Seabridge Gold’s Vice President of Environmental Affairs, Brent Murphy, presented a KSM Project update to the Alaska Miners Association Fall Convention on November 6, 2014 in Anchorage, Alaska. Click here to view the presentation slide deck. At the same conference Kyle Moselle, Large Project Coordinator for the Alaska Department of Natural Resources discussed Alaska’s coordinated […]
Seabridge regularly runs a column in the Smithers Interior News, Northern Connector, and Terrace Standard. Read the October column here.
There has been concern expressed that the KSM project will impact water quality and fish species in the Unuk River. Specifically, the Price Report below suggests KSM will harm salmon. Seabridge has spent more than six years studying current water conditions along with predicted water quality for when KSM is operational. In the second report, […]
When projects such as KSM are going through the regulatory review process, comments and questions are raised which sometimes require clarification. We’d like to provide some additional information.
Seabridge Gold contributes a second donation of $100,000 to Northwest Community College for trades training
Seabridge Gold announced today its second $100,000 donation to Northwest Community College (NWCC). This particular contribution will provide funding for NWCC’s new Intro to Trades 10 program offered in conjunction with the School Districts of Smithers, Terrace and Hazelton located in northwestern British Columbia, near where Seabridge’s proposed KSM Project is planned. Seabridge presented the […]
Seabridge regularly runs a column in the Smithers Interior News, Northern Connector, and Terrace Standard. Read January’s column here.
Grade continues to rise as drilling on Deep Kerr Core Zone intersects 69 meters of 1.78% copper and 1.14 g/T gold. Toronto (Canada) – Seabridge Gold announced today that new drilling has found an exceptional bornite-rich zone within the higher-grade Deep Kerr core zone on its 100% owned KSM project in north western British Columbia, […]
The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency and B.C.’s Environmental Assessment Office (EAO) are currently inviting public comments related to the ongoing environmental assessment of the KSM Project. Seabridge Gold has recently submitted its Application / Environmental Impact Statement which describes the project and the potential environmental, heritage, health, social, and economic effects of all phases of […]
Drilling beneath iron cap deposit yields 207 meters grading 1.22 g per T gold and 0.45% copper. Toronto (Canada), August 20, 2013 – Seabridge Gold today announced that results from the first three holes testing for a high-grade core zone below the Iron Cap deposit on its 100%-owned KSM project have found strong evidence to […]
Nisga’a Nation and Seabridge Gold confirm agreement in principle on key elements of KSM Benefits Agreement
August 13, 2013 The Nisga’a Nation and Seabridge Gold Inc. (Seabridge) (TSX:SEA; NYSE:SA) are pleased to announce that they have reached agreement in principle on material components of a Benefits Agreement in connection with Seabridge’s proposed KSM Project located in northwestern British Columbia. Mitchell Stevens, President of the Nisga’a Nation, comments that: “The Nisga’a Nation and […]