree Nation

204-356-2439


Wuskwi Sipihk First Nation

204-553-2048


Mosakahiken Cree Nation

Health Authority

204-678-7100


Opaskwayak Cree Nation

204-627-7100


24-Hour Problem Gambling Helpline

Toll-Free

1-800-463-1554


Responsible Gaming

Aseneskak Casino encourages customers to play as a recreational activity ONLY.  Being a responsible gambler means:


  • You set a spending limit
  • When you reach your limit you stop playing
  • Set a time limit
  • You play for a certain amount of time and take frequent breaks
  • You are prepared to lose
  • You don't keep playing to try to win back what you have lost
  • Use only money you can afford to lose
  • Never use money needed for daily living
  • Never borrow money in order to gamble

"THE ONLY WAY TO ROLL IS TO KEEP YOUR LIMITS UNDER CONTROL"

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Patron Awareness

The Aseneskak Casino provides on-site display materials to help educate patrons about the risks associated with gambling and where to receive help for problem gambling.  These materials include a number of brochures, posters in washrooms, and responsible gaming messages on the scrolling message display of all slot machines.


Public Education

The Aseneskak Casino is committed to increasing awareness about problem gambling in the surrounding community.  Through this website, and through the placement of educational articles in The Pas and OCN local newspapers, we provides useful information to assist the general public in making responsible decision and informed choices related to gambling.


Staff Training

The Aseneskak Casino provides ongoing staff training focused on recognizing the signs and symptoms of problem gambling and where to refer clients for help.  Training is conducted by the Addictions Foundation of Manitoba.

To visit the AFM website, click here.


Voluntary Exclusion Program
Voluntary Exclusion is a process for people who feel it is in their best interest not to participate in casino gambling.  By entering into the Voluntary Exclusion Program you are agreeing not to attend the Aseneskak Casino located on Opaskwayak Cree Nation.  This process is helpful to people who have experienced problems as a result of gambling and want to deal with these problems.


For more information on the Voluntary Exclusion Program, click here.