A vibrant town with a population of approximately 2,700 people located on the shores of Lac La Ronge, nestled next to Lac La Ronge Provincial Park (Nut Point) and apace to the beautiful Boreal Forest. It is the largest full-service community in Northern Saskatchewan.
The Northern Town of La Ronge closely neighbours two other communities, the Northern Village of Air Ronge and the Lac La Ronge Indian Band (LLRIB) . The three communities work in co-operation for a variety of regional services and residents benefit from the cross-use of facilities and the diversity of businesses within close proximity. As shown through the results from the 2016 Census, the average age in La Ronge is very young. Having young leaders representing our community serves La Ronge well by keeping ideas fresh and helping move the community in a forward progression towards sustainable growth and new development.
There are many activities and organizations in and around La Ronge that offer great opportunities to stay fit, socialize, and/or volunteer. Visit our Community Groups page for additional information. We are home to the La Ronge Ice Wolves SJHL hockey team, many community parks, a great variety of food, a sandy beach right down town and can boast the convenience of being close to campgrounds, hiking trails, golf courses, and of course, world class fishing lakes! Be sure to visit our Event Calendar to see the events in La Ronge and the surrounding communities of Air Ronge and LLRIB.
Seasonal employment in the areas of commercial fishing, trapping, wild rice growers, and wild berry and mushroom pickers provide an export base for goods to both Canadian and European markets making La Ronge a very unique and diverse community.
A wonderful place to live and visit any time of the year!
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