Seabridge Gold corrects the record made in an opinion article published in SitNews

On July 17, 2019, Seabridge Gold’s Brent Murphy wrote a letter to Frances H. Leach, Executive Director of United Fishermen of Alaska, to correct the statements she made in an opinion article titled, “Transboundary Mining: Alaska’s senators are working hard. Now let’s lock it in” published in SitNews.

Read the letter here.

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Alaska’s Transboundary Bilateral Working Group Members Reaffirm the Joint Commitment to Transboundary Water Protection Along with their Canadian Counterparts

In an opinion article submitted to Anchorage Daily News titled, “Alaska is fully engaged in transboundary water, mining issues” on July 15, 2019, Alaska’s Transboundary Bilateral Working Group Members – Corri A. Feige, Doug Vincent-Lang and Jason Brune – reaffirm the joint commitment made by both Alaska and British Columbia towards the protection of transboundary water. The article goes on to state, “Years of working closely with the province have shown us that Canadian ministries are as committed to responsible development as Alaska’s departments…”. Read the article here:

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New Student Bursary Program

The 2019 Seabridge Gold – KSM Project Fall Bursary Application

Seabridge Gold owns the KSM Project, a proposed gold, copper, silver and molybdenum mine, located 65 kilometers north of Stewart, BC. The KSM Project will employ approximately 1,800 people during its 5-year construction phase and approximately 1,040 jobs through the forecasted 52-year mine life. While construction has not yet started on the KSM Project, Seabridge Gold supports building a strong workforce in northwest BC and finds value in supporting residents to further their education and training. As a result, Seabridge Gold has implemented the 2019 bursary program to support students from northwest British Columbia (BC) access education and training.

If you are a resident of northwest BC (defined as west of Burns Lake north to the Yukon border), currently enrolled in studies, complete the following application for an opportunity to receive financial support towards your education. Applications will be reviewed and scored, based on the completion of the six sections and submission of the required documents. This is the fall round for the bursary program and is open to students enrolled in studies for the fall semester (September – December 2019) and will be announced on September 3, 2019.

Submission Deadline: August 12, 2019       Results Announced: September 3, 2019

* Applications, essay and additional attachments will only be accepted via scan and/or e-mail submitted to by August 12, 2019.

* For enquiries and additional questions contact Seabridge Gold at (250) 847-4704,

Bursary Application Form – Fall 2019



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Seabridge Gold Corrects the Record, House Fisheries Committee Hearing on Transboundary Mining

On May 8, 2019, Seabridge Gold’s Brent Murphy, sent a letter to Representative Louise Stutes and Fisheries Committee Members correcting several inaccurate facts regarding the KSM Project that were presented during the recent House Committee Hearing on Transboundary Mining. Read our letter here.

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Tahltan Nation and Seabridge Gold Execute a Co-operation and Benefits Agreement for the KSM Project

The Tahltan Nation and Seabridge Gold Inc. are pleased to execute a far-reaching Agreement covering protections of indigenous rights, the environment and shared economic benefits for the KSM Project. Seabridge Gold’s on-going relationship with the Tahltan Nation, which began more than a decade ago, coupled with the valuable contributions Tahltan representatives made to the evolution of KSM as well as the collaborative team efforts put in by all parties involved resulted in this important milestone for the Project and the region. The entire process of the Agreement took more than three years to ensure all environmental, cultural and economic concerns of the Tahltan Nation were heard and addressed appropriately. Seabridge Gold is extremely pleased with the Tahltan approach to engagement and negotiations which were professional and collaborative from the very beginning. Click here to know more.


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KSM Project’s Traffic Management

As part of the proposed KSM Project’s Environmental Assessment, KSM Mining ULC was required to assess the impact of traffic associated with KSM on Highway 37 and 37A. An overview of the assessment can be found here: KSM Project’s Traffic Management

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KSM Project Tailings Management Facility

An updated overview of KSM Project’s Tailings Management Facility has been uploaded under ‘Responsible Tailings Management’ page on this website. It can also be found here: KSM Project’s Tailings Management Facility

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The KSM Project team receives recognition at the 2019 Terrace & District Chamber of Commerce Trade Expo

The 2019 Terrace & District Chamber of Commerce Trade Expo recognized Seabridge Gold’s KSM Project team for their efforts to engage with the community through its exhibition booth at the event. Here are some pictures from the Expo.

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Seabridge Gold responds to incorrect comments posted on the Southeast Alaska Indigenous Transboundary Committee (SEITC) Facebook Page

Seabridge Gold sent a letter to Guy Archibald to correct a misunderstanding regarding the notification that occurred during the recently completed review of KSM Mining ULC’s request to extend the environmental certificate M14-01. Read the letter here.

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Environmental approval for Seabridge Gold’s KSM Project extended

Seabridge Gold announced today that the Environmental Assessment (“EA”) certificate for its KSM Project issued by the Province of British Columbia has been extended to July 29, 2024. The original KSM EA certificate was issued by the Province for an initial five year term on July 29, 2014 following a comprehensive independent environmental assessment review. Seabridge initiated the renewal process in October, 2018 following a thorough engagement with local Indigenous groups. The new five-year certificate was approved with the same terms and conditions as the original certificate, including the requirement to commence construction of the Project within the five-year period.

You may read the news release here

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