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Brookfield Place

181 Bay Street

Suite 3910

Toronto, ON M5J 2T3


Phone: 416-368-9932

Fax: 416-368-2934

Alamos Gold, Inc., a gold mining company, engages in the exploration, mine development, mining and extraction of precious metals, primarily gold. The company’s primary assets include the Young-Davidson mine in Ontario, Canada, and the Mulatos and El Chanate mines in the state of Sonora, Mexico. In addition, the company owns the Agi Dagi, Kirazli and Çamyurt gold development projects in Turkey, an interest in the Lynn Lake gold project in Canada, the Esperanza gold project in Mexico, as well as an option to acquire a 100% interest in the Quartz Mountain gold project in Oregon, the U.S. Young-Davidson Mine The Young-Davidson gold mine is located near the town of Matachewan. The property consists of contiguous mineral leases and claims totaling 11,000 acres. The company owns 100% of the mineral rights to all of the mineral resource related claims. The company also holds the mineral rights to 200 tenures from mining leases to exploration claims covering 4,734 hectares surrounding and including the Young-Davidson Mine. Mulatos Mine The Mulatos mine is located 220 kilometers east of Hermosillo in the state of Sonora in northwest Mexico. The company owns 100% of the Mulatos mine and various other prospective exploration targets throughout the district. It controls various mineral concessions, which are located mostly to the west, southwest and north-northeast of the Mulatos mine. A total of 28,773 hectares of mineral concessions, in 43 discrete concessions, are controlled by the company. The Mulatos group of concessions covers the Mulatos deposit and satellite gold systems known as Cerro Pelon, La Yaqui, El Carricito, El Halcon, Las Carboneras, El Jaspe, Puebla, Los Bajios, and La Dura. El Chanate Mine The El Chanate Mine is located 37 kilometers northeast of Caborca in Sonora State, in northwest Mexico. The mine consists of an open pit, crusher, heap leach pads, process plant and supporting infrastructure located on 4,618 hectares encompassed within 22 mineral concessions. From 2010 to 2014, the company has drilled 796 reverse circulation holes totaling approximately 124,320 meters and 47 core holes for 16,019 meters. During 2014, the company completed 20,946 meters of reverse circulation drilling and 4,918 meters of core drilling. Other Mineral Properties Agi Dagi and Kirazli Projects The company’s Turkish projects include the Agi Dagi and Kirazli development projects in Turkey and the exploration stage Camyurt project located approximately 3 kilometers from Agi Dagi. Kirazli is situated 25 kilometers to the northwest of Agi Dagi, with both projects located in the Canakkale province in the Biga Peninsula of northwestern Turkey. The Agi Dagi property consists of a total of 10,514 hectares of mineral tenure in 15 contiguous operation and exploration licenses covering a ridge with 900 meters of relief and includes the Camyurt project. The Kirazli property consists of 1,541 hectares of mineral tenure in two contiguous licenses. Esperanza Gold Project Esperanza is located in south-central Mexico in the state of Morelos, Mexico. The project is comprised of seven adjacent land concessions totaling 15,025 hectares. Quartz Mountain Property The Quartz Mountain property is located on the northern extension of the prolific Basin and Range province of Nevada. The total area of the Quartz Mountain property is approximately 704 hectares. Lynn Lake Project The properties are located in northern Manitoba, Canada. The project consists of two primary deposits; the MacLellan mine and the Farley Lake mine. These two mines are situated in the North belt of the Lynn Lake Greenstone Belt within the Churchill Structural province of the Canadian Shield. The MacLellan mine project comprises 6 claims and 1 mining lease covering an area of 866 hectares. The Farley Lake mine project comprises 70 claims and 4 mining leases covering an area of 12,915 hectares. Reserves As of December 31, 2015, the company’s total proven and probable gold mineral reserves were 5.9 million gold ounces. History The company was founded in 1986. It was incorporated under Part 1A of the Companies Act (Quebec) in 1986 under the name Golden Rock Explorations Inc. By Articles of Amendment in 1998, the company changed its name to Gammon Lake Resources Inc. By Articles of Amendment in 2007, the company changed its name to Gammon Gold Inc. By Articles of Amendment on June 2011, it changed its name to its name, AuRico Gold Inc., and by Articles of Continuance in August 2011, the company changed its province of jurisdiction to Ontario. The company changed its name to Alamos Gold, Inc. in 2015.


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