Seabridge Gold’s Kerr-Sulphurets-Mitchell (KSM) Project is a proposed copper, gold, silver and molybdenum mine with a 50+ year life.
The Project is located 65km northwest of Stewart, in the mineral-rich area, commonly referred to as the Golden Triangle of BC. The approved Project will bring significant economic benefits and create multi-generation job opportunities for northwest BC. Seabridge Gold has also taken great care to consider social, economic, and environmental sustainability while advancing the Project.
The KSM Project has successfully completed a joint harmonized environmental assessment review as outlined by the British Columbia Environmental Assessment Act, the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act and the Nisga’a Final Agreement.
Seabridge Gold acquired a 100% stake in KSM Project in 2001 and since then has spent $440 million in exploration, engineering and environmental work to move the KSM Project toward development.
KSM Mining ULC, a subsidiary of Seabridge Gold Inc., is the holder of the KSM Project.