May 22 (Reuters) - Osisko Mining Corp said its Canadian Malartic mill returned to full operation after fire disrupted the gold-processing facility and expects minimal impact on production during final repairs.
The company said in early May a fire had disrupted operations at its mill in the province of Quebec and estimated it would take two to three weeks to get the gold-processing facility up and running again.
Equipment and building damage from the fire is estimated to be between $6 million and $8 million, the company said in a statement.
Osisko said permanent repairs of the damage will continue over the next three to four months.
Osisko’s shares were down 2 percent at C$6.89 on Tuesday on the Toronto Stock Exchange.