Alamos Gold is a Canadian multinational gold producer, headquartered in Toronto, Canada. Alamos operates three mines across North America, and has six further projects in development.
Alamos Gold is engaged in the mining and extraction of, and exploration for, precious metals, primarily gold. Alamos owns and operates three mines, including the Young-Davidson Mine and the Island Gold Mine in Ontario, Canada and the Mulatos Mine in Sonora, Mexico. In 2019, the Young-Davidson mine produced 188,000 ounces of gold, the Island Gold mine produced 150,400 ounces of gold, and Mulatos mine produced 142,000 ounces of gold. In addition, the former El Chanate mine in Sonora, Mexico produced 14,100 ounces of gold. Alamos' total gold production in 2019 was 494,500 ounces. Alamos also owns several development-stage projects: the Lynn Lake Gold Project in Lynn Lake, Manitoba, the Kirazl?, the A?? Da??, and Çamyurt Projects in the Biga district of northwestern Turkey, the Esperanza Gold Project in Morelos, Mexico, and the Quartz Mountain Property in Oregon, United States.
The company has been recognized for achieving best-in-class environmental, social and corporate governance ratings.
Alamos is listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange and the New York Stock Exchange, both under the ticker "AGI", and is a component of the S&P/TSX Composite Index.