Alamos Gold wins sustainability award
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(Kitco News) - Alamost Gold (NYSE:AGI) said today that it was awarded Best Corporate Social Responsibility Practice 2019 by the Mexican Center for Philanthropy (Cemefi), the Alliance for Corporate Social Responsibility in Mexico (AliaRSE), and Forum Empresa.
The award highlighted Alamos Gold's voluntary relocation of residents from Mulatos to Matarachi. The Mexican miner also built 21 new homes, a new school, church and medical clinic.
"We are honored to be receiving this Award for our commitment and leadership in corporate social responsibility in Mexico. As a company, sustainability and corporate social responsibility are core values which are incorporated into activities at all our operations," said John A. McCluskey, President and CEO.
Alamos Gold is a Canadian-based intermediate gold producer.