NOVA SCOTIA – Atlantic Gold Corp. of Vancouver says the first ore from the Moose River Consolidated (MRC) mine in Halifax county has been fed to the new mill. The run-of-mine stockpile remains at about 60,000 tonnes.
The mill at the Moose River Consolidated project in Nova Scotia. (Credit: Atlantic Gold)
The company says that no significant issues have been uncovered during commissioning, and the first gold pour is expected by the end of this month.
Using a cut-off of 0.4 g/t gold, the MRC mine has proven and probable reserves of 16.45 million tonnes grading 1.44 g/t gold and containing 760,000 oz. of recoverable gold. Total all-in sustaining costs are expected to be $690 per oz.
Complete information about the Moose River Consolidated project is posted at www.AtlanticGoldCorporation.com.