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  • Agnico-Eagle Mines Limited Third Quarter 2011 Results
  • Forward Looking StatementsThe information in this document has been prepared as at October 26, 2011. Certain statements contained in this documentconstitute “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of the United States Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 andforward looking information under the provisions of Canadian provincial securities laws. When used in this document, the words“anticipate”, “expect”, “estimate”, “forecast”, “will”, “planned”, and similar expressions are intended to identify forward-lookingstatements or information.Such statements include without limitation: statements regarding timing and amounts of capital expenditures and other assumptions;estimates of future reserves, resources, mineral production, optimization efforts and sales; estimates of mine life; estimates of futureinternal rates of return, mining costs, cash costs, minesite costs and other expenses; estimates of future capital expenditures andother cash needs, and expectations as to the funding thereof; statements and information as to the projected development of certainore deposits, including estimates of exploration, development and production and other capital costs, and estimates of the timing ofsuch exploration, development and production or decisions with respect to such exploration, development and production; estimates ofreserves and resources, and statements and information regarding anticipated future exploration; the anticipated timing of events withrespect to the Companys minesites and statements and information regarding the sufficiency of the Companys cash resources. Suchstatements and information reflect the Companys views as at the date of this document and are subject to certain risks, uncertaintiesand assumptions, and undue reliance should not be placed on such statements and information. Many factors, known and unknowncould cause the actual results to be materially different from those expressed or implied by such forward looking statements andinformation. Such risks include, but are not limited to: the volatility of prices of gold and other metals; uncertainty of mineral reserves,mineral resources, mineral grades and mineral recovery estimates; uncertainty of future production, capital expenditures, and othercosts; currency fluctuations; financing of additional capital requirements; cost of exploration and development programs; mining risks;community protests; risks associated with foreign operations; governmental and environmental regulation; the volatility of theCompanys stock price; and risks associated with the Companys byproduct metal derivative strategies. For a more detaileddiscussion of such risks and other factors that may affect the Company’s ability to achieve the expectations set forth in the forward-looking statements contained in this document, see the Companys Annual Report on Form 20-F for the year ended December 31,2010, as well as the Companys other filings with the Canadian Securities Administrators and the U.S. Securities and ExchangeCommission. The Company does not intend, and does not assume any obligation, to update these forward-looking statements andinformation. Marc Legault, a Qualified Person and the Company’s Vice-President, Project Development, reviewed the technicalinformation disclosed herein. For a detailed breakdown of the Company’s reserve and resource position see the February 16, 2011press release on the Company’s website. That press release also lists the Qualified Persons for each project. 2
