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September 2015 Legacy Update Newsletter

Read about our project status, our latest safety milestone, how some of our new hires will have the unique opporunity to train in Europe, our Belle Plain spur line project, an update on our construction camp, and a couple of ways we’re supporting the communities in which we live and work.

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Huge Vessels Lumbering to Legacy Site

Fans of futuristic movies might say they look like twin propulsion units from a colossal spacecraft. But the two enormous vessels that were lumbering along Saskatchewan highways on flatbed trucks in November 2014 are actually evaporators that will be used to process potash at the K+S Potash Canada

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Mine Caverns Under Development at Legacy Site

More than 30 cranes reach into the prairie sky above the Legacy mine site as people in hardhats below erect steel structures for a project that will employ almost five times the amount of steel used to build the Eiffel Tower. But it’s a few kilometres east of these structures where some of the

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A brighter future is just a click away

From December 10 to December 24, 2014, K+S Potash Canada will be hosting an online, crowd-sourced, holiday giving campaign for the third year in a row. When visitors click on the star ornament hanging from the ‘plus’ symbol on the company’s homepage, they will have the opportunity to allocate $1 to

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Huge vessels being trucked to K+S site near Bethune

They look like giant booster rockets being transported to their launching pad. At 30 metres (100 feet) long, 10.5 metres (35 feet) wide and 11 metres (36 feet) high, and weighing in at a hefty 209,000 kg (460,000 pounds), they’re among the biggest — if not the biggest — pieces of equipment ever ship

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The Legacy Project: Status Update

The Legacy mine site, located near the Village of Bethune within the RM of Dufferin, is the first new potash mine in Saskatchewan in nearly 40 years, and the name is a fitting one; many employees have come to K+S Potash Canada (KSPC) for the chance to be part of something bigger than themselves.

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Construction Camp Gets Up and Running

On April 28th, 2014, the first person checked into KSPC’s construction camp 3 km north-east of the Legacy mine site. Between that day and the official opening on May 29th, the number of people in the camp climbed to approximately 200.

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cover-legacy-update-2015-september

September 2015 Legacy Update Newsletter

Read about our project status, our latest safety milestone, how some of our new hires will have the unique opporunity to train in Europe, our Belle Plain spur line project, an update on our construction camp, and a couple of ways we’re supporting the communities in which we live and work.

Read More »
20150507-legacy-thinking-bigger-dimensions

Huge Vessels Lumbering to Legacy Site

Fans of futuristic movies might say they look like twin propulsion units from a colossal spacecraft. But the two enormous vessels that were lumbering along Saskatchewan highways on flatbed trucks in November 2014 are actually evaporators that will be used to process potash at the K+S Potash Canada

Read More »
20151221-mine-caverns-under-development-at-legacy

Mine Caverns Under Development at Legacy Site

More than 30 cranes reach into the prairie sky above the Legacy mine site as people in hardhats below erect steel structures for a project that will employ almost five times the amount of steel used to build the Eiffel Tower. But it’s a few kilometres east of these structures where some of the

Read More »
20161205-holiday-click-campaign-returns

A brighter future is just a click away

From December 10 to December 24, 2014, K+S Potash Canada will be hosting an online, crowd-sourced, holiday giving campaign for the third year in a row. When visitors click on the star ornament hanging from the ‘plus’ symbol on the company’s homepage, they will have the opportunity to allocate $1 to

Read More »
20150507-legacy-thinking-bigger-dimensions

Huge vessels being trucked to K+S site near Bethune

They look like giant booster rockets being transported to their launching pad. At 30 metres (100 feet) long, 10.5 metres (35 feet) wide and 11 metres (36 feet) high, and weighing in at a hefty 209,000 kg (460,000 pounds), they’re among the biggest — if not the biggest — pieces of equipment ever ship

Read More »
20140901-the-legacy-project-status-update

The Legacy Project: Status Update

The Legacy mine site, located near the Village of Bethune within the RM of Dufferin, is the first new potash mine in Saskatchewan in nearly 40 years, and the name is a fitting one; many employees have come to K+S Potash Canada (KSPC) for the chance to be part of something bigger than themselves.

Read More »
20151221-construction-camp-gets-up-and-running

Construction Camp Gets Up and Running

On April 28th, 2014, the first person checked into KSPC’s construction camp 3 km north-east of the Legacy mine site. Between that day and the official opening on May 29th, the number of people in the camp climbed to approximately 200.

Read More »