Lloydminster, often referred to as "Lloyd," or "The Border City," is found on the Yellowhead Highway, between Edmonton and Saskatoon. The city sits right on the Alberta-Saskatchewan border, and its 100-foot high border markers are impossible to miss. Their four themes include: oil and gas, the Barr Colonists, agriculture, and First Nations & Métis. The gap between the steel pillars of each monument represents the actual border. These markers were constructed in 1994. Lloydminster's population, according to Stats Canada's 2016 Census, sits at 34,583.