Seabridge Gold Responds to Inaccurate Information About the KSM Project’s Selenium Removal Technology and Engagement with Alaska Published in the Narwhal

KSM (KERR-SULPHURETS-MITCHELL) - A Responsibly Designed Gold-Copper Project with Regulatory and Social Acceptance

Seabridge Gold’s Brent Murphy wrote a letter to Matt Simmons, reporter at The Narwhal addressing inaccurate information about KSM Project’s Selenium Removal Technology and our engagement with Alaska during the Environmental Assessment process that was published in the article titled ‘These 12 B.C. mines pose risks to salmon, caribou, water: report’. Read the letter here

Addressing Misleading Claims About the KSM Project

KSM (KERR-SULPHURETS-MITCHELL) - A Responsibly Designed Gold-Copper Project with Regulatory and Social Acceptance

Several misleading claims about the KSM Project were made in the recent report titled ‘Dirty Dozen 2021: B.C.’s top polluting and risky mines’ published by SkeenaWild Conservation Trust and the BC Mining Law Reform Network. Through this factsheet, we would like to share accurate facts about our KSM Project and highlight how we are advancing […]

Seabridge Sends Letter to the Alaskan House Fisheries Special Committee to Address Inaccuracies shared by the Presenters

KSM (KERR-SULPHURETS-MITCHELL) - A Responsibly Designed Gold-Copper Project with Regulatory and Social Acceptance

During the House Fisheries Special Committee hearing on April 28, 2021, several issues related to British Columbia-Alaska transboundary mining and exploration were raised by select presenters, which were either misleading or inaccurate. Seabridge Gold’s Brent Murphy wrote letters to the House Fisheries Special Committee to share factual and pertinent information to address these inaccuracies. In […]