Alamos Gold, Inc. operates as a Canadian gold producer with mines and projects in North America. The company’s core operations include the Young-Davidson mine in Ontario, Canada, and the El Chanate mine in Sonora, Mexico. The company’s project pipeline also includes advanced exploration opportunities in Mexico and Canada. Projects include the Kemess Underground project, a gold-copper deposit in northern British Columbia, Canada, and a 50% joint venture interest in the Orion Project in Nayarit, Mexico. 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. El Chanate Mine The El Chanate Mine is located 37 kilometers northeast of Caborca in Sonora State, 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. In 2013, the company completed an option/joint venture agreement with Highvista Gold Inc. to explore approximately 11,600 hectares of claims located to the northwest of the open pit that provides access to an additional 15 to 20 kilometers of the El Chanate fault. Kemess Underground Project The Kemess Underground project is a gold and copper project located in northern British Columbia, Canada. The Kemess property consists of 4 mining leases (Numbers 354991, 410732, 410741 and 524240), 57 cell and legacy mineral claims (located under the Mineral Tenure Act (British Columbia) and regulations relating thereto) and 1 surface rights license, collectively covering 32,610 hectares (80,580 acres). Other Mineral Properties Orion Project The Orion project is a joint venture between AuRico and Minera Frisco S.A. de C.V. (Minera Frisco) that was formed in 2012 when AuRico sold the Ocampo mine to Minera Frisco. Reserves As of December 31, 2014, the company’s total proven and probable gold mineral reserves were 6.3 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.
alamos gold inc-class a (AGI:Toronto)
130 Adelaide Street West
Toronto, ON M5H 3P5
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