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La Ronge was left with minimal news coverage after CBC closed its one-person bureau in 2012.
The La Ronge Northerner, a weekly newspaper, closed after more than four decades of publication in 2015.
They can also look for employees, find work for themselves, and place announcements, all totally free!
As well, we host a current events calendar packed with local activities, and you’ll usually find one or more contests going on with the chance to win awesome prizes!
From breaking news to traffic updates – you won’t find a more complete news source anywhere.
There is no subscription fee, no story limit, no paywall and no extra cost for premium content.Featuring local real estate, an auto mall and free classifieds – all of which will certainly attract viewership.The website is 100% tablet and mobile phone compatible so Central Albertans can stay in touch with local news and information from where ever travel takes them.Whether it’s a political upheaval, highway closure, natural disaster or serious crime, Northern BC turns to the information leader, Readers of will also discover a comprehensive Free Classifieds section where they can buy, sell, and trade everything from vehicles to real estate. Its your local source for all news related to the agriculture industry including research developments and the latest in crop, livestock and market news. We dig deeper and talk directly to local producers for reaction so you, the reader, can better understand how it may affect you, your family, your money and your future. The Jim Pattison Broadcast Group now has 7 local news websites operating in the province including Prince Albert, North Battleford, Meadow Lake, La Ronge, and the Northeast (Melfort, Tisdale)…making us the largest combined news team in Saskatchewan.