TSX: SEA (SEA.TO)
NYSE: SA

One of the world's largest resources of gold, copper and silver

Canadian success story with a risk-reduced strategy to grow resources, and reserve ownership per share

The Case for Seabridge

Seabridge Gold's resource base of gold, copper and silver is one of the world's largest. Our principal projects are located in Canada. Our objective is to grow resource and reserve ownership per share. Our risk-reducing strategy: acquire North American deposits; expand them through exploration; move them to reserves through engineering; and sell or joint venture them to established producers for mine construction and operation.

Upcoming Events

Event
Feb
26
2023
Conference
Gold Stock Analyst Investor Day Conference
Hyatt Centric Las Olas - Fort Lauderdale, Florida, US
Mar
01
2023
Conference
BMO 32nd Global Metals & Mining Conference
Webcast Link (Live & On-demand)
11:15am ET, The Diplomat Resort, Hollywood FL, USA
Mar
21
2023
March
21-23
2023
Conference
Swiss Mining Institute Conference
The Dolder Grand - Zurich, Switzerland
Jul
23
2023
Jul
23-27
2023
Conference
Rick Rule Symposium
Boca Raton, Florida
Sep
18
2023
Sept
18-21
2023
Conference
Denver Gold Forum Americas 2023
Colorado Springs, Colorado

Featured Project

Kerr-Sulphurets-Mitchell

British Columbia, Canada

The world’s largest undeveloped gold project by resources (88.3M oz M&I plus 65.6M oz inferred). The property received B.C. Environmental Assessment certificate in July 2014 and federal environmental approval in December 2014. The 2022 PFS shows significantly improved economics compared to previous studies.

Note
The KSM Mineral Resource estimates herein were prepared by Wood Canada Limited under the supervision of Henry Kim, P.Geo., who is independent of Seabridge and a Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101, and have effective dates of March 31, 2022 for Mitchell and East Mitchell and December 31, 2019 for Kerr, Sulphurets and Iron Cap.

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