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June 16, 2014
08:29 EDTASMAvino Silver & Gold Mines reopening update
Avino Silver & Gold Mines reports that the dewatering operation of the Avino mine was completed as of May 28. This operation was initiated on November 24, 2012 for a total of 482 days. During this period, a total of 1.013M cubic metres of acidic water were pumped and treated for the removal of base metals using lime. The treated water, which met agricultural standards for discharge was used for mill processes and the excess was gravity fed to the company built La Caricol dam; sludge from the water treatment was disposed of in the tailings storage facility.
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July 20, 2015
08:13 EDTASMAvino Silver & Gold Mines reports new mineralization in San Gonzalo Mine
Avino Silver & Gold Mines announces further sampling results from development of levels three through seven of the San Gonzalo Mine located on the Avino property, 80 km northeast of Durango, Mexico. Drift development on mine levels 3 through 7 has identified new mineralization of similar widths, metal content and quality to that currently being mined. "We are pleased to report that these results confirm the continuity of new mineralization on strike both to the east and west of the existing mine workings. The areas outlined in this release are outside of the zones defined in the 2013 Technical Report on the Avino Property and are considered new. We plan to continue exploration and advancement on strike in both directions. The discovery of the new zones outlined in this release can be attributed to exploration drifting on level 5, we are re-examining the continuity of this mineralization on levels 3, 4, 6 and 6.5 by driving exploratory raises to determine if the results from the drift on level 5 to the east remains consistent on these levels as well. I would like to thank our team in Mexico for making our operations a continued success." said the company.

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