White, Lane
May 2002
Engineering & Mining Journal (00958948);May2002, Vol. 203 Issue 5, p18
Trade Publication
Part I. Discusses the growth of Canada's gold mining industry. Consolidation of mining companies through mergers and acquisitions; Amount of gold and silver produced by the Eskay Creek mine in 2001; Profitability of the hedging program of Barrick Gold Corp.; Echo Bay Mines' ownership of the Lupin gold mine in Nunavut; Gold production of Inmet Mining's Troilus gold mine in northern Quebec.


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