Seabridge Gold’s (TSX: SEA; NYSE: SA) chairman and CEO Rudi Fronk says the company anticipates strong drill results from the exploration program that it recently launched at the KSM gold-copper project in northwestern British Columbia.
“We expect to announce a lot of positive drill results from this year’s program. I’ve never seen our geologists as excited as they are today,” Fronk said in a recent interview posted on the company’s website.
This year’s $15-million, 19,000-metre core drill program will have two main objectives. First, it will aim to improve the size and grade of the inferred resource at the project’s Deep Kerr zone. Second, it will test several high grade core zone targets, including the Iron Cap deposit at depth, in an aim to find other zones similar to Deep Kerr.
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