Agnico Eagle’s mines set another gold production record in 2013 and generated almost $1 billion of gross mine profit. In 2014, we expect to produce approximately 1,400,000 ounces of gold.

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Operating Mines

​Northern Operations

LaRonde

Flagship mine in the Abitibi region of northwestern Quebec, with one of the largest gold reserves of any operating mine in Canada.
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Canadian Malartic

In June 2014 Agnico Eagle acquired a 50% interest in Canadian Malartic, one of Canada’s largest gold mines, located between the LaRonde and Goldex mines.
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Lapa

Located near LaRonde, it is Agnico Eagle’s highest grade mine, with gold grades almost twice as rich as the company’s average.
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Goldex

The Goldex mine and processing plant are located in Val d'Or, Quebec. Commercial production from the M and E zones commenced in October 2013.
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Meadowbank

Open-pit gold mine in the Nunavut Territory of Canada, Agnico Eagle’s first Low Arctic mine and our largest gold producer.
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Kittila

Underground mine in northern Finland is extracting one of the largest known gold deposits in Europe.
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​Southern Operations

Pinos Altos

Open-pit and underground mining operation in northern Mexico, with a growing production base.
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La India

Open-pit mine and heap leach operation in northern Mexico, Agnico Eagle’s newest mine.
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​Operations Strategy

Our Strategy

Our primary objective is to build a high-quality business focused on solid execution that drives growth in cash flow per share. Our strategy has been consistent for many years — to minimize financial and political risk while using our broad range of technical skills and experience to build long-life, manageable operations in recognized mining regions. This strategy has worked well for us and our owners over our 57 years, and we see no need to change our approach.
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2014 Production Forecast

Gold (ounces) 1,400,000
Silver (thousands of ounces) 3,200
Zinc (tonnes) 7,800
Copper (tonnes) 5,100
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Reserves and Resources

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