• GOLD:

The Eagle Gold Mine is the Largest
Gold Mine in Yukon History.

The Eagle Gold Mine

The Eagle Gold Mine produces [gold] doré from a conventional open pit operation with a three-stage crushing plant, in-valley heap leach and carbon-in-leach adsorption-desorption gold recovery plant. The mine has year-round road access and personnel, who work a fly-in / fly-out work rotation, are accommodated in a 250-person all-season well-equipped camp. The mine is connected to the Yukon power grid, and a commercial airstrip used to transport personnel, is located 80 km to the south near the village of Mayo.

The mine employs approximately 500 people as well as numerous contractors and consultants which makes Victoria Gold a significant economic contributor to the local communities and the Yukon.

The Eagle Gold Mine has a long-standing Comprehensive Cooperation and Benefits Agreement with the First Nation of Nacho Nyak Dun, within whose traditional Territory the mine is located.

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The Eagle Gold Mine

Health & Safety


First Nations Considerations


Environment and Permitting


Community Involvement


The Eagle Gold Mine is situated within Victoria’s Dublin Gulch property, located in the Mayo Mining District of the central Yukon Territory, Canada and within the traditional territory of the First Nation of Na-Cho Nyak Dun.


  • Year round road access
  • Grid Hydro power
  • Airport at Mayo
  • Proximity to major commercial hubs: Whitehorse, YK & Skagway, AL

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