January 18, 2018

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Feasibility study finds Lynn Lake glitters with gold

Positive results for precious metal play

<p>Closed mines have caused parts of the town of Lynn Lake, Manitoba to look like a ghost town. Once, in it's boom years, the population was over 4,000. Those heady days may be returning based on the results of a feasibility study for Alamos Gold Inc. of Toronto, released Thursday. The study estimates two open-pit mines near the northern Manitoba town could yield 1.6 million ounces of gold.</p></p>

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Closed mines have caused parts of the town of Lynn Lake, Manitoba to look like a ghost town. Once, in it's boom years, the population was over 4,000. Those heady days may be returning based on the results of a feasibility study for Alamos Gold Inc. of Toronto, released Thursday. The study estimates two open-pit mines near the northern Manitoba town could yield 1.6 million ounces of gold.

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