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CanPacific Potash Joint Venture Project

The CanPacific Potash Project is located in the Saskatchewan Potash district that represents nearly 26% of the world production and over half of the known potash reserves. The district has nine operating potash mines one of which is a solution mine.

Albany Project

The Albany Project is a proposed three million tonne per year solution potash mine. It is situated on mining lease KP405, which covers approximately 24,751 hectares of land and is located approximately 30 kilometres southeast of Regina, SK, in the RM's of Lajord and Francis.

The Albany Project sits on the southern margin of the Elk Pointe Basin within the Devonian Prairie Evaporite sequence. Three major potash beds including the Patience Lake, the Belle Plaine and the Esterhazy are the focus of the proposed project.

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Community Benefits of the Albany Project

The Albany Project will have significant benefits for the local and regional economy. Benefits include the creation of jobs, purchase of supplies and services, payment of taxes and royalty payments to the Province of Saskatchewan during operation.

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