Lac La Ronge Indian Band Website: 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 9935 as of December 2013

Our Communities:

Stanley Mission
Grandmother’s Bay

Education and Career Guidance

LLRIB Education Department
Lac La Ronge Indian Band Schools Senator Myles Venne School – Chief Moses Ratt School – Bell’s Point Elementary – Sally Ross School

Gift of Language and Culture (Cree language development project)
First Nations SchoolNet
Pahkisimon Nuye?ah Library System
Keewatin Career Development Corporation
Saskatchewan Literacy Commission (SaskSmart)
Northern Lights School Division
Credenda Virtual High School
Masinahikana School
First Nations University of Canada
Northlands College
Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technology (SIIT)
Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology (SIAST)
University of Regina
University of Saskatchewan
Government of Saskatchewan Aboriginal Career Connections program


Diabetes Close to Home
First Nations and Inuit Health Branch (FNIHB), Health Canada

Stanley Mission Health Services

Economic Development

Kitsaki Management
First Nations Insurance
Northern Resource Trucking
Northern Lights Foods
CanNorth Environmental Services
Athabasca Catering
Aboriginal Business and Trade
CanNorth/CanSouth success story


CIBC On-line banking
CIBC Aboriginal services
Visions North
Bank of Montreal Aboriginal services

Social Development:

Indian Child and Family Services

Culture and Tourism:

Kayas (northern Saskatchewan culture and heritage)
Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre
La Ronge Hotel and Suites
La Ronge and Area Tourism
Northern Saskatchewan Tourism
Woodlands and Waterways


La Ronge Ice Wolves
Dakota Dunes Golf Links

Neighbours and Allies:

Assembly of First Nations
Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations
Prince Albert Grand Council
City of Prince Albert
Town of La Ronge
La Ronge area businesses
Village of Air Ronge

Federal and Provincial Government:

Buckley Belanger, MLA for Athabasca
Government of Canada
Indian and Northern Affairs Canada
Government of Saskatchewan
– Ministry of First Nations and Metis Relations – Northern Affairs Branch
– Ministry of Social Services
– Ministry of Justice
– Ministry of Environment
– Hunting information
– Fishing information
Ministry of Energy and Resources
Hunting and fishing license applications


La Ronge Northerner
Missinipi Broadcasting
CBC Saskatchewan
Rawlco Radio (Power 99 FM / Mix 101)
Aboriginal Multi-Media Society
Eagle Feather News
PAGC Tribune
Prince Albert Daily Herald
Saskatoon Star-Phoenix
Meadow Lake Progress