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Project Canadian Malartic

301 Norrie St, Malartic, Quebec, Canada
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Big in the city

An openpit mine next to the city. You can go see the facilities on a guided tour. And you can now... read more

Reviewed September 10, 2012
brobit
VERY WELL PRESENTED, VERY EDUCATIONAL

Project Canadian Malartic had two sections. The Malartic Mine Museum and the new Osisko Mining... read more

Reviewed August 17, 2011
gismou
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Kingston, Canada
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Sep 10, 2012
“Big in the city”
Aug 17, 2011
“VERY WELL PRESENTED, VERY EDUCATIONAL”
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301 Norrie St, Malartic, Quebec, Canada
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Reviewed September 10, 2012

An openpit mine next to the city. You can go see the facilities on a guided tour. And you can now go up the belvedaire and see the project from above. Nice view.

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Reviewed August 17, 2011

Project Canadian Malartic had two sections. The Malartic Mine Museum and the new Osisko Mining Complex. Very educational, they let you have first hand on how mining was started and we can now take bus tours to actually go on the site to see how...More

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