Abandoned Mine Inventory System for Ontario

Ministry of Energy, Northern Development and Mines - (November 15, 2018)


Abandoned Mine Identifier: 08315

General Information

Official Name: Mondoux
Alias Names: Peerless
Site Classification: C
Primary Commodity: Gold
Long Name: 2017580053200
Date Mine Opened:
Date Mine Closed:
Mine Closure Reason: Ceasing Production - Other
Mine Closure Plan Exists: NO
Progressive Rehabilitation Plan Exists: NO
Mine Plans on File?: YES
Legal Jurisdiction: Mining Act
Date Record Last Modified: 22-MAR-2006

Location Information

Township or Area: Mcelroy
District: Kirkland Lake
Longitude (dd): -79.87665     Latitude (dd): 48.04459
UTM Zone: 17     Easting: 583724     Northing: 5321867
Operational Access Description: Side Road

Hazard Feature Information
Mine Feature Hazard Status Condition UTM Zone Easting Northing
Shaft - 1 Compartment - Vertical Shaft Active 2000 Assessment; Area Of Second Shaft Is Recently Disturbed With Coarse Muck All Around Road And In Line With Foundations; Shaft Was Filled When Adams Mine Built Tailings Dam And Trucked In A Lot Of Crushed Rock. 17 583694 5321736
Open Pit Not A Hazard Pit Blasted In Outcrop, 2m Down From Surface To Water Level. Water 1m Deep 17 583724 5321867
Lateral Workings Not Available Not Reported In The Year 2000 Survey. 17 583694 5321736
Lateral Workings Not Available This Feature Was Not Reported In The Year 2000 Survey. 17 583694 5321736
Lateral Workings Not Available This Feature Was Not Reported In The Year 2000 Assessment; 17 583694 5321736

Additional Information

Background Information: Access; Proceed From The Junction Of Hwys 112 And 650 (adams Mine Road) East On 650 Through The Village Of Dane To Adams Mine, Taking Right On Mine Property At 5.8km. Follow Dirt Road East At 2.6km Keeping Left. Travel Another 3.7km Se To A Right Turn, And Continue 2.2km Sw To Second Tailings Dam. The Site Is Sw Of Dam At Top Of Hill. Occurrence; 77m Shaft With Development On 3 Levels.; 3 Miles Nw. Of Cathroy Larder Mine; Pitting & Trenching; Sw1/4; Year 2000: Pit Blasted In Outcrop, 2m Down From Surface To Water Level, Water 1m Deep; Hoist Foundation Found; Area Of Second Shaft Is Recently Disturbed With Coarse Muck All Around Road And In Line With Foundations; Shaft Was Filled When Adams Mine Built Tailings Dam And Trucked In A Lot Of Crushed Rock.

Mineral Deposit Identifier: MDI32D04SW00251


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Ministry Contact Information

Abandoned Mines Program
Willet Green Miller Center - Level B6
933 Ramsey Lake Road
Sudbury ON P3E 6B5
Chantal Frescura
Email: chantal.frescura@ontario.ca
Phone: 705-670-5937

Mine Hazards Technical Specialist
Abandoned Mines Info and AMIS Database

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