No promise for potash prices

By Melanie Franner The fact that it took China and India (among the largest purchasers of fertilizer in the world) until the third quarter of 2016 to sign their annual potash contracts with Belarusian Potash Company (BPC) does not bode well for a rebound any time soon...
CCDF – A Metis success story

CCDF – A Metis success story

Saskatchewan continues to grow and so does the Clarence Campeau Development Fund (CCDF). The fund has grown to become a significant player making a major impact on economic development in the province. It currently boasts an equity base in excess of $28 million with...
What’s next for Mesa’s Bounty potash project?

What’s next for Mesa’s Bounty potash project?

By Michael Schwartz Mesa Exploration Corporation (TSX-V: MSA, OTCPK: MSAJF) recently announced that the Bureau of Land Management (BLM, a unit of the Department of the Interior) had rejected its 336-square-kilometre Bounty potash project located on salt flats in...
Supplying water to the potash industry

Supplying water to the potash industry

Potash mines require water. A lot of it. SaskWater excels at delivering a reliable supply of millions of cubic metres of water to the potash industry in Saskatchewan. Saskatchewan’s Crown water utility supplies non-potable water to seven potash mines in the province....