Seabridge has Unparalleled Leverage to Gold and Copper
- Ranked among the world’s top ten companies in gold reserves
- Two PFS-stage projects (KSM & Courageous Lake) with a combined 45M ounces of gold reserves
- KSM has 19.4 billion pounds of permitted, measured and indicated copper resources
- Seabridge has more copper per share than any copper company
Great Canadian gold camps: untapped gold deposits still awaiting discovery.
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.Learn More
One of Canada largest undeveloped projects by gold reserves (6.5M oz Au at 2.2 g/t Au). The 2012 PFS demonstrates economic project with exceptional leverage to higher gold prices.Learn More
3 Aces is a 314 km2 property with year-round access. The district-scale, orogenic gold zones with 300 holes with 37% intersecting +5 g/t Au.Learn More
Iskut is a 294 km2 property located approximately 20 km east of KSM. The potential Au-Cu porphyry is similar to Deep Kerr.Learn More
Snowstorm is a 103 km2 property located at intersection of three major Nevada gold belts. It's contiguous and on strike with several large gold mines (Getchell/Turquoise Ridge, Twin Creeks and Midas).Learn More
Seabridge is pursuing a strategy of divesting assets which, in the Company's view, are not likely to make a significant contribution to its long-term value. Typically, these non-core assets are either smaller in size, lacking in upside potential, or not fully owned or operated by Seabridge. To date, this divestiture program has realized approximately US$50 million in cash to the Seabridge treasury, thereby contributing to the Company's aim of reducing share dilution and increasing gold ownership per share.Seabridge retains an interest in the following non-core assets from which it expects to generate approximately US$30 million in cash over the next several years.