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Author Archives: Gloria Trujillo
On August 20, 2015, Seabridge Gold’s Brent Murphy responded to inaccurate statements in the Times Colonist article titled “Obama’s Drilling Decision Raises Concerns” in which Seabridge and our KSM Project are mentioned. You may read the entire response here
On August 4, 2015, Seabridge Gold announced that it had successfully completed a pilot plant evaluation of a new process for the removal of selenium from waters from its KSM Project. The pilot plant was constructed and operated by BioteQ … Continue reading
An article written by Chris Balcom in CIM Magazine’s March/April issue, read more here
Seabridge Gold announced announced today that it has established an Independent Geotechnical Review Board (IGRB) for its wholly owned KSM Project to review and consider the Project’s Tailings Management Facility (TMF) and Water Storage Dam (WSD) with a focus on … Continue reading
A fact sheet on the rights granted by the Province of BC announced September 29, 2014. Click here
Seabridge Gold received early-stage construction permits for its KSM Project from the Province of British Columbia. The permits issued include: (1) authority to construct and use roadways along Coulter Creek and Treaty Creek; (2) rights-of-way for the proposed Mitchell-Treaty tunnels … Continue reading
515 million tonnes of inferred resources average 0.53% copper, 0.36 g/T gold. Size and grade expected to grow in this year’s drilling program. Seabridge Gold announced today that an independent mineral resource estimate for the recently discovered Deep Kerr Zone … Continue reading
KSM Project Myths
On June 4th, Seabridge received confirmation from the Province of British Columbia regulatory authorities that its Application for an Environmental Assessment Certificate completed the screening process and it had been accepted for formal detailed review. This is the second stage … Continue reading
Every month, Seabridge runs a column in the Smithers Interior News, Northern Connector, and Terrace Standard. Read November’s column here.