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Canadian potash mine project receives federal approval

9:54 AM MDT | March 20, 2013 | Lindsay Frost

Encanto Potash Corp. (Saskatchewan) says its Muskowekan First Nation potash mine project has been accepted by the Canadian federal government under its First Nations Commericial and Industrial Development Act (FNCIDA), which reproduces the provincial rules and regulations that apply to similar large-scale commercial or industrial projects off reserve and applies them to a specific on-reserve project. First Potash Ventures, a joint venture between Encanto and Muskowekwan Resources, is working on developing the mine at Muskowekwan First Nation, Canada—located...

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