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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