Proposed Broadview Project - Project Update

As required by The Environmental Assessment Act (the Act), Canada Golden Fortune Potash Corp’s (CGFPC) has prepared an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) evaluating the environmental implications of the proposed Broadview Project. The Act requires that the EIS and the Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment’s (Ministry) review of the EIS be made available for public review. The EIS, Technical Review Comments prepared by the Ministry, and a public notice advertising the review period are available by clicking the link below.

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The Broadview Project

 

The Broadview Project is a proposed solution potash mine in southeast Saskatchewan.  It is situated on KL280, which is 281 square kilometres in size and located approximately 12 kilometres south of the Town of Grenfell and 120 kilometres east of Regina. The Broadview Project could have significant short- and long-term benefits for the local and regional economy.  Benefits include the creation of jobs, purchase of supplies and services, payment of taxes during construction, operation, and decommissioning, as well as royalty payments to the Province of Saskatchewan during operation.

 

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"We look forward to building strong working relationships with all communities involved and learning about each community's customs and traditions"

 
 

Canada Golden Fortune Potash Corporation

Canada Golden Fortune Potash Corporation (CGFPC) is a private resource company engaged in the exploration and development of potash mineral deposits in Saskatchewan, Canada.  CGFPC's goal is to develop a solution potash mine with in Saskatchewan.  CGFPC owns 100% of the mineral rights on two potash permits (KP437 and KP442) in Saskatchewan. 

SNC Lavalin Inc.

SNC-Lavalin Inc. (SNC-Lavalin) was retained by CGFPC to provide services for the Broadview Project including infrastructure design, environmental permitting and community engagement.  Founded in 1911, SNC-Lavalin is one of the leading engineering and construction groups in the world and a major player in the ownership of infrastructure.  Our Saskatchewan team of leading environmental specialists, earth scientists and engineers specialize in consulting for the Saskatchewan potash mining industry.