Moose River gold mine
The Moose River consolidated project comprises phase I operation and phase II expansion project. Phase I includes the Touquoy mine and then transitions to the Beaver Dam mine. Phase II expansion project consists of the Fifteen Mile Stream and Cochrane Hill deposits. The Touquoy property is located 60km northeast of Halifax and can be accessed throughout the year. The consolidated project is planned as a number of open pits utilising conventional mining methods. The Touquoy plant will have a capacity of 2Mt/a and comprise a gravity concentration and carbon-in-leach (CIL) circuit. Two stand-alone 2Mt/a capacity mills are proposed for Fifteen Miles Stream and Cochrane Hill, producing gold concentrate through centrifugal gravity separation and flotation circuits before being transported to the Touquoy processing plant.