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Even though they are different provinces, the convictions would be in CPIC (Canada Police Information Centre) which is a national database, so all provinces would have access to and be aware of your record. The relevant date is not when you were charged with the offence but rather when / if you were convicted. As such, if you were convicted 2.5 years ago in Alberta, then that would be your first conviction for DUI. In such case, if you deal with the Sask DUI now and are found guilty, then it would only be 2.5 years since your first conviction, and thus the Sask DUI would count as your second conviction.
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