Seabridge discovers large, higher-grade copper-gold core zone at KSM

Core hole K-13-24 cuts 123 meters of 0.85% copper and 0.86 g per T gold. Deep Kerr at least 1.5 km long, averages 200m wide with more than 500m in vertical extent.

Toronto (Canada), August 12, 2013 – Seabridge Gold announced today that it has discovered a very large, higher-grade core zone at Deep Kerr on its 100%-owned KSM project in northwestern British Columbia, Canada. Sitting down dip and in part continuous from the Kerr deposit, Deep Kerr is reporting significant mineralized intervals containing total metal values per tonne that are approximately two times KSM’s proven and probable reserve average, with some intervals exceeding 1.0% copper and gold grades as high as 1.7 grams per tonne (g/T). Aggressive drilling with five large core rigs continues. Continue reading…