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Stelmach ran for the Legislative Assembly of Alberta as a Progressive Conservative (Progressive Conservative Association of Alberta) in the 1993 provincial election (Alberta general election, 1993), defeating incumbent New Democrat (Alberta New Democratic Party) Derek Fox in the riding (electoral district (Canada)) of Vegreville-Viking. Stelmach became a member of the Deep Six (Deep Six (Alberta politics)), a group


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, the entire province is on UTC−06:00—Mountain Daylight Time in Lloydminster and Central Standard Time in the rest of the province. During the winter, Lloydminster is on Mountain Standard Time with the rest of Alberta, which is UTC−07:00. The provincial line divides the city in two aspects related to communications. Telephones on the Saskatchewan side are assigned to area codes 306 and 639, the two area codes assigned to that province, while land lines on the Alberta side have numbers


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Avenue are considered to be in Lloydminster, Saskatchewan and addresses west of 50th Avenue are considered to be in Lloydminster, Alberta. The city is bordered by the County of Vermilion River, Alberta, on the west, the Rural Municipality (R.M.) of Britannia No. 502 (Britannia No. 502, Saskatchewan), Saskatchewan, on the northeast and the R.M. of Wilton No. 472 (Wilton No. 472, Saskatchewan), Saskatchewan, on the southeast. Lloydminster is not the only city that straddles a Canadian

the total population on the Alberta side is nearly twice that of the Saskatchewan side. The census agglomeration of Lloydminster includes both parts of the city, as well as the rural municipality of Wilton No. 472, the town of Lashburn, Saskatchewan, and the village of Marshall, Saskatchewan. About 94% of residents identified English (English language) as their first language. More than 1.4% of the population identified French (French language) as their first language, while


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of Saskatchewan does not observe daylight saving time, instead staying on Central Standard Time (Central Time Zone) year-round. However, Alberta mandates daylight saving time. Lloydminster's charter allows the city to follow Alberta's use of daylight saving time on both sides of the provincial border in order to keep all clocks within the city in sync. This has the effect of placing Lloydminster and the surrounding area in the Mountain Time Zone along with Alberta. During the summer

County Two Hills County (Two Hills County No. 21, Alberta) Vermilion River County (Vermilion River County, Alberta) - Also, most of the province of Saskatchewan is on Central Standard Time year round. Because Saskatchewan is wholly within the Mountain Time Zone (7.5 degrees on either side of the 105th meridian, which runs through the centre of Sask.) it is effectively on DST year round. Major exceptions include Lloydminster, a town situated on the boundary

not observe the change, remaining on Standard Time year round. One reason that Saskatchewan does not take part in the time change is that, geographically, the entire province is closer to the Mountain Time Zone's meridian. The province elected to move onto "permanent" daylight saving by being part of the Central Time Zone. The only exception is the region immediately surrounding the Saskatchewan side of the biprovincial city of Lloydminster, which has chosen to use Mountain Time with DST


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Lloydminster

'''Lloydminster''' is a Canadian (Canada) city which has the unusual geographic distinction of straddling the provincial (Provinces and territories of Canada) border between Alberta and Saskatchewan. Lloydminster at The Canadian Encyclopedia. Unlike most such cases (such as Texarkana and Kansas City), Lloydminster is not a pair of twin cities (Twin cities (geographical proximity)) on opposite sides of a border which merely share the same name, but is actually incorporated by both provinces as a single city with a single municipal administration.

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