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Pictures: Canada's top 10 mergers and acquisitions of 2011

Merger madness: Barrick Gold's acquisition of Equinox Minerals led the pack. Follow the link underneath this gallery to read the full list of 2011's biggest deals.

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Barrick's Goldstrike mine in Nevada.

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DO NOT USE THIS AGAIN, ONE-TIME USE ONLY! Cliffs Natural Resources' Northshore Mine in Minnesota.

Copyright © 2011 Cliffs Natural Resources Inc./Copyright © 2011 Cliffs Natural Resources Inc.

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TMX Broadcast Centre manager Kris Backus walks in front of the centre's display board in Toronto on Monday May 16, 2011.


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RBC bank Branch in the U.S.

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Windmills generate electricity in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains near the town of Pincher Creek, Alberta September 27, 2010.


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Intact Financial Corporation President and Chief Executive Officer Charles Brindamour speaks during the annual general meeting of shareholders in Toronto May 4, 2011.


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An employee walks at an oil storage site of the Sinopec Corp. on the outskirts of Taiyuan, the capital of north China's Shanxi province, Nov. 19, 2007.


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photos of Eldorado Gold's Säo Bento Mine in Brazil.

Eldorado Gold photo/Eldorado Gold photo

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A miner look at rock salt ore at Polkowice-Sieroszowice mine in Polkowice near Lubin, southern-western Poland July 29, 2011. Polkowice-Sieroszowice mine is a part of KGHM which is Europe's No. 2 copper producer.


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BOLTON.ONTARIO.NOV.7.2005 Workers assembling an injection molding machine at Husky Injection Molding Systems' plant in Bolton, Ont.

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