Osisko Mining Corporation is a mine developer based in Montréal, Québec, Canada, with a published NI 43-101 compliant positive feasibility study for an open pit operation that will produce 591,000 ounces of gold per year over a ten-year mine life. The study revealed operating costs of US$319 per ounce, ranking it in the lowest cost quartile among global gold producers.
Osisko Mining Corporation holds a 100% interest in the Canadian Malartic gold deposit in Quebec, Canada, one of the world's best mining jurisdictions. Canadian Malartic is one of the world's largest undeveloped resources wholly owned by a junior explorer, and is located in a mining district near extensive existing infrastructure.
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