  • Note To Investors Regarding The Use Of Non-GAAP Financial Measures This document presents estimates of future "total cash cost per ounce" and "minesite cost per tonne" that are not recognized measures under United States generally accepted accounting principles ("US GAAP"). This data may not be comparable to data presented by other gold producers. These future estimates are based upon the total cash costs per ounce and minesite costs per tonne that the Company expects to incur to mine gold at the applicable projects and do not include production costs attributable to accretion expense and other asset retirement costs, which will vary over time as each project is developed and mined. It is therefore not practicable to reconcile these forward-looking non-GAAP financial measures to the most comparable GAAP measure. A reconciliation of the Companys total cash cost per ounce and minesite cost per tonne to the most comparable financial measures calculated and presented in accordance with US GAAP for the Companys historical results of operations is set forth in the notes to the financial statements included in the Companys Annual Information Form and Annual Report on Form 20-F, for the year ended December 31, 2010, as well as the Companys other filings with the Canadian Securities Administrators and the SEC.LaRonde Goldex Kittila Lapa Pinos Altos Meadowbank 3
  • Operating andFinancial Results Q3 2011
  • Q3 Highlights Good Quarterly Results Impacted By Goldex Write-down■ Record operating cash flow■ Record gold production at Pinos Altos■ Record throughput at Kittila and Meadowbank■ Goldex Operations Suspended Indefinitely 5
  • Strong Financial Position Record Cash Flows 2011 2010 2011 2010 Q3 Q3 YTD YTDGold 266 285 758 731(ounces in thousands)Total cash $563 $423 $553 $445costs ($/oz)Revenues frommining operations $520.5 $398.5 $1,366.3 $983.5(millions)Earnings ($48.9) $121.5 $65.2 $244.2(millions)Earnings per share ($0.29) $0.73 $0.39 $1.52(basic)Cash provided byoperating activities $197.6 $156.8 $531.4 $392.9(millions)All $ amounts are in US$ 6
  • Operating Results Q3 Gold Production – Meaningful Improvement Over H1Q3 2011 Total Cash Costs Payable Production % ofOperating Results ($/oz) (Gold oz) ProductionLaRonde ($270) 29,069 11%Goldex $411 40,224 15%Kittila $694 37,924 14%Lapa $660 27,881 11%Pinos Altos1 $295 52,739 20%Meadowbank $1,033 78,141 29%Total $563 265,978 100%1 Pinos Altos production includes heap leachQ3 2011 Revenue By Metal TO BE UPDATED Q3 2011 Revenue By Mine TO BE UPDATED Laronde 23% Goldex Silver 15% 10% Meadowbank 21% Gold 84% Base Lapa Metals 10% 6% Pinos Altos 21% Kittila 10% 7
  • Strong Financial Position Next Phase Of Growth Fully FundedAll amounts are in US$, Sept . 30unless otherwise indicated 2011Cash and cash equivalents $116.7(millions)Long term debt $650.0(millions)Available credit facilities $1.2BCommon shares outstanding 169.0(millions)Common shares, fully diluted 186.9(millions) 8
  • Grayd Acquisition Update Low technical risk heap leach project with good exploration potential Transaction leverages AEM’s workforce and success in Mexico Deal Terms C$2.80 per Grayd share – total purchase price of approx. $275M  Consideration limits: two thirds cash and two thirds AEM shares  Maximum share issuance represents 1.4% of total shares outstanding (f.d.)  Adds 3.4% to AEM’s gold ounces contained in reserves and resources Lock up agreements with Grayd’s directors and officers 66 2/3% minimum tender condition La India Project, Sonora, Mexico (Grayd NI 43-101 Resource) Bid expiry – November 18, 2011 Measured & Indicated Resources : 760,000 oz (26.8mt at 0.88 g/t Au) Inferred Resources : 506,000 oz (19.7mt at 0.80 g/t Au ) Grayd resource by QP G. Giroux in a technical report, as of June 15, 2011) 9
  • LaRonde – Canada Increasing Gold Output In 2012■ 2011 ■ YTD gold production of 93,487 ounces – to increase in Q4 as production begins from LaRonde Extension ■ Deep mine development on time and budget■ 2012-2015 ■ Estimated average annual gold production of 290,000 oz■ Exploration Focus ■ Additional potential at depth, to the East and to the West ■ Expand and convert resource on Bousquet Zone 5 ■ Defining a gold resource at Ellison (2 km west of LaRonde)Gold reserves (m oz) 4.8Average gold reserve grade (g/t) 4.3Indicated resource (m oz) 0.4Inferred resource (m oz) 1.4Est. LOM (years) 13Estimated average LOM production (k oz/yr) 3242011 exploration budget (LaRonde & regional) $11M 10 10
