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Canada to invest millions to cut emissions at BHP potash mine -source

OTTAWA (Reuters) -Canada will announce a multi-million dollar investment on Monday to make the Jansen potash mine run by the globe’s largest listed miner, BHP Group, “the cleanest and most sustainable in the world,” a government source said on Sunday. Industry Minister François-Philippe Champagne and Agriculture Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau are scheduled to make an announcement on “moving toward the net-zero emission economy” in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, on Monday at 10:00 a.m. central time (1500 GMT). The source declined to say the exact amount of the federal investment in BHP’s Jansen mine, which is located about 150 km (93 miles) east of Saskatoon.

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