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Air Ronge, Saskatchewan


This Ojibway settlement is located about a half a mile from La Ronge. According to the 2016 census, the population of Air Ronge, Saskatchewan is 1,106. Supposedly whites account for 475 of the settlements population of 1,032. That is nearly half of the population. However, Air Ronge has the appearance of a settlement which is predominantly Indian. Many of the settlements streets are unpaved. There could be separate enclaves where the Indians and whites live. The number of housing units occupied is 335, which gives Air Ronge a 3.0 persons per housing unit average. Air Ronge covers 6.0 sq. km, or 2.3 sq. mi. At least 245 of the 587 Ojibway's still speak Anishinabe (Cree Dialect of Ojibway). Below are several google earth pictures of the Treaty 5 Ojibway Reservation community of Air Ronge, Saskatchewan.

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