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La Ronge

The area was originally inhabited by the Cree Indians, who used the interconnecting rivers and lakes for transportation, hunting, and trading in summer and winter, through the use of canoes and dogteams.

Later, fur traders came up the Churchill River from the east, settling on the north end of Lac la Ronge and using it as a base for further exploration. The Churchill River bears evidence of human activity from many hundreds of years ago. Pictographs painted on the granite rocks with natural red ochre colours show hunting scenes which the early inhabitants recorded as they ventured out to find food for their families.

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