Victoria Gold: Largest Gold Mine in Yukon History

September 15, 2021

Eagle Gold Mine: Newest Mine in the Yukon

The Eagle Gold Mine produces gold 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.

Additionally, the mine has year-round road access and personnel, who work a fly-in / fly-out work rotation. Further, the mine is connected to the Yukon power grid, and a commercial airstrip is used to transport personnel. It is located 80 km to the south near the village of Mayo.

"We've provided guidance for 2021 that will produce somewhere between one hundred and eighty and two hundred thousand ounces of gold." - CEO, John McConnell

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