Red Lake Gold District, Kenora District, Ontario, Canada
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|Latitude & Longitude (WGS84):||51° 0' 59'' North , 93° 49' 45'' West|
|Latitude & Longitude (decimal):||51.0163888889, -93.8291666667|
Red Lake, Ontario, is an historic gold mining centre.
The region has produced more than 22 Moz of Au to date from four principal mines: Campbell Mine (Placer Dome), Red Lake Mine (Goldcorp), Cochenour-Willans Mine (Goldcorp), and the Madsen Mine (Claude Resources)
Two of these mines are still (2008) in operation, the Campbell Mine and the Red Lake Mine.
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34 valid minerals.
Localities in this Region
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Guoxiang Chi, Dubé, B., Williamson, K., and Williams-Jones, A.E. (2006): Formation of the Campbell-Red Lake gold deposit by H2O-poor, CO2-dominated fluids. Mineralium Deposita 40, 726-741.