City Council - Elected October 1912
Left to right: Back: Larry Sauer, Jason Whiting, Alan Cayford, Linnea Goodhand
Front: Rob Saunders, Jeff Mulligan (Mayor), Chris McQuid
For a complete list of councilors over the past century - click here
Since the creation of Saskatchewan and Alberta in 1905, one of Lloydminster's most challenging obstacles has been its bi-provinciality. From its time as two separate entities, the Town of Lloydminster, Saskatchewan and the Village of Lloydminster, Alberta, to the 1930 amalgamation, to the present challenges of governing a city based in two provinces, the issue is explored in its entirety.
What makes Lloydminster unique is that it is ONE municipality in TWO provinces. The ongoing success at overcoming our bi-provincial tensions and fostering a united community spirit is something of which the residents of Lloydminster should be proud.
For a recent celebration of our bi-provincialness
- click here
Current Mayor - Jeff Mulligan
D. G Tuckwell
Mayor in 1915
(Photos courtesy Doug Aston Collection)
First Postmaster in Lloydminster
Above: Jubilee Park (originally on the S.E. corner of the junction of Highways 16 & 17). The Cairn, commemorating the settlement of the Barr Colonists, was installed at the time of the Provincial Jubilees 
About 10 years later the cairn was moved 2 miles north on Highway 17 and the park shown here became a BA Service Station (later Gulf Oil and at century end, a PetroCanada service station)