- Extreme communities of Canada
This is a list of the extreme communities in Canada and its provinces and territories. They are further east, north, south or west than any other community, though they are generally not further than the
extreme points of Canadian provinces. The record latitude (in degrees north) or longitude (in degrees west) is given. *Lloydminster lies on the Alberta/Saskatchewan border. Furthest east entirely within Alberta is Empress (110°0'22"W). Furthest west entirely within Saskatchewan is Govenlock in the southwest part of the province. **Flin Flon lies on the Saskatchewan / Manitoba border, however, the southeastern part of Saskatchewan is located much further to the east than Flin Flon.
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