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Tahoe Resources’ new Lake Shore Gold Division includes the Timmins West Mine, the Bell Creek Mine and Mill and several additional properties.

The ink was barely dry on the deal to combine Tahoe Resources with Lake Shore Gold Corp. when company officials outlined plans to boost gold production in Timmins.Tony Makuch, president of Tahoe’s Canadian operations, ... more >>

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