Here are the five largest zinc mines by production in Canada, according to GlobalData’s mining database.
1. Lalor Mine
The Lalor Mine is a underground mine located in Manitoba. It is owned by Hudbay Minerals and produced an estimated 73.858 Thousand tonnes of zinc in 2020. The mine will operate until 2028.
2. 777 Mine
Located in Manitoba, the 777 Mine is owned by Hudbay Minerals. The underground mine produced an estimated 44.272 Thousand tonnes of zinc in 2020. The mine will operate until 2022.
3. Caribou Zinc-Lead-Silver Mine
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The Caribou Zinc-Lead-Silver Mine is located in New Brunswick. It is owned by Trevali Mining and produced an estimated 27.58 Thousand tonnes of zinc in 2020. The mine will operate until 2024.
4. Kidd Creek Mine
The Kidd Creek Mine, owned by Glencore Plc, is an underground mine located in Ontario. The mine produced an estimated 27.359 Thousand tonnes of zinc in 2020. The mine will operate until 2023.
5. Langlois Mine
Owned by Nyrstar, the Langlois Mine is an underground mine located in Quebec. It produced an estimated 22.83 Thousand tonnes of zinc in 2020. The mine will operate until 2023.
This information is drawn from GlobalData’s mines and projects database, which tracks all operating and developing mines and projects globally. Verdict’s parent company GlobalData provides business information to 4,000 of the world’s largest companies.