Protecting wildlife, fisheries and water quality are top priorities.

Seabridge submitted the KSM Project environmental assessment application on March 28th, 2013. The application was formally accepted into the EA review process on August 12th, 2013. On July 30th, 2014, Seabridge received final Provincial approval for its application from the British Columbia Ministers of the Environment and Energy and Mines. The company is now focusing on obtaining Federal approval, approximately 200 additional operating permits, strategic partnerships and financing prior to the start of construction.

Seabridge Gold is dedicated to conducting business in a socially responsible manner consistent with its corporate values. Responsible mineral exploration and development means being conscientious about the environmental impacts of our business and operating within a framework that includes our commitment to the protection of life, health and the environment for present and future generations.


About the Environmental Assessment Process

The KSM project is undergoing a joint harmonized environmental assessment (EA) by the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency and the British Columbia Environmental Assessment Office. The EA process is a way for governments, Treaty Nations, First Nations and the general public to evaluate the potential environmental, economic, social, heritage, cumulative and health effects of proposed industrial developments in Canada and  British Columbia.


Click here to view all of the comments and Seabridge’s response from the public consultation and screening of our environmental assessment application.

Click here to access information on the environmental assessment for our KSM project, which is being led by the British Columbia Environmental Assessment Office.

Click here for information on the comprehensive study process managed by the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency.


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