Conservation group raises concerns over proposed Canadian potash mine

The Albany Project is a proposed three million tonne per year solution potash mine, located about 30 km southeast of Regina, SK. (Image courtesy of CanPacific Potash JV.)

A conservation group is calling on the Saskatchewan government to do more after raising concerns about a proposed potash mine near the village of Sedley.

CanPacific Potash is proposing a new 3.25 million tonne per year solution potash mine and submitted its environmental impact assessment to the province in January.

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