  • Goldex – Operations Suspended Indefinitely Oct 19, 2011 Focus changed to:  Securing the public and Company’s infrastructure  Detailed investigation for underlying causes of the failure  Increased instrumentation and monitoring 11
  • Goldex - Actual Settling Area 12
  • Action plan - Goldex Based on Itasca and Golder recommandations■ Stop drawing for indefinite period: ■ Protect private and public infrastructure and also AEM infrastructure. ■ Long term vision for Goldex.■ Prioritise injection in Baie Dorée and AEM infrastructure. ■ Isolate East-Central portion.■ Relocation of parking lot and access road to maximise injection work.■ Follow up with MTQ(Transport ministry), CN railway and city of Val d’Or.■ Continue geotechnical investigation to better understand rock behaviour■ Increase rock and soil monitoring■ Backfill of surface East sector.■ Evaluate other possibilities for soil settlement■ Review 2012 Budget (Development only)■ Evaluate future mining for zone “M”, zone “E”, zone “DEEP” and GEZ recovery plan 13
  • Lapa – Canada Steady State Mine With Good Tonnage And Cost Performance■ 2011 ■ YTD gold production of 83,347 ounces ■ Minesite cost per tonne below budget■ 2012-2014 ■ Estimated average annual gold production of 117,000 oz■ Exploration Focus ■ Extension of underground exploration drift to the East to provide access to drill targets to extend mine lifeGold reserves (m oz) 0.7Average reserve grade (g/t) 7.4Indicated resource (m oz) 0.2Inferred resource (m oz) 0.1Est. LOM (years) 4Estimated average production (k oz/yr) 1192011 exploration budget $6M 14 14
  • Kittila – Finland Optimization Initiatives Begin to Show Meaningful Improvement in Costs■ 2011 ■ YTD gold production of 109,052 ounces ■ Record throughput in Q3; Minesite costs closer to budget■ 2012-2015 ■ Estimated average annual gold production of 173,000 oz■ Exploration Focus ■ Resource conversion, expansion below Suuri, Roura and Rimpi and along strike ■ Recent drilling has extended known resourceGold reserves (m oz) 4.9Average reserve grade (g/t) 4.6Indicated resource (m oz) 1.2Inferred resource (m oz) 0.7Est. LOM (years) 22Estimated average production (k oz/yr) 1462011 exploration budget $16M 15 15
  • Pinos Altos – Mexico Record Quarterly Gold Production■ 2011 ■ YTD gold production of 151,806 ounces ■ Minesite cost per tonne well below budget■ 2012-2015 ■ Estimated average annual gold production of 230,000 oz ■ Increase underground capacity to match mill■ Exploration Focus ■ Potential to develop satellite depositsGold reserves (m oz) 3.3Average gold reserve grade (g/t) 2.3Indicated resource (m oz) 0.8Inferred resource (m oz) 0.9Est. LOM (years) 16Estimated average production (k oz/yr) 1872011 exploration budget $2M 16 16
  • Meadowbank – Canada Record Quarterly Throughput – 9,414 tpd■ 2011 ■ YTD gold production of 199,254 ounces ■ Focus on optimization and cost reduction■ 2012-2015 ■ Estimated average annual gold production of 399,000 oz■ Exploration Focus ■ Focus on resource conversion and expansion of Vault, Goose South and PortageGold reserves (m oz) 3.5Average reserve grade (g/t) 3.2Measured & Indicated resource (m oz) 1.4Inferred resource (m oz) 0.7Est. LOM (years) 10Estimated average production (k oz/yr) 2972011 exploration budget $7M 17 17
  • Meliadine – Canada Fast Growing Gold Reserve And Resource■ Initial Gold Reserve ■ 2.6 million ounces from 9.5 million tonnes @ 8.5 g/t■ 2011 Exploration budget ■ $65 million to be spent, including 90,000m of drilling ■ Recent drilling has extended known gold resource ■ Potential to accelerate underground development to test deposit at depth■ Production decision expected in 2013Gold reserves (m oz) 2.6Average reserve grade (g/t) 8.5Indicated resource (m oz) 1.5Inferred resource (m oz) 2.62011 exploration budget $65M 18 18
