Yukon Night

Yukon Night 2024 is SOLD OUT!

Thank you all for your continued support for this networking event at AME Roundup January 22, 2024 | Vancouver Convention Centre

Thank You!

The Yukon Chamber of Mines extends its sincere thanks to all the Yukon Night 2024 attendees, sponsors and partners; BMC Minerals and Yukon Government, without you the event would simply not be possible. Big thank you to our gold, silver and copper sponsors!

It was a fantastic event and a great turnout.

Thank you as well to Premier Pillai, Minister Streicker, Grand Chief Peter Johnston and Scott Donaldson for your remarks for our industry.

We look forward to seeing you all again at Yukon Night 2025!


Monday, January 22, 2024 | Vancouver Convention Centre

We are looking forward to seeing you at our annual Yukon Night at AME Roundup! Tickets are SOLD OUT


Bring your QR Code with you to the event – this is your TICKET!

Be sure to visit all the exhibitor booths for up to 20 chances to enter the draw for a round trip ticket on Air North (valued at $800!). For every booth that you visit, your name will be entered into the draw prize!

Yukon Night AME Roundup
January 21, 2024,TIME (5:30pm PST to 10:00pm PST)
Vancouver Convention Centre – West Level 3 – 301 to 306

Welcome Messages

Scott Donaldson, CEO, BMC Minerals

As a proud member of the Yukon Chamber of Mines (YCM), BMC is honoured to again be the Lead Industry Sponsor for the annual 2024 Yukon Night at the AME Roundup. We are very pleased to have you join us at this great annual event which recognizes and celebrates the Yukon Exploration and Mining Industry. We are also very pleased to continue supporting the Yukon Chamber of Mines in their work advocating on behalf of our industry.

It’s a constantly changing world, and there are many global challenges we face as a society and as an industry. With these challenges comes opportunity. The Yukon is well positioned to be a major player in the transition to a green economy. We are fortunate to have significant deposits of the critical minerals needed which will enable this transition, and there exists home grown Canadian and international expertise that is capable of locating and developing these assets in a responsible and environmentally sound manner. These opportunities in unison with a commitment to build true partnerships with First Nations and local communities will provide significant long-term benefits for all Yukoners, Canadians, and the rest of the world.

Yukon Night is an opportunity for us to celebrate our industry, strengthen our connections and forge new ones. It’s also a time to reflect on our obligation to be a progressive responsible and inclusive industry that can lead the way to a better tomorrow. BMC wishes you a very successful Roundup and we hope you enjoy another successful Yukon Night.

Premier Ranj Pillai, Premier and Minister of Economic Development

Join me at Yukon Night 2024 on January 22 at the Vancouver Convention Centre. Presented by the Yukon Chamber of Mines, this event will celebrate the Yukon not only as a globally recognized mining jurisdiction that attracts investment from around the world, but also as a territory with strong environmental, social and governance standards.

As the world shifts towards clean energy, the Yukon is well positioned to support this transition with our abundant supplies of critical minerals that are essential in creating a greener economy.

Our rich mineral resources consistently attract investments from industry leaders with recent years witnessing substantial contributions from industry giants such as Newmont, Hecla, RioTinto and B2Gold.

Our government is committed to supporting a strong, sustainable, and responsible mining industry. In collaboration with our partners and Yukon First Nations, we are developing legislation to improve the management of the Yukon’s mineral resources in a way that respects
First Nations’ relationships with the land while supporting a modern and sustainable mining industry.

The Government of Yukon will continue to work alongside our partners, stakeholders, and First Nation governments, to promote the territory’s global potential in mineral exploration and development. Additionally, we will continue investing in infrastructure and programming that supports the sector’s development. For example, we are working with the Municipality of Skagway, Alaska, on long-term tidewater access through their port, researching the feasibility
of connecting the Yukon to British Columbia’s energy grid, and continuing to help stimulate new discoveries through the Yukon Mineral Exploration Program.

This is an exciting time in the mining industry, and I look forward to the insightful discussions and meaningful connections at this year’s Yukon Night. Together we can enjoy the benefits created by the Yukon’s flourishing mining industry as it contributes to economic prosperity while respecting environmental sustainability.

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