Canadian Mining Journal


K+S Potash Canada


  • Feature

    Disappearance of potash tax credit irks Saskatchewan miners

    June 1, 2019 by Alisha Hiyate

    Exploration for other minerals got a new boost instead

  • News

    AWARD: K+S Potash still among provincial top employers for sixth year

    February 13, 2019 by Canadian Mining Journal

    SASKATOON, Sask.  – K+S Potash Canada has again been named one of the provinces top employees. This is the sixth time and the second year in a row. President and general manager, operations Sam Farris said,  “We’ve experienced a lot

  • News

    AWARDS: Four miners among Canada’s top 100 employers

    November 12, 2018 by Canadian Mining Journal

    TORONTO – Canada’s Top 100 Employers project announced its 2019 winners on Nov. 9, including four of this country’s top miners. Congratulations to K+S Potash Canada, Rio Tinto, Suncor and Teck Resources. The winners were selected by the project’s editors

  • News

    POTASH: First unit train arrives in Port Moody from K+S Bethune mine

    September 28, 2017 by Canadian Mining Journal

    SASKATCHEWAN –  K+S Potash Canada says the first unit train of product from its Bethune potash mine near the town of the same name has arrived at the handling and storage facility in Port Moody, B.C. The train carried about

  • News

    POTASH: K+S opens handling and storage facility in Port Moody

    August 28, 2017 by Canadian Mining Journal

      BRITISH COLUMBIA – K+S Potash Canada and Pacific Coast Terminals celebrated the opening of the new, state-of-the-art potash handling and storage facility at the terminal in Port Moody. Potash from K+S’s new Bethune mine in southern Saskatchewan will be

  • News

    POTASH: First production at Bethune mine

    June 12, 2017 by Canadian Mining Journal

    SASKATCHEWAN – K+S Potash Canada has produced the first tonnes of potash at Canada’s newest potash mine –  Bethune (formerly known as the Legacy project) near the town of the same name. Potash shipments to the new harbour terminal in

  • Feature

    Bethune potash mine feeds the future of K+S

    June 1, 2017 by Alisha Hiyate

    On May 2, with 700 guests attending and not an empty seat in the house, K+S Potash Canada (KSPC) celebrated the official opening of its Bethune potash mine – the first greenfield potash mine built in Saskatchewan in more than

  • News

    POTASH: K+S hosts opening of new mine with new name, Bethune

    May 2, 2017 by Canadian Mining Journal

    SASKATCHEWAN – K+S Potash Canada held the ceremonial opening of the new potash solution mine near Bethune on May 2, 2017. About 700 guests, including the Hon. Brad Wall, Premier of Saskatchewan, and numerous local dignitaries, suppliers’ representatives and employees.

  • News

    POTASH: K+S again one of Saskatchewan’s top employers

    April 12, 2017 by Canadian Mining Journal

    SASKATCHEWAN – K+S Potash Canada (KSPC) of Saskatoon has once again been recognized as one of 20 companies in the province named Saskatchewan’s top employers. This is the fourth year in a row that KSPC has received this special designation

  • News

    POTASH: K+S takes delivery of rail cars for Legacy project

    March 13, 2017 by Canadian Mining Journal

    SASKATCHEWAN – K+S Potash Canada says the first 177 of 531 custom built rail cars have arrived at the Legacy potash mine site near Bethune. The company now has enough rail cars on hand to complete one of the three

  • News

    POTASH: Commissioning underway at K+S Legacy project

    December 7, 2016 by Canadian Mining Journal

    SASKATCHEWAN – Commissioning is well underway at its Legacy potash solution mine and plant near Moose Jaw, according to owner K+S Potash Canada. This is the first Saskatchewan greenfield potash project in nearly 40 years. Commissioning is done on the

  • ENVIRONMENT: K+S Potash supports grassland offset project in Saskatchewan

    October 5, 2016 by Canadian Mining Journal

    SASKATCHEWAN – K+S Potash Canada together with the government of Saskatchewan and the Nature Conservatory of Canada have created a grassland  habitat offset valued at close to $1 million. The objective is to achieve “no net loss” of native grasslands