CanPacific documents say majority of site would be on cultivated land
An environmental group is expressing concern about a proposed 3.25 million-tonne per year CanPacific Potash mine near the village of Sedley, Sask.
CanPacific submitted its final environment impact statement to the province in January, the company says, and the project is pending environmental assessment approval.
Trevor Herriot, spokesperson for the group Public Pastures — Public Interest, said his concerns began when he read the environmental impact statement for the proposed mine near Sedley, which is about 50 kilometres southeast of Regina. Continue Reading →