On the battlefield or in the courts: Chief serves notice to multinational company, Saskatchewan government
On the battlefield or in the courts: Chief serves notice to multinational company, Saskatchewan government

 By Shari Narine  Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Four days after holding a press conference to call out The Mosaic Company for not working in partnership with his community, Kahkewistahaw First Nation Chief Evan Taypotat is telling the multinational company to “watch and wait” for what’s going to happen next. Taypotat says he will meet Mosaic “on (the) battlefield or see you in courtrooms or see you on the land.” Mosiac, headquartered in Tampa Bay, Florida, operates a potash mine about 10 kilometres from Kahkewistahaw, which can be seen from the community, yet, brings no benefits to it, said Taypotat. The chief’s words follow what he calls the company’s “lip service (and) their corporate greed” in Mosaic’s response to the charges the chief has laid against them. Last Thursday, Taypotat said

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