The origin of the name is uncertain; the most likely explanation is that early French fur traders named it la ronge (literally the chewed) because of the large amount of beaver activity along the shoreline—many of the trees would have been chewed down for beaver dam construction. Many of the Dene, Cree, and white trappers used La Ronge as their central service point. La Ronge is home to an 8 team Ladies Slopitch League - JRMCC Ladies Slopitch (slow-pitch softball). Its location is approximately 250 km (160 mi) north of Prince Albert where Highway 2 becomes Highway 102. Northlands College maintains its main campus in La Ronge and took over the Nortep/Norpac program after the Saskatchewan provincial government cut funding to the program in March 2017. In the 2016 Census, Statistics Canada reported that the La Ronge population centre had a population of 5,671 living in 1,704 of its 1,927 total dwellings, a +6.6% change from its 2011 population of 5,318.

Town of La Ronge Northern Saskatchewan. The wildfire burned multiple houses before conditions pushed the fire away from the town and crews were able to extinguish it. Average family income in La Ronge in 2005, Knowledge of official languages in La Ronge, First official language spoken in La Ronge, This town Minority Population Characteristics.

98-316-XWE. 2016 Lac La Ronge Indian Band Population Statistics as of December 31, 2016. House parties will also not be tolerated. The highway between La Ronge and Prince Albert expanded the community further in the 1970s after it was paved. In the summer time, many people visit the Lac La Ronge Provincial Park which is Saskatchewan's largest Provincial Park. Our reserve lands extend from rich farmlands in central Saskatchewan, all the way north through the boreal forest to the mighty Churchill River and beyond. Vulnerable individuals such as seniors are those with underlying health conditions should receive their food first to minimize cross-contamination. La Ronge's status changed from northern village to industrial town in 1965 and then to town on 1 November 1976 before finally becoming a northern town on 1 October 1983.[2].

La Ronge, SK Canada S0J-1L0, Located in north-central Saskatchewan, the Lac La Ronge Indian Band is the largest First Nation in Saskatchewan, and one of the 10 largest in Canada, with a population of 11079 as of December 31, 2018. The geographical area served is 307,180 square kilometres, almost half the province. Click Link to Print – Population Statistics as of December 31st 2016. The highest temperature ever recorded in La Ronge was 37.2 °C (99 °F) on 23 August 1929. Census Profile - Map: La Ronge, Town (Census Subdivision), Saskatchewan. Source: With access to all other points north, east and west, and transportation linkage to the south, La Ronge is also the northern hub for the Saskatchewan provincial government.