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GOLD: Merger gets final court approval

TORONTO: Alamos Gold Inc. and AuRico Gold Inc. are pleased to announce that they have been granted final court approval from the Ontario Superior Court of Justice (Commercial List) to combine the two companies.



TORONTO: Alamos Gold Inc. and AuRico Gold Inc. are pleased to announce that they have been granted final court approval from the Ontario Superior Court of Justice (Commercial List) to combine the two companies.

The Arrangement is expected to close July 2, 2015, subject to applicable regulatory approvals and the satisfaction of other customary conditions.

About Alamos Gold

Alamos is an established Canadian-based gold producer that owns and operates the Mulatos Mine in Mexico, and has exploration and development activities in Mexico, Turkey and the United States.

The company employs more than 500 people. As of May 5, 2015, Alamos had 127,357,486 common shares outstanding (140,164,052 shares fully diluted), which are traded on the TSX and NYSE under the symbol “AGI”.

About AuRico Gold

AuRico Gold is a leading Canadian gold producer with mines and projects in North America that have significant production growth and exploration potential.

The Company is focused on its core operations including the cornerstone Young-Davidson gold mine in northern Ontario, and the El Chanate mine in Sonora State, Mexico. AuRico’s project pipeline also includes the advanced development Kemess Property in northern British Columbia and the Lynn Lake Gold Camp in northern Manitoba. The Company also has other exploration opportunities in Canada and Mexico. AuRico’s head office is located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.