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Lloydminster is named for George Lloyd, who was the Anglican Bishop of Saskatchewan and a strong opponent of Non-British immigration to Canada.


Location:  Lloydminster is located in the central eastern part of the Province along the Saskatchewan border.

Judicial District:  St. Paul Judicial District


Provincial Court Courthouse – Lloydminster


Location:  5124 50th Street / 52nd Avenue

Built:  1978 – 1979

Style:  Modern

Architect:  Bittorf Holland Christianson Architects Ltd. of Edmonton

Contractor:  Bennet & White Construction Company Limited of Calgary


Description:  The building faces south and is a two red coloured brick and concrete structure. The south side has a wide white coloured section which divides the first and second stories. The entrance faces west with a round red coloured brick tower on the south side. The roof line is flat.


See:  Within the St. Paul Judicial District is the Court of Queens Bench at St. Paul and Provincial Courthouses located at BonnyvilleCold LakeLac La BicheVermilion and Wainwright.




Provincial Court Courthouse – Lloydminster















Photos taken 2013 and 2015