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tle River — Buckhorn, Washington State, United States The company owns a 100% interest in the Buckhorn Mine following its acquisition of Crown Resources Corporation (Crown). Crown is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Kinross and is the operator of the Buckhorn Mine. Echo Bay Minerals Company (Echo Bay) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Kinross and is the operator of the Kettle River Mill. Both Crown and Echo Bay also hold mineral properties in northern Washington State. The Buckhorn Mine is located in the Myers Creek Mining District of northeastern Okanogan County, Washington, approximately 77 kilometres by road from the town of Republic, Washington. The company controls mineral and surface rights covering approximately 190 hectares in the immediate mine area, through ownership of patented mining claims, and has access to an additional 5,300 hectares of mineral rights surrounding the mine through ownership or lease of unpatented mining claims, state mineral prospecting leases, and private mineral leases. Lobo-Marte, Chile The Lobo-Marte project is owned by Minera Lobo Marte Limitada, a Chilean company, which is 100% owned by Kinross. The company holds a 100% interest in the Lobo-Marte project, having acquired a 40% interest in the project from Anglo American Plc (Anglo) and the remaining 60% interest from Teck Cominco Limited (Teck). The Lobo-Marte project comprises two open-pit minable gold ore deposits, located approximately 7 kilometres apart, in Region III of Northern Chile, approximately 650 kilometres north of Santiago and 100 kilometres east of Copiapó. The Lobo-Marte project includes 102 concessions that are either granted (36) or in the process of receiving a final registered grant (66) covering a total of 44,414 hectares in a single contiguous block. Cerro Casale, Chile The company holds a 25% interest. The Cerro Casale project is located in the Maricunga District of Region III of northern Chile. The Cerro Casale project is owned by Compañía Minera Casale (CMC), a contractual mining company formed under the laws of the Republic of Chile. CMC owns 340 claim groups containing 11,799 exploitation claims and totalling 66,095 hectares. The Cerro Casale deposit is located in the Aldebarán sub-district of the Maricunga Volcanic Belt. The Maricunga Volcanic Belt is made up of a series of coalescing composite, Miocene andesitic to rhyolitic volcanic centres that extend for 200 kilometres along the western crest of the Andes. The volcanic rocks are host to multiple epithermal gold and porphyry-hosted gold-copper deposits, including Cerro Casale, Maricunga, Lobo Marte and La Coipa, as well as various other smaller mineral prospects. The Round Mountain mine operates a conventional open pit that is approximately 10,700 feet long in the north-west, south-east direction and 8,800 feet wide. La Coipa, Chile The company owns a 100% interest in the La Coipa mine. The La Coipa mine, located approximately 1,000 kilometres north of Santiago in Copiapo Province, consists of six deposits (notable deposits being Ladera-Farellon, Coipa Norte, Brecha Norte, Can Can, Chimberos and Puren), which are operated by Compania Minera Mantos de Oro (MDO), a Chilean subsidiary of Kinross, except for Puren which is operated through a joint venture between MDO and Codelco-Chile, with participation interests of 65% and 35%, respectively. The La Coipa mine consists of approximately 7,500 hectares of mineral claims. In addition, the company holds a 50% interest in Minera La Coipa which has claims covering approximately 7,294 hectares in the area surrounding the La Coipa mine. In 2013 La Coipa operated at two pits (Ladera-Farellon and Can Can). Kettle River — Buckhorn, Washington State, United States The company owns a 100% interest in the Buckhorn Mine. Crown is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Kinross and is the operator of the Buckhorn Mine. Echo Bay Minerals Company (Echo Bay) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Kinross and is the operator of the Kettle River Mill. Both Crown and Echo Bay also hold mineral properties in northern Washington State. The company controls mineral and surface rights covering approximately 190 hec

 

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