Located in the Town of Malartic, in the heart of Québec’s Abitibi Gold Belt, we are one of Canada’s largest operating open-pit gold mines. With its Barnat open pit, the Canadian Malartic Mine will continue to operate until 2029.
Developing the Barnat gold deposit, which is an extension of the current pit, is the result of the Malartic Extension Project. Started in 2017, this project first consisted of the construction of a 4-kilometre or so deviation of Route 117 to the east of the Town of Malartic. The deviation was opened to traffic in the fall of 2019 allowing the pre-commercial production of the Barnat pit.
24 HOURS A DAY, 7 DAYS A WEEK
CMM POURED ITS SIX MILLIONTH OUNCE OF GOLD IN DECEMBER 2021!
INCLUDING ODYSSEY MINE
MORE THAN 700 CMM EMPLOYEES AND MORE THAN 860 CONTRACTOR EMPLOYEES
PROVEN AND PROBABLE RESERVES AT DECEMBER 31, 2022
The Canadian Malartic Mine has introduced numerous measures to reduce the potential impact of its operations, including:
We can completely shut down equipment when dust levels approach the levels permitted by the air quality standard or when noise levels approach the noise limits indicated in municipal by-laws and the Environmental Quality Act. Equipment was down for more than 11 400 hours in 2022.
In 2022, the Canadian Malartic Mine fully complied with Québec standards governing air* quality, water quality, and noise. Furthermore, compliance with blasting standards was 99.7%.
* Pursuant to the Clean Air Regulation. From May 8, 2015, to December 31, 2022.
When mining ceases, we plan to, among other things: