English: The Hollinger Mines in Timmins, Ontario, Canada operated from 1910 until 1968. During that period, 65,778,234 tons were milled, producing 19,327,691 ounces of gold. By the end of the 1920s, the Hollinger was the largest gold mine in the British Empire. The mines and the company were later acquired by Canadian tycoon E. P. Taylor's Argus Corporation. Argus was later acquired by Conrad Black in 1978, and it would become Hollinger Incorporated.