The printing and distribution of this card is sponsored by: The Canadian Salt Company Ltd. (Windsor).

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Salt is one of the most widely used minerals on Earth. It's a natural preservative that inhibits the growth of bacteria, and an essential element in our diet. It helps regulate our blood pressure and volume, facilitates the transmission of nerve impulses, and plays a vital role in heart and muscle contractions

We use salt to clear our roadways and stabilize our roadbeds as well as to maintain the conditioning systems that soften hard water. In a single year, Canadians can use more than ten million tonnes of the stuff. In fact, it's estimated there are more than 14,000 uses for this marvelous compound.

The Canadian Salt Company Limited is Canada’s largest salt manufacturer. The Company is engaged in the recovery, processing and sale of salt, and provides over 200 evaporated and rock salt products under its well-known Windsor and Safe-T-Salt brand names.

Products made from evaporated salt (salt recovered from brine) are used in household and food products, as well as for agricultural, water softening and industrial purposes. Those made from mined rock salt are also sold to household and industrial markets for ice control, and to the water softening and general industrial trades. The government agencies are among the largest users of the Company's products for highway ice control.

Select current Windsor Salt projects

  • Pugwash Mine & Refinery, Nova Scotia
  • Mines Seleine on the Magdalen Islands, Quebec
  • Ojibway Mine, City of Windsor, Ontario
  • Windsor Facility, City of Windsor, Ontario
  • Lindbergh Facility, Town of Elk Point, Edmonton, Alberta
  • Regina Facility, Town of Belle-Plaine, Saskatchewan
  • Anjou warehouse on the island of Montreal, Quebec
  • Clarkson warehouse, City of Mississauga, Ontario

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The Canadian Salt company is a private company not listed on the TSX

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For additional information about the Windsor Salt and their contributions to the mining industry please visit their website at http://www.windsorsalt.com.