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Lac La Ronge, Saskatchewan


This Ojibway settlement is located about 0.5 miles or 0.8 kilometers east of Air Ronge. Below are links to google earth photos of Lac La Ronge, Saskatchewan. According to 2016's census, population of Lac La Ronge, Saskatchewan is 2,017. There are two distinct areas. One is adjacent to Air Ronge from Fairchild Street to Wapos Avenue then to Highway 2 then to Mikisiw Road. Another is where Lac La Ronge, Saskatchewan is located, which is 0.5 miles or 0.8 kilometers east of Ojibway Air Ronge. Lac La Ronge has 480 housing units with 441 lived. Average household size is 4.5 persons per household. Around 565 speak what Lewis and Clark called corrupted Ojibway Language or Cree. Cree Ojibway's don't live in Saskatchewan. They have 3 Reserves in Alberta and 6 in British Columbia. Their real tribal name is Beaver Indians. This Ojibway Town is situated adjacent to Lake Lac La Ronge.



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Lac La Ronge From Road

Lac La Ronge From Road

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