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  1. Tundra Mine is a former gold mine, located 240 kilometres northeast of Yellowknife.
  2. Tundra Mine - a gold mine that stopped production in 1968 and is now undergoing environmental cleanup.

Tundra Mine

  1. During the 1990's, Royal Oak Mines reopened the Tundra Mine, which ultimately produced 122,000 ounces of gold. (Web site)
  2. Tundra Mine, which produced gold between 1964-68, Salmita Mine, a gold producer between 1983 and 1987, and Noranda Mine whose deposits were not mined.
  3. Contaminated Sites in the Northwest Territories Tundra Mine is a former gold mine, located 240 kilometres northeast of Yellowknife. (Web site)


  1. They used the old camp and milling plant of the abandoned Tundra Mine, located a few kilometers to the south. (Web site)
  2. Only the Tundra mine and mill site have remained to this day.
  3. Luckily for the developers of Tundra Mine, the Matthews Lake ore deposit was found to be 99% free-milling.
  4. The Bulldog Operation This operation predated the development of the Tundra Mine by about five years. (Web site)


  1. Total reported production from the Tundra Mine was 122,000 ounces of gold.
  2. Placer gold can be panned with water, but lode gold requires operations like Tundra Mine.
  3. Further exploration in the area eventually led to putting the nearby Tundra Mine into production in 1964. (Web site)
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