"Similar to 2021, daily gold production at the Eagle Mine has increased substantially over the 2022 spring season. This is expected to result in materially higher gold production and revenues during the third and fourth quarters of 2022," president and CEO John McConnell said.
The company recorded a net income of C$17.12 million (US$13.37) for Q2, which is up from C$1.29 million a year earlier. On a per share basis, they rose from C$0.02 to C$0.27.
Victoria's revenue stood at C$69.38 million, having risen from C$63.51 million from the first quarter of last year.
Victoria produces gold from its Eagle mine in the Mayo mining district of Central Yukon Territory, Canada.
Unplanned down time within the crushing and conveying circuit has resulted in Victoria saying it expects Eagle's production to be at the lower end of the 165,000-190,000oz guidance.
"Unplanned down time is high due to lower maintenance productivities as a result of recruitment and retention challenges within the Canadian, and specifically the Pacific Northwest, mining labour market," the company said.
"Supply chain disruptions have exacerbated the maintenance difficulties as certain parts have taken longer to secure and deliver to site," it added.
The lower production, along with high inflation, has caused Victoria to expect all-in sustaining costs to be at the top end of US$1,225-$1,425/oz Au guidance.
Victoria recorded gold production of 32,055oz in Q2, which is down from 32,140oz a year earlier.
The company's AISC in Q2 were US$1,371/oz.
Victoria's share price rose 5% day on day to C$10.42 on 15 August. The company has a market capitalisation of C$671.65 million.