Brucejack gold mine

The Brucejack Mine is a high-grade gold underground mine located in northwestern British Columbia, approximately 65 kilometers north of Stewart.

Brucejack is third largest gold mine in Canada.

A year-round, all-weather access road connects the mine to Highway 37. The mine’s operations and camps are fully grid-powered, with diesel backup available. The mine began commercial operation in July 2017.

Mine Type‎: ‎

Underground

Deposit Type:

Porphyry-related transitional to intermediate sulfidation Au-Ag epithermal deposit

Ownership:

100% – Pretium Resources

Mining Method‎: ‎

Long-hole stoping using a combination of longitudinal and transverse mining

Processing Method(s):

Gravity Separation; Smelting; Flotation

Mine Life‎:

14 years

Production:

354 kozt in 2019

AISC (2019):

$888/oz Au

Reserves / Resources (April 2019):

6,400 kozt – P&P; 11,500 – MI&I

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