Public informed on potash development

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Warren Michelson, MLA for Moose Jaw North presents Sam Ferris of K+S Potash Canada with a copy of Building for the Future a photo journal of Saskatchewan legislative buildings.

by Cole Carruthers

The work is heading to our doorstep and all Moose Javians have to do is greet it with open arms and prepare for the future tasks.  

Last night K+S Potash Canada GP held an event at Heritage Inn with guest speaker Sam Farris, production manager for the Legacy Project site. 

Farris was in town to give an overview of the Legacy Project, an upcoming mining project, located roughly 40 kilometres north of the Friendly City. 

When asked what trades will be needed for the project, Farris replied, “We’ll being looking for all trades. All trades are required to keep this place operational and to build it in the first place.” 

“We’re very excited to be here. We really noticed back in the fall the excitment of Moose Jaw and the pride that the community has in being tied to the project, so we hope to absolutely honour the pride they have shown in the project,” Farris said. 

Wednesday’s information session was held to let the community hear the latest developments on the project and have the company field any questions the public might have.

For more on this story read an upcoming edition of the Times-herald. 

Organizations: K+S Potash Canada GP, Heritage Inn

Geographic location: Friendly, Moose Jaw

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