The Sullivan Mine was located in Kimberley, BC, Canada; Lead, zinc, silver and tin were the economic metals produced. Discovered in 1892. Acquired in 1909 by CPR-owned Consolidated Mining and Smelting Company of Canada (later Cominco Ltd./Teck Cominco). In its lifetime, the mine produced ore containing over 17 million tons of zinc and lead and more than 285 million troy ounces of silver, which were together worth more than $20 billion. The Sullivan Mine was closed in 2001 after 92 years.