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Kirkland sets for more growth after bumper year

Boom Canadian gold miner Kirkland Lake Gold (TSX: KL) has set itself for further production growth, and possibly more M&A, in 2018 after a 35% boost in full-year gold output to 575,523oz in 2017, at high margins, left it debt free and with a US$230 million cash pile. The company’s shares were down marginally in Toronto today but have more than doubled in price in the past year on the back of high-grade reserve and production growth at its flagship mines in Australia and Canada.

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Fosterville gold plant in Victoria, Australia

Kirkland CEO Tony Makuch said the company remained focused on "generating shareholder returns through continued operational effectiveness, strong financial performance and disciplined investment...