Canadian Mining Journal

Kinross Gold Corporation

  • News

    Barrick slides on management changes

    June 7, 2012 by Canadian Mining Journal Editor

    Barrick Gold took a mild beating after it named a new chief executive in a move to bolster its share price, leaving some analysts wondering if turbulent waters lie ahead for the miner.

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    Kinross unloads stake in Crixas for US$220 million

    May 30, 2012 by Canadian Mining Journal Editor

    VANCOUVER — Canada’s third-largest gold producer Kinross Gold has divested its 50% stake in the Crixas gold operation in central Brazil to South African partner AngloGold Ashanti in a cash deal worth US$220 million.

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    Gold bounces back on demand fundamentals

    May 22, 2012 by Canadian Mining Journal Editor

    VANCOUVER — The World Gold Council (WGC) released its first quarter 2012 Gold Demand Trends Report heading into the May long weekend, citing increased investment and jewellery demand in China, the rise of exchange traded funds (ETFs), and…

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    FUNDING: Kinross supports professorship in mining health and safety at Queens University

    March 12, 2012 by Canadian Mining Journal Editor

    TORONTO – Kinross Gold has announced its continuing support for a professorship at Queen’s University. The chair that the company established five years ago in mining and sustainability has been renamed the Kinross Professorship in…

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    Snags at year-end for gold miners

    February 16, 2012 by Canadian Mining Journal Editor

    As they release their year-end numbers, Canadian gold miners are for the most part taking advantage of the strong gold price. The average price per ounce in 2011 was $1,571.52 allowing records to be set for revenues, ounces produced, cash flows…

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    AWARD: Kinross one of 10 most admired corporations

    November 17, 2011 by Canadian Mining Journal Editor

    TORONTO – Kinross Gold has been named on the 10 Most Admired Corporate Cultures in Canada by Waterstone Human Capital, a professional recruitment firm. The 10 Most Admired program recognizes leading Canadian organizations for having a culture…

  • ENVIRONMENT: Over 100 companies sign Cyanide Code

    October 6, 2011 by Canadian Mining Journal Editor

    WASHINGTON, DC – The International Cyanide Management Institute marks a major milestone this month – over 100 companies have signed up and pledged to abide by the voluntary code of practice.

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    Financial support for next generation

    August 17, 2011 by Canadian Mining Journal Editor

    Toronto-based mining giant Kinross Gold Corporation has announced that it is providing approximately US$1 million in funding for a three-year endowment that will provide advanced training to mining engineering students at the University of…

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    It’s great time to be a gold miner

    August 11, 2011 by Canadian Mining Journal Editor

    The summer of 2011 is a wonderful time to be a gold miner. The price burst above US$1,800 an ounce on Aug 10, but has since fallen back a bit. Don’t worry. It will rise again given the background of global economic uncertainty.

  • Feature

    Barrick Leads Top 40 List

    August 1, 2011 by Marilyn Scales

    The numbers have been crunched, the results tabulated, and CMJ is proud to announce this year’s top Canadian mining company is the world’s biggest gold producer, Barrick Gold. Thanks in part to the historic high price of gold, the company had…

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    PUMPS: More uptime for slurry movement

    July 20, 2011 by Canadian Mining Journal Editor

    GROVETOWN, Georgia – Slurry pump specialist GIW Industries says it recently helped Toronto-based Kinross Gold improve efficiencies at its Fort Know project in Fairbanks, AK. The installation of a GIW MDX slurry pump nearly doubled the wear life…

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    CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: Kinross supports economic chair at Moscow school

    July 6, 2011 by Canadian Mining Journal Editor

    TORONTO – Kinross Gold announced on July 6, 2011, that it will support a professorship in development economics at the New Economic School in Moscow, Russia. The company has committed $300,000 over the next three years.