Place:La Ronge, Saskatchewan, Canada

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NameLa Ronge
TypeCommunity
Coordinates55.117°N 105.3°W
Located inSaskatchewan, Canada
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La Ronge is a community of 2,743 people (2011 census)[1] in Northern Saskatchewan, Canada, approximately north of Prince Albert where Highway 2 becomes Highway 102. The town lies on the western shore of Lac la Ronge, is adjacent to Lac La Ronge Provincial Park, and is on the edge of the Canadian Shield.

The town is also the namesake of the larger La Ronge population centre[2] comprising the town, the Northern Village of Air Ronge and the Kitsakie 156B and Lac La Ronge 156 Indian reserves of the Lac La Ronge First Nation.[3]

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