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The 2018 Seabridge Gold –KSM Project Winter Bursary Application Seabridge Gold owns the KSM Project, a proposed gold, copper, silver and molybdenum mine, located 65 north of Stewart, BC. The KSM Project will employ approximately 1,800 people during its 5-year … Continue reading
Across the globe, there is much speculation about the potential of Tailings Management Facility (TMF) failures. This paper provides an overview of the various reasons for failure. Regarding KSM’s TMF, we regularly hear concerns about its size. Interestingly, this paper … Continue reading
On December 7, Seabridge Gold’s Environmental Team won the 2017 Robert R. Hedley Award presented annually by the Association for Mineral Exploration in BC to a member company for significant contributions or advances in environmental management and/or social responsibility. The award … Continue reading
On November 20, Canada’s National Contact Point (“NCP”) published a report regarding Seabridge’s KSM Project, concluding that a complaint it received regarding aspects of its environmental assessment review process did not merit further examination and its file has now been … Continue reading
Seabridge corrects inaccurate statements regarding the KSM Project within DeSmog’s sponsored articles
On October 30, Seabridge Gold’s Brent Murphy, wrote a letter to DeSmog Blog to correct inaccurate statements about the KSM Project published within the article, “In Photos, the Canadian Mining Boom You’ve Never Seen Before”, written by Garth Lentz. Read our letter … Continue reading
Seabridge corrects factual errors pertaining to the KSM Project in the fall issue of SEACC’s RAVENCALL magazine
On October 27, Seabridge Gold’s Brent Murphy corrected factual errors about the KSM Project in Southeast Alaska Conservation Council’s (SEACC) 2017 fall issue of the RAVENCALL magazine. Read our letter here.
On September 4, Brent Murphy corrected the record and provided additional technical information to MiningWatch Canada, in response to inaccurate statements regarding the KSM Project, which the group made in a letter addressed to Seabridge Gold. Read our letter here.
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In 2016, the BC Ministry of Energy and Mines commissioned international engineering, geoscience and environmental consulting firm Klohn Crippen Berger to complete a third-party comparison of mining legislation and guidelines in British Columbia, Montana and Alaska. The comparison found B.C.’s … Continue reading
On July 20, 2017, DeSmog Canada Published an article titled Why We Need to Clean Up Mining if We Want a Renewable Energy Economy. The article contained the subheading, KSM Mine Allowed to Proceed with Massive Tailings Dam Despite Mount … Continue reading