We mistakenly used the "m" word when referring to the more than 8 BILLION POUNDS of copper hosted in the Kerr-Sulph...
May 7, 2008
by Canadian Mining Journal Staff
We mistakenly used the “m” word when referring to the more than 8 BILLION POUNDS of copper hosted in the Kerr-Sulphurets-Mitchell deposits of SEABRIDGE GOLD. CMJ regrets the error and has made the correction in our news archives.
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