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KSM gets closer scrutiny, more drilling

Seabridge closes in on development at world-class copper-gold project; Alaskans call for 'panel review' before federal permits

With 9.9 billion pounds of copper and 38.2 million ounces of gold in reserves, a provincial environmental certificate in-hand and federal approvals pending, Seabridge Gold is in the final stages of gathering all of the components needed to develop a mine at its Kerr-Sulphurets-Mitchell project in northwestern British Columbia. Attracting a partner of the same world-class caliber as the deposits th...


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