Proposed Broadview Project - Project Update
The Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for Canada Golden Fortune Potash Corp’s (CGFPC) proposed Broadview Project has been submitted to the Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment. An EIS is the report that documents any potential project affects and mitigation measures and is used by the regulators in the decision-making process. The Environmental Assessment Act requires that a proponent receive the approval of the Minister of Environment before proceeding with a development.
Based on similar projects of this size and nature, CGFPC anticipates to receive initial technical comments from the Ministry of Environment in September 2018, followed by a period of response and finally public review. CGFPC understands that the success of the proposed Broadview Project depends on strong working relationships with local communities which is why we are committed to keeping stakeholders and the generally public informed and updated on the proposed Broadview Project. We will continue to update you as the proposed Broadview Project progresses and provide opportunities for stakeholders and members of the public to ask questions, and provide feedback. Please feel free to contact us anytime if you have any questions and/or comments.
The Technical Proposal for the Broadview Project has been submitted to the Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment.
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.