It’s important for people to understand the KSM project and what it means for British Columbia’s northwest. That’s why we make it a priority to get out and talk to people living in the region.

Before Seabridge transferred all interests in the KSM project to its subsidiary KSM Mining ULC in 2018, Seabridge conducted more than 220 community workshops and meetings, conducted 16 site tours, hosted 28 public forums and workshops and met frequently with indigenous and non-indigenous groups.

In September 2011, Seabridge opened a community office in the town of Smithers, B.C. for people interested in learning more about KSM and hired three Smithers residents to work in this office.

KSM in our Community


Find out where we’ll be in the coming few weeks on our Events Calendar

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