John McConnell, President & CEO
Responsible development, operations and closure are paramount for Victoria Gold. By cultivating strong relationships with local First Nations, communities, local business partners and our workforce we are committed to operating in a safe, environmentally, and socially responsible manner to generate shareholder and community wealth.
Victoria Gold is extremely proud of its involvement in the community and is committed to the development and implementation of some important programs that are helping to positively shape the lives and livelihoods of community citizens and all Yukoners.
The Comprehensive Cooperation Benefits Agreement (CBA) with the First Nation of the Na-Cho Nyak Dun, (FNNND) demonstrates this and includes the Victoria Gold and FNNND Scholarship Program, and the Cultural Awareness Program.Learn More
The Victoria Gold Yukon Student Encouragement Society’s Every Student, Every Day fund was established to help improve student attendance in Yukon schools. Since 2012, the Society has raised over $1.5 Million to date to support students throughout the Yukon.
In addition, Victoria Gold proudly sponsors and participates in many community events and initiatives.Learn More
The Eagle Gold Mine is a strong contributor to the Yukon and its citizens for many years to come and has over $200 million in contracts with Yukon Companies.Learn More
Victoria Gold is committed to the health and safety of its employees and visitors in our work places. Protection from injury and providing an environment conductive to the maintenance of good health are primary objectives of our business. All our employees are expected to commit to these objectives and strive to eliminate all injuries in our workplaces.
Prioritizing work safety
with only 3 LTI incidents
Emergency Response Team with men and women members
We respect our employees, the environment, and the communities in which we operate. Victoria Gold acknowledges that its activities can impact the environment, thus it is our intention to act responsibly by demonstrating stewardship to the environment. We believe that environmental stewardship is not just a matter of “doing the right thing” but that there is also a business case for doing so and that it will create value for our shareholders.
Significant environmental incidents
From partner First Nation
Rigorous reviews and permitting process completed collaboratively with regulators, First Nations and community.
We welcome your feedback and comments regarding the Project
Victoria Gold is committed to developing a diverse workforce by hiring and training locally to provide good-paying jobs for the people of the Yukon. The Company will aim to hire the most qualified people for the positions available, keeping in mind its commitment to the local people.
20% First Nations