2016 Federal Report highlights Seabridge Gold’s Community Engagement (see Page 40)
Since 2006, Seabridge Gold has been proactive in providing opportunities for the public to comment on its KSM project in northwestern British Columbia. Over the past eight years, the company has provided more than 220 community workshops and meetings, conducted 16 site tours, and hosted 28 public forums. Such consultative activities have enabled Seabridge to […]
Seabridge Gold writes to the U.S Secretary of the Interior in response to a recently submitted Petition regarding purported environmental impacts of Canadian mines on the Unuk, Stikine and Taku watersheds.
On July 18, 2016, Seabridge Gold wrote a letter to the U.S. Secretary of the Interior, Honorable Sally Jewell, in response to the Petition for certification pursuant to 22 U.S.C. § 1978 of actions undertaken by Canadian nationals diminishing the effectiveness of the Convention on Nature Protection and Wild Life Preservation in the Western Hemisphere and the Convention for the […]
Seabridge Gold’s Design of KSM Project’s Tailing Management Facility Confirmed as Best Available Technology by Leading Engineering Firm
Three Different Expert Reviews Reach the Same Conclusion on Best Design Solution Toronto (Canada) — Seabridge Gold announced today the results of its Best Available Tailing Technology (BAT) review for its KSM Project located in British Columbia. The review was completed by Klohn Crippen Berger, a world-leading engineering design firm. The BAT study confirms that […]