La Ronge, Saskatchewan
Located in north-central Saskatchewan, is the Chippewa (Saulteaux) city of La Ronge. There is what the whites claim is the white city named La Ronge, Saskatchewan but it is predominantly Indian. La Ronge has a population of 2,725 but whites only make up 1,135 of the city's population, or more than a third of the population. Indians make up 1,590 of the population of La Ronge. Then there are the Chippewa settlements around the city which include Lac La Ronge.
According to the 2006 census, La Ronge, Saskatchewan had a population of 2,725. In 2011, it was reported that the population of La Ronge was near 5,000. At least 610 speak Anishinabe. The city has 945 housing units which are occupied. That gives La Ronge a 3.0 persons per housing unit size. The city covers 12.0 sq. km., or 4.6 sq. mi. La Ronge has quite a few businesses which does indicate a significant white population lives there. The whites won't allow Indian communities to prosper. Below are several links to pictures of the Treaty 5 Chippewa Reservation city of La Ronge, Saskatchewan.