Osisko Mining Inc is a gold-focused company engaged in acquiring, exploring, and developing properties in Canada.
The mineral exploration company has significant focus on three projects:
The Windfall property
The company owns 100 per cent interest in the project, covering 12523 hectares area. The project lies in the Urban Township, Abitibi greenstone belt area in Quebec province, Canada.
It is located approximately 7700 kilometers from the north of Montreal, 115 kilometers to the east of Lebel-Sur-Quevillon and roughly 200 kilometers to the northeast of Val-d’Or.
The Urban Barry properties
It is another Canadian-centric project wholly owned by the firm. It is also located around 700 kilometers to the Montreal's northwest and 100 kilometers to the east of Lebel-Sur-Quevillon’s municipality, in the Urban Township, in Quebec’s Eeyou Istchee James Bay region.
Spread in 1000-square kilometers of area, the company has 100 per cent ownership interest in the Urban Barry. The mining site consists of various mineral rights and claims and gold targets such as Black Dog, Fox SW and Nubar showings.
Quevillon is the third 100 per cent owned property in Osisko Mining's portfolio. The 150,160-hectare property consists of various gold targets and the Osborne-Bell gold deposit.
The deposit consists of significant traces of gold, silver, lead and zinc and features various types of mineralization and base metals.
The Canadian mining company claims to provide a safe workplace for employees and workers. In addition, it reportedly identifies various hazards and risks attached to the mining business and addresses them in time.
The mineral exploration company claims to provide training and development programs for its local workforce.
The company reportedly evolved a risk assessment approach to manage and mitigate work-related risks and accidents. As of 2021, the company claims to have actively brought down the injury frequency rate of employees and contractors to 5.69 per cent with zero fatalities.
In collaboration with the Cree Nation government, the company reportedly worked at its Windfall site to tackle and prevent the spread of novel coronavirus.
The mining firm’s stock, under the symbol ‘OSK’, trade on the Toronto Stock Exchange.