  • Appendix 19
  • Operating Metrics LaRonde LaRonde - Ore milled (000 tonnes) Steady state producer LaRonde - Minesite costs per tonne (C$)8,000tpd $120/t7,500tpd $100/t7,000tpd $80/t6,500tpd6,000tpd $60/t5,500tpd $40/t5,000tpd $20/t4,500tpd4,000tpd $0/t Q1 08 Q2 08 Q3 08 Q4 08 Q1 09 Q2 09 Q3 09 Q4 09 Q1 10 Q2 10 Q3 10 Q4 10 Q1 11 Q2 11 Goldex Lapa Strong throughput keeps unit costs low Consistently exceeding design throughput9,000tpd $35/t 2,000tpd $160/t8,000tpd 1,800tpd $140/t $30/t7,000tpd 1,600tpd $120/t $25/t 1,400tpd6,000tpd 1,200tpd $100/t5,000tpd $20/t 1,000tpd $80/t4,000tpd $15/t 800tpd $60/t3,000tpd $10/t 600tpd $40/t2,000tpd 400tpd $5/t $20/t1,000tpd 200tpd 0tpd $0/t 0tpd $0/t Q2 09 Q3 09 Q4 09 Q1 10 Q2 10 Q3 10 Q4 10 Q1 11 Q2 11 Q3 08 Q4 08 Q1 09 Q2 09 Q3 09 Q4 09 Q1 10 Q2 10 Q3 10 Q4 10 Q1 11 Q2 11 Goldex - Ore milled (000 tonnes) Lapa - Ore milled (000 tonnes) Goldex - Minesite costs per tonne (C$) Lapa - Minesite costs per tonne (C$) 20
  • Operating Metrics Kittila Kittila - Ore milled(000 tonnes) Mill process stabilizing Kittila - Minesite costs per tonne (EUR)3,500tpd €100/t €90/t3,000tpd €80/t2,500tpd €70/t2,000tpd €60/t €50/t1,500tpd €40/t1,000tpd €30/t €20/t 500tpd €10/t 0tpd €0/t Q2 09 Q3 09 Q4 09 Q1 10 Q2 10 Q3 10 Q4 10 Q1 11 Q2 11 Pinos Altos Meadowbank Additional tailings filters increased mill capacity Design throughput expected by Q3, 20115,000tpd $60/t 8,000tpd $180/t4,500tpd $160/t 7,000tpd $50/t4,000tpd 6,000tpd $140/t3,500tpd $40/t $120/t3,000tpd 5,000tpd $100/t2,500tpd $30/t 4,000tpd $80/t2,000tpd 3,000tpd $20/t $60/t1,500tpd 2,000tpd $40/t1,000tpd $10/t 500tpd 1,000tpd $20/t 0tpd $0/t 0tpd $0/t Q1 10 Q2 10 Q3 10 Q4 10 Q1 11 Q2 11 Q4 09 Q1 10 Q2 10 Q3 10 Q4 10 Q1 11 Q2 11 Pinos Altos - Ore milled (000 tonnes) Meadowbank - Ore milled (000 tonnes) Pinos Altos - Minesite costs per tonne (USD$) Meadowbank - Minesite costs per tonne (C$) 21
  • Gold and Silver Reserves and Resources December 31, 2010 Tonnes Gold Gold Tonnes Silver Silver (000’s) (g/t) (ounces) (000’s) (g/t)* (ounces) (000’s) (000’s) Proven 10,155 2.90 948 Proven 7,702 54.75 13,558 Probable 147,954 3.95 18,791 Probable 71,190 48.09 110,061 Total Total 158,110 3.88 19,739 78,892 48.74 123,620 Reserves Reserves Indicated 122,839 2.02 7,997 Indicated 32,554 21.90 22,918 Inferred 118,111 2.59 9,839 Inferred 37,183 19.98 23,883*Calculated grades 22
  • Copper, Zinc and Lead Reserves and Resources December 31, 2010 Tonnes Copper Copper Tonnes Zinc Zinc Tonnes Lead Lead (000’s) (%) (tonnes) (000’s) (%) (tonnes) (000’s) (%) (tonnes) Proven 4,838 0.26 12,433 Proven 4,838 2.78 134,651 Proven 4,838 0.32 15,572 Probable 29,892 0.28 82,360 Probable 29,892 0.90 269,581 Probable 29,892 0.07 19,463 Total Total Total 34,730 0.27 94,793 34,730 1.16 404,232 34,730 0.10 35,035 Reserves Reserves Reserves Indicated 6,933 0.12 8,462 Indicated 6,933 1.36 94,457 Indicated 6,933 0.13 8,942 Inferred 11,526 0.27 30,820 Inferred 11,526 0.48 55,556 Inferred 11,526 0.05 5,463*Calculated grades 23
  • A solid financial position, low-cost structure, well-funded growth projects in regions of low political risk, and a focused, consistent strategyput Agnico-Eagle in a strong position to continue creating exceptional per share value. Sean Boyd Executive and Registered Office: Vice-Chairman and 145 King Street East, Suite 400 Chief Executive Officer Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5C 2Y7 Ebe Scherkus Tel: 416-947-1212 President and Toll-Free: 888-822-6714 Chief Operating Officer Fax: 416-367-4681 Ammar Al-Joundi SVP Finance and Chief Financial Officer David Smith SVP Investor Relations Trading Symbol: AEM on TSX & NYSE Investor Relations: 416-947-1212 info@agnico-eagle.com agnico-eagle.com