On What Type of Ground Will the KSM Tailings Management Facility Sit?
Seabridge Gold recognizes many British Columbians and Alaskans are discussing tailings dams right now. We want to clarify a few facts about our proposed tailing management facility (TMF) and to reassure our stakeholders and Treaty and First Nations partners the KSM design is safe. Between 2008 and 2011 to fully test the foundation soils, we […]
Independent Geotechnical Review Board Established for KSM Project
Seabridge Gold announced announced today that it has established an Independent Geotechnical Review Board (IGRB) for its wholly owned KSM Project to review and consider the Project’s Tailings Management Facility (TMF) and Water Storage Dam (WSD) with a focus on their structural stability and integrity. The IGRB will provide independent, expert oversight, opinion and advice […]
KSM Presentation in Alaska
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 […]
KSM Project: A Fall Update
Seabridge regularly runs a column in the Smithers Interior News, Northern Connector, and Terrace Standard. Read the October column here.
Key Construction Permits Issued to Seabridge Gold’s KSM Project
Seabridge Gold received early-stage construction permits for its KSM Project from the Province of British Columbia. The permits issued include: (1) authority to construct and use roadways along Coulter Creek and Treaty Creek; (2) rights-of-way for the proposed Mitchell-Treaty tunnels connecting project facilities; (3) permits for constructing and operating numerous camps required to support constructions […]
The KSM Project: KSM Environmental Assessment Approved by British Columbia
Seabridge regularly runs a column in the Smithers Interior News, Northern Connector, and Terrace Standard. Read the column where we announce the BC government’s approval of the KSM Project’s Environmental Assessment (EA) Application here.
The KSM Project Achieves Significant Milestones
Seabridge regularly runs a column in the Smithers Interior News, Northern Connector, and Terrace Standard. Read the July column here.
KSM Receives Provincial Approval
Seabridge Gold is pleased to announce the BC government’s approval of the KSM Project’s Environmental Assessment (EA) Application. Mary Polak, Minister of Environment, and Bill Bennett, Minister of Energy and Mines, approved the document on July 30, 2014. The Minsters, through their issuance of the EA Certificate, have recognized the KSM Project will not result […]
Seabridge Gold and Gitanyow Wilps Enter Into Agreement Regarding KSM Project
Toronto, Canada…Seabridge Gold reported today that it has entered into an agreement with the Gitanyow Wilps represented by the Gitanyow Hereditary Chiefs Office (the “Gitanyow Huwilp”) in respect of Seabridge Gold’s KSM Project, located in northwest British Columbia. Under the agreement, Seabridge agrees to provide funding for certain programs relating to wildlife, fish and water […]
The KSM Project: It’s exploration season at KSM!
Seabridge regularly runs a column in the Smithers Interior News, Northern Connector, and Terrace Standard. Read the June column here.