The Kerr Sulphurets Mitchell (KSM) project, owned by Seabridge Gold, is a proposed gold, copper and molybdenum mine located 65 kilometres northwest of Stewart, B.C. This proposed mine would be located on one of the largest undeveloped gold reserves in the world in a very remote part of our territory.
Although the KSM Project was granted an Environmental Assessment Certificate in July 2014, it is still at a very early stage.
The Tahltan Heritage, Resources Environmental Assessment Team (THREAT) has been working on the KSM project since 2007.
To date, THREAT has:
- Completed a review of the project and submitted a recommendations report to the Minister of the Environment and Minister of Mines.
- Taken part in all working group meetings as part of the environmental assessment process.
- Met with Seabridge Gold to discuss concerns about the project.