The company expects both the province and the federal government environmental decisions on the gold-silver project to be issued in the third quarter of the year.
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Winter drilling has identified two new gold zones, Olsen and Marsh Pond, with widths and grades suggesting they could make a contribution to project resources similar to the Walsh Lake Deposit discovered by Seabridge in 2012.
The proceeds from the financing will be used to fund a 2018 exploration program at the Company's KSM project in Northwestern British Columbia, Canada.
Seabridge Gold has bulked up again its already massive KSM gold-copper-silver project in northern British Columbia in both size and grade.
The Toronto-based miner is carrying out a comprehensive environmental remediation program at its Iskut project.
With an advanced project being looked at by potential partners, and another producing precious metal results, several analysts rate this explorer a "Buy."
Canada’s National Contact Point (NCP) said complains from an Alaskan group don't merit further examination, closing the file after only the initial assessment level of review.
The 25-year permit for Seabridge’s KSM is key for the construction, operation and maintenance of a water storage facility.
Seabridge Gold today announced that results from the final three core holes drilled this year at Deep Kerr successfully filled in the gaps required to support a southern extension of the deposit.
Updated study shows it would cost $5 billion, or over 20% of Barrick Gold's current market value.
Calling the new preliminary economic assessment for Seabridge Gold's KSM "a big improvement for a unique massive Au-Cu project," Paradigm Capital believes the company will continue to build value for investors.
Seabridge Gold, the company behind the massive KSM project in northern B.C., has identified a large, untested target at Iskut.
Higher upfront costs but better ROI on massive gold-copper mine: Seabridge Gold.
Seabridge Gold is building a 2.1km adit for underground exploration at its 100%-owned KSM property, the world's largest gold-copper project by reserves.
Study ups production rate at Seabridge's $5.5 billion gold-copper project in BC by nearly a third, pushing per ounce operating costs into negative territory.
Seabridge's KSM project in BC, world's largest undeveloped gold deposit, comes under attack from non-profit founded by Sierra Club chairman.
$9.5bn KSM project in British Columbia boasts reserves of 38m ounces of gold and nearly 10bn pounds of copper – mining 130,000 tonnes a day for 52 years.
Granting of certificate builds certainty for BC's mineral explorers and developers.
The $5.3 billion KSM project is located on the site of one of the largest copper gold deposits in the world.