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Seabridge Gold’s Brent Murphy wrote a letter to Cy Gonick, Publisher and Coordinating Editor of Canadian Dimension correcting inaccurate information published in an article titled “Tailings Dam Collapses in the Americas: Learned?”. The article stated that, “a study of four new transboundary … Continue reading
In an August 5, 2019 Juneau Empire article titled “Murkowski, Sullivan urge action on mine cleanup”, Rob Sanderson, Jr. Vice President, Central Council of the Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska was quoted as saying, “the Unuk River is dying”. On August 9, … Continue reading
On July 17, 2019, Seabridge Gold’s Brent Murphy wrote a letter to Frances H. Leach, Executive Director of United Fishermen of Alaska, to correct the statements she made in an opinion article titled, “Transboundary Mining: Alaska’s senators are working hard. Now let’s … Continue reading
Alaska’s Transboundary Bilateral Working Group Members Reaffirm the Joint Commitment to Transboundary Water Protection Along with their Canadian Counterparts
In an opinion article submitted to Anchorage Daily News titled, “Alaska is fully engaged in transboundary water, mining issues” on July 15, 2019, Alaska’s Transboundary Bilateral Working Group Members – Corri A. Feige, Doug Vincent-Lang and Jason Brune – reaffirm … Continue reading
The 2019 Seabridge Gold – KSM Project Fall Bursary Application Seabridge Gold owns the KSM Project, a proposed gold, copper, silver and molybdenum mine, located 65 kilometers north of Stewart, BC. The KSM Project will employ approximately 1,800 people during … Continue reading
On May 8, 2019, Seabridge Gold’s Brent Murphy, sent a letter to Representative Louise Stutes and Fisheries Committee Members correcting several inaccurate facts regarding the KSM Project that were presented during the recent House Committee Hearing on Transboundary Mining. Read our … Continue reading
The Tahltan Nation and Seabridge Gold Inc. are pleased to execute a far-reaching Agreement covering protections of indigenous rights, the environment and shared economic benefits for the KSM Project. Seabridge Gold’s on-going relationship with the Tahltan Nation, which began more … Continue reading
As part of the proposed KSM Project’s Environmental Assessment, KSM Mining ULC was required to assess the impact of traffic associated with KSM on Highway 37 and 37A. An overview of the assessment can be found here: KSM Project’s Traffic Management
An updated overview of KSM Project’s Tailings Management Facility has been uploaded under ‘Responsible Tailings Management’ page on this website. It can also be found here: KSM Project’s Tailings Management Facility
The KSM Project team receives recognition at the 2019 Terrace & District Chamber of Commerce Trade Expo
The 2019 Terrace & District Chamber of Commerce Trade Expo recognized Seabridge Gold’s KSM Project team for their efforts to engage with the community through its exhibition booth at the event. Here are some pictures from the Expo.