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Regulatory hurdles delay merger of Canadian fertilizer giants PotashCorp, Agrium

CALGARY — The friendly merger of PotashCorp. and Agrium Inc. is expected to close several months later than the previous target date due to concerns raised by regulatory bodies in four countries. 143 more words

Mergers And Acquisitions

BHP's US$14B Saskatchewan mine delay comes amid dark outlook for potash producers

BHP Billiton Ltd.’s decision to delay a major potash mine in Saskatchewan comes amid a persistent weakening of demand for fertilizer, leading producers to shelve major investments and ink sizeable mergers with competitors to boost revenues. 667 more words

Energy

Five memorable moments from retiring Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall

Brad Wall, who has served as premier of Saskatchewan for nearly a decade, has announced his retirement from politics. The leader of the province’s right-leaning Saskatchewan Party, Wall was notable for standing up for conservatism and sometimes clashing with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberal government as a result. 590 more words

Politics

Look to gold, potash, copper stocks if interest rates start to rise

By Kristine Owram

If Governor Stephen Poloz does the expected and raises Canadian interest rates on Wednesday, it may be time to load up on potash, copper and gold stocks. 685 more words

Breaking

Agrium's mega-merger with Potash Corp. seals the deal for Susan Jones

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Susan Jones, Agrium

Susan Jones, senior vice-president and chief legal officer of Agrium Inc., said she’s proud to work for a company that “feeds the world.” 942 more words

Legal Post

Why a Segment of Saskatchewan's Economy, and Our Ethical Compass, Hinges on an Undeveloped, War-Torn African Nation

Somewhere in the waters just off the southernmost tip of South Africa, a loaded cargo ship is going nowhere.

The NM Cherry Blossom and its 50000 ton cargo of phosphate was… 2,555 more words

Saskatchewan Politics

Potash Corp's profit beats as costs fall, potash sales rise

Potash Corp of Saskatchewan’s reported a higher-than-expected rise in quarterly profit as lower costs and increased potash sales volumes more than made up for weak phosphate prices. 222 more words

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