Detour Gold expects to resume work after repairs at Ontario plant
Processing plant near Corchrane, Ont., temporarily shut down Dec. 17 due to mechanical issues
TORONTO—Detour Gold Corp. said it has finished repairs at its processing plant in northern Ontario and expects to resume operations Jan. 2.
The gold miner said it hopes to operate at a rate of 50,000 tonnes per day within a week of the restart.
Detour Gold owns the Detour Lake mine, about 185 kilometres northeast of Corchrane, Ont.
The processing plant was shut down on Dec. 17 due to mechanical issues.