The Kiena Mine is located in the highly prospective Val d’Or, Quebec gold camp. The Kiena Deep A Zone, discovered in 2016 is located within the mines existing infrastructure, including a 930 metre deep shaft and 2,000 tonne per day mill, and is fully permitted. After successful completion of a PFS study, a restart of operations was announced on May 26, 2021.

Located on prospective Abitibi Greenstone Belt


Commercial production declared December 1, 2022

Successful ramp development in 2023 will potentially allow Kiena to achieve production levels in line with the 2021 PFS

Significant upside to current reserve and resources

Paste fill plant and development rates performing above expectations

Kiena Overview
Location Val D'or, Quebec
Stage Production
Type Underground
Deposit Gold
Ownership 100%
Mill Nameplate Capacity 2,040 tpd
Life of Mine 7 Years (PFS)
2024 Guidance 80,000 to 90,000oz
Head grade 12.0 - 13.5 g/t
2P Reserves 731,000oz at 11.03g/t
M + I Resources 81,000oz at 4.8g/t
Inferred 579,000 at 5.6g/t
Gold Production Kiena 80,000 to 90,000oz
Head Grade (g/t Au) Kiena 12.0 - 13.5 g/t
IRR 98%
Average annual gold production 84,000 ounces of gold per year
Mine life 7 years (Oct 31, 2020 resource update)
LOM average cash costs $502 (US$308/oz)
All-in Sustaining Costs $894 (US$676/oz)
Tailings Wet Deposition
Average Annual FCF (2022-2027) $85.5 million at US$1,600/oz
Life of mine capital $230 million fully funded
After-tax NPV5% $367 million at US$1,600 per ounce gold

Exploration Potential

Two geological maps, displaying parallel drill zones and drill results. Call out text reads; A-zone and VC zone continues to suggest robust upside to current resource inventory. Below map titled Parallel Zones. To the right map titled Open to Depth – Transition to High Grade