You may not be where you think you are
Published Monday, October 17, 2005 by CCAer | E-mail this post
Canadians are probably already familiar with Lloydminster. The city straddles the Alberta / Saskatchewan provincial boundary
. However, according to this news story
, the provincial boundary, which follows the 110° west longitude line, is not in the place where it was thought to be when it was originally surveyed over a hundred years ago. Perhaps someone should be taking a look at the border that runs along 49° north between Canada and the United States . . . .