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Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency Finds KSM Project has no Significant Adverse Environmental Effects
Seabridge Gold is pleased to announce the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (CEAA) has released its Comprehensive Study Report (CSR) for the KSM Project. On page 95 of the report, CEAA concludes “the KSM Project is not likely to cause significant … Continue reading
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New intercepts include 315 meters of 0.65% copper and 0.45 g per T gold New intercepts include 315 meters of 0.65% copper and 0.45 g per T gold Toronto (Canada) – Seabridge Gold announced today it has received additional exceptional … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
KSM Project now entering 180-day review of its Environmental Assessment Application by the Province of BC
On August 12, Seabridge received confirmation from the Province of British Columbia regulatory authorities that its Application for an Environmental Assessment Certificate has now entered the 180-day review period. This is the second stage of the three-stage regulatory process. During … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading