This, the company said, was expected to be enough for it to meet its second-half production guidance of between 200,000-220,000 ounces of gold.
Pretium said Brucejack produced 92,641oz of gold in the three-month period, up from 82,200oz in the same prior-year period.
The company reported fewer tonnes passing through the mill at 240,122 metric tonnes, from 261,262t a year earlier thanks to an 18% improved grade at 12.4 grams per tonne, as well as slightly higher gold recovery at 97.4%.
"We added C$48 million to our cash on hand during the third quarter, and are focused on sustaining long-term profitability," CEO Joseph Ovsenek said.
Pretium planned to report its operating and financial results on November 8.
The company closed 11.08% in the red Tuesday at a new 12-month low of C$9.39 a share, which gave the company a market capitalisation of about C$1.72 billion.