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KSPC Lends a Hand for Work and Education

K+S Potash Canada has been hard at work in 2014, winning over the hearts and minds of the people of Saskatchewan – which has a large Aboriginal (First Nations and Métis people) population – and proving itself to be a very at-tractive employer in the region.

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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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KSPC Lends a Hand for Work and Education

K+S Potash Canada has been hard at work in 2014, winning over the hearts and minds of the people of Saskatchewan – which has a large Aboriginal (First Nations and Métis people) population – and proving itself to be a very at-tractive employer in the region.

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.

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