Hecla Mining Company (NYSE:HL) will host an Investor Day in Toronto on Thursday, October 20, and in New York on Friday, October 21. Presentations will be made by the company’s senior management, and topics will include operations, innovation and exploration.

There will be a live, listen-only webcast of the Toronto presentation beginning at 11 a.m. Eastern Time on October 20. The URL link for the webcast is http://cdn.digitalservices.online/HeclaMining2016/. The webcast will be archived for one year on the company’s website. A PDF of the presentation will also be available on the Company’s website at www.hecla-mining.com.

In celebration of the Company’s 125th anniversary, Hecla will ring the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) Closing Bell® on Friday, October 21, at 4:00 p.m. Eastern Time. A video of Hecla’s Closing Bell® ceremony will be available at https://livestream.com/NYSE/HeclaMiningCompany on Friday. Founded in 1891, Hecla Mining Company is the oldest U.S.-based mining company listed on the NYSE.

“Achieving 125 years of mining operations is a reflection of Hecla’s persistence in improving operational performance, the disciplined acquisitions we have made, and our ability to work through challenging times. As a result, we now have the most production and reserves and the brightest outlook in our history. I thank the entire Hecla team, both past and present, and all our stakeholders who have helped us reach this milestone,” said Phillips S. Baker, Jr., President and CEO.


Founded in 1891, Hecla Mining Company (NYSE:HL) is a leading low-cost U.S. silver producer with operating mines in Alaska, Idaho and Mexico, and is a growing gold producer with an operating mine in Quebec, Canada. The Company also has exploration and pre-development properties in six world-class silver and gold mining districts in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico, and an exploration office and investments in early-stage silver exploration projects in Canada.

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