from the February 2016 Legacy Update Newsletter
K+S Potash Canada (KSPC) is working hard to earn a reputation as a company that’s respectful and inclusive of First Nations and Métis (FNM) people.
Read about our 2015 highlights and milestones, our cavern development program, seismic activity, and what we're doing to build a diverse workforce.
January 29, 2016
Today File Hills Qu’Appelle Developments LP (FHQ Developments) along with K+S Potash Canada GP (KSPC) signed an agreement outlining both parties’ commitment to improving labour market participation and employment opportunities for Saskatchewan First Nations and Métis people.
January 21, 2016
KSPC is looking to hire approximately 100 new positions in the next three months, primarily tradespeople and operators in the production and maintenance areas at the Legacy site near Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.
November 10, 2015
Now and into next year, KSPC will be looking to hire approximately 150 new positions, primarily tradespeople and operators in the production and maintenance areas at the Legacy site.
September 30, 2015
The legacy is growing. Construction at K+S Potash Canada’s (KSPC) $4.1 billion Legacy Project in southern Saskatchewan is about 50 per cent completed.
Construction is well underway on the approximately 19 km of rail and spur line infrastructure project that KSPC is building adjacent to the Legacy Project mine site.
Construction camp life has seldom been this comfortable.
KSPC is supporting the communities where we operate and working together to address common issues.
On July 3, 2015 the Legacy Project surpassed 5 million hours worked without a lost time injury (LTI). And safety officials with K+S Potash Canada (KSPC) are suitably pleased – but not surprised – with the accomplishment.
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