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    Fort Knox, Alaska
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    Toronto, Ontario
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    Kettle River-Buckhorn, Washington
    27
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    Round Mountain, Nevada
  • 29
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    Bald Mountain, Nevada
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    Maricunga, Chile
    24
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    Paracatu, Brazil
    33
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    08/20, 1:28am
    Mauritania, West Africa
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    08/20, 1:28am
    Chirano, Ghana
    14
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    Moscow, Russia
    18
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    Magadan, Russia
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    Kupol, Russia
    22
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    Las Palmas, Spain
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    Belo Horizonte, Brazil
6.23
-0.11 (-1.73%)
TSX:K
4.69
-0.09 (-1.88%)
NYSE:KGC
1500.4
-12.1 (-0.8%)
GOLD
  • 14
    °C
    08/19, 5:28pm
    Fort Knox, Alaska
    24
    °C
    08/19, 9:28pm
    Toronto, Ontario
    29
    °C
    08/19, 6:28pm
    Kettle River-Buckhorn, Washington
    27
    °C
    08/19, 6:28pm
    Round Mountain, Nevada
  • 29
    °C
    08/19, 6:28pm
    Bald Mountain, Nevada
    13
    °C
    08/19, 11:28pm
    Maricunga, Chile
    24
    °C
    08/19, 10:28pm
    Paracatu, Brazil
    33
    °C
    08/20, 1:28am
    Mauritania, West Africa
  • 25
    °C
    08/20, 1:28am
    Chirano, Ghana
    14
    °C
    08/20, 4:28am
    Moscow, Russia
    18
    °C
    08/20, 11:28am
    Magadan, Russia
    15
    °C
    08/20, 11:28am
    Kupol, Russia
    22
    °C
    08/20, 2:28am
    Las Palmas, Spain
    21
    °C
    08/19, 10:28pm
    Belo Horizonte, Brazil

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Team Kinross Plays Volleyball in Support of Cancer Research

Fourteen Kinross employees, family and friends raised over $2,000 playing volleyball in support of children’s cancer research in July. Heatwave for SickKids is Toronto’s largest beach volleyball event, with over 3,500 players participating in the two-day charitable event. Team Kinross split into two teams: the Saturday team placed 2nd and the Sunday team placed 8th.

This year marked the 20th anniversary of the Heatwave for SickKids Beach Volleyball Corporate Challenge.

The Kinross Saturday team (from left to right): Adam Bredlo, Heather Baynes, Matthew Wheeler, Ed Opitz, Sandra Aguirre, and Stephen Tang.

The Kinross Sunday team (from left to right): Jim Reekie, Joanne Horn, Brandon Shamess, Rhett Nussey, Grace Fontes, Kar Ng, and Ben Gibbons.  

 
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