Agnico At-a-Glance

Agnico Eagle is a senior Canadian gold mining company that has produced precious metals since 1957. Our eight mines are located in Canada, Finland and Mexico, with exploration and development activities in each of these regions, as well as in the United States and Sweden.

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1. Meadowbank
Open pit mine in Nunavut Territory, northern Canada.
2017 payable production: 352,526 ounces of gold

2. Lapa
Underground mine in Abitibi region, Quebec that is expected to end in 2018; ore being stockpiled for processing in 2018.
2017 payable production: 48,613 ounces of gold

3. LaRonde Complex
Underground mine in Abitibi region, Quebec.
2017 payable production: 349,385 ounces of gold

4. Goldex
Underground mine in Abitibi region, Quebec.
2017 payable production: 118,947 ounces of gold

5. Canadian Malartic (50%)
Is an open pit mine in Abitibi region, Quebec.
2017 payable production: 316,731 ounces of gold (on a 50% basis)

6. La India
Open pit mine with heap leach operation in Mulatos Gold Belt.
2017 payable production: 101,150 ounces of gold

7. Pinos Altos
Open pit and underground mine with milling and heap leach operation in northern Mexico (gold, silver by-product).
2017 payable production including Creston Mascota: 229,243

8. Kittila
Underground mine, northern Finland.
2017 payable production: 196,938 ounces of gold

1. Amaruq
Satellite gold deposit 64 km north of the Meadowbank mine. Gold mine project in Nunavut Territory, northern Canada.

2. Meliadine
Gold mine project in Nunavut Territory, northern Canada.

1. Akasaba West
Gold-copper project less than 30 kilometres east-southeast from the Goldex mine. Permitting and technical studies are underway.

2. El Barqueño
Early-stage gold/silver project located in Jalisco State, Mexico.

3. Barsele (55%)
Gold project located in Northern Sweden 50 km southeast of our Kittila mine in Northern Finland.

1. Cobalt Coleman Properties
Located in Cobalt, Ontario.
Mining activities ceased in 1989; The Company is now working with local stakeholders and government authorities on rehabilitation activities in this historical mining area.

2. Eagle & Telbel
Joutel, Quebec, Canada
Mining activities ceased in 1993. Infrastructure areas have been rehabilitated and revegetated.

Exploration Offices

  • Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
  • Chihuahua and Hermosillo, Mexico
  • Kittila, Lapland, Finland
  • Barsele, Sweden
  • Reno, Nevada, USA
  • Val-d’Or, Quebec, Canada

Administration and Support Offices

  • Chihuahua and Hermosillo, Mexico
  • Espoo, Finland
  • Tucson, Arizona, USA
  • Preissac and Val-d’Or, Quebec, Canada
  • Toronto, Ontario, Canada

*For a detailed description of the Company’s mineral reserves and mineral resources, please see the Company’s news release dated February 14, 2018.