Lloydminster

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Lloydminster

(loid`mĭnstər), city (1991 pop. in Alberta, 10,042; in Saskatchewan, 7,241), on the Alta.-Sask. boundary, Canada. The city is chartered by both provinces. Farming and ranching are the chief activities of the region, which has oil, natural gas, coal, and salt deposits.
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The Flying Dust First Nation partnered with Habitat for Humanity organizations in Lloydminister, Edmonton and Meadow Lake along with businesses to break ground in May 2015 for the first on-reserve build of a 10-unit Elders Lodge.
Sandra Brown is administrator of the Lloydminister Metis Housing Group, vice-president of the Metis Urban Housing Association of Saskatchewan and board member of the National Aboriginal Housing Association.
(11) The family homesteaded near Lloydminister where the Barr colonists had settled.
recently announced that it, together with federal and local government officials, held a groundbreaking ceremony last week at the company's planned 130-million-liter ethanol plant in Lloydminister, Saskatchewan.
Mary Hiemstra, Gully Farm (Toronto, 1955), provides a personal memoir of the first winter in the Lloydminister area experienced by a Barr colonist family.