Toronto, Ontario – (News File Corporation – March 24, 2022) – Sibridge Gold (TSX: SEA) (NYSE: SA) announced today that its wholly owned subsidiary, KSM Mining ULC (“KSMCo”) The sale is complete. A secure note (“note”) exchanged for 60% gross silver royalty for a 100% proprietary KSM project located in Northern British Columbia, Canada to the Sports Resource Streaming and Royalty Corporation (“Sprott”) and Ontario. Happens. Teacher Retirement Plan (“Ontario Teachers”) (collectively, “Investors”) for ډالرو 225 million. Proceeds from this sale will be used to sustain ongoing physical work at KSM and significantly improve the project’s ongoing design. For details on the terms of the note, please see February 26of the News release
Rudy Frank, Sibridge’s CEO and CEO, stated: “The purpose of this fundraising is to move towards the realization of KSM’s three main objectives without the need to reduce the number of participants:
Achieve a significant start-up design that guarantees the continuity of the KSM Project Approved Environmental Assessment Certificate (“EAC”) for project life;
Completion of key tasks that support construction readiness and shorten construction period after construction decision has been made; And
Improve KSM’s offer in our joint venture negotiations by securing EAC, reducing project risk, and speeding up construction schedule. “
Work is already underway for these purposes using winter camp facilities installed last year. A major complement to the engineering and construction personnel is busy launching a comprehensive work program for this and next year.
“We are pleased to have Sprout and Ontario teachers at KSM as partners. Although KSM is well known for its mineral resources and gold and copper resources, the project also has a large silver lining. In a recent KSM technical report, the silver and gold accounts for less than 3% of the estimated KSM revenue, representing a very low cost versus the project’s total future revenue with the transfer. That enhances our long-term strategy to provide the industry’s best profit as gold. Each share is measured by an ounce of gold, “Frank said.
Michael Harrison, managing partner at Sprout, commented: “We are delighted to enter into this partnership with Siberg and Ontario educators to provide catalytic funding for the development of KSM. KSM is Canada’s largest gold-copper – Silver is a development project and a great economic opportunity that we definitely expect to be one of the privileges of our long life Silver Gold. , Including securing an approved environmental assessment and building strong relationships with local people. We support this plan to continue significant start-up activities at KSM while Siebridge secures an operational partner. Does. “
“This investment underscores Ontario teachers’ growing commitment to invest in the global metals industry, where we can protect inflation, real income and Achieve cash flow diversification. This is an initiative. A structure that provides excellent explanations for the combination of fixed returns and long-term silver and gold prices. KSM is Canada’s global mining project; we are proud that our funding will accelerate its development. . “
BMO Capital Markets acted as financial advisor and Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP acted as legal advisor to Siebridge in connection with the transaction. Foskin Martino Dumoulin PPL worked as a legal advisor to Sprout.
Seabridge has a 100% interest in several North American gold projects. Seibridge’s assets include KSM and Skate projects near Stewart, British Columbia, Canada, the Brave Lake Project in northwestern Canada, the Hurricane Katrina project in the North Nevada Gatel Gold Belt and the Yukon. 3 Aces project built in the area. For a complete breakdown of Seabridge’s mineral resources and mineral resources by category, please visit the company’s website at http://www.seabridgegold.com.
Neither the Toronto Stock Exchange, the New York Stock Exchange, nor any of their regulatory service providers accept adequate or precise responsibility for this release.
All reserves and resource estimates reported by the Corporation are calculated in accordance with Canada National Resources 43-101 and the Canada Mining and Metals Classification System. These standards differ significantly from the requirements of the US Securities and Exchange Commission. Mineral resources that are not mineral deposits do not show economic resilience.
The document contains “Future Information” in the sense of the Canadian Protection Act and the “Future Statements” in the sense of the 1995 US Privacy Reform Act. -Research Statements “are made up of the date of this document. It relates to future events or future activities and reflects current predictions, predictions, expectations or beliefs about future events and includes statements about it, but limited. Not: (i) Completion of construction work for acquisition and acquisition, designation of “significant start” to maintain EAC; (ii) Completion of key works that shorten construction schedule, (iii) Transfer of joint venture. Completion and construction decision making, (iv) estimated revenue from KSM project and percentage of revenue generated from sale of silver and gold; and (v) production gain from KSM project and production period each. A statement that describes or includes discussions about predictions, expectations, beliefs, plans, projections, goals, or future events or activities (often, but not always, the use of words or phrases such as “expect”, “expect”, ” Plans “” Projects “,” Estimates “,” Images “,” Assumptions “,” Goals “,” Strategies “,” Goals “,” Goals “or its differences or indicates certain actions, events or outcomes” Possible “,” probably “,” will “,” maybe “or” will “are taken, occur Either obtained, or any negative and similar expressions from these terms) are not statements of historical reality and may be statements of future vision.
All future vision statements are based on the current beliefs of Sibridge or its advisors as well as the various assumptions made by them and the information currently available to them. The most important assumptions are outlined above, but generally these assumptions include: (i) the presence and persistence of metals in the project in the estimated degrees; (ii) The geotechnical and metallic characteristics of the stone are consistent with the sample result; The amount of water and the quality of water that must be diverted or treated during mining operations; (iii) Capacity and durability of various machines and equipment; (iv) availability of personnel, machinery and equipment at estimated rates and estimated delivery time; (v) Currency exchange rates; (vi) Metal sales prices; (vii) Reasonable discount rates applied to cash flows in economic analysis; (viii) tax rates and concession rates applicable to the proposed mining operations; (ix) the availability of acceptable funding under the estimated structure and costs; (ix) Estimated mining losses and reductions; (x) Metal activity; (xi) Reasonable urgent needs; (xii) Success in carrying out proposed operations; (xiii) Obtaining licenses and other regulatory approvals with acceptable conditions; (xiv) Successful outcomes of effective agreements and consultations with first country groups; And (xv) the probability of completion of a structure that has undertaken considerably and to obtain consistency in determining whether it has been undertaken considerably. Although management considers these assumptions to be reasonable based on current information, they may prove to be incorrect. Most futures statements are based on the accuracy of other futures statements, such as net current value statements and internal return rates, which are based on many other futures statements and assumptions here. Expenditure information is also provided using values at the time of estimates, but the cost of spending will be in the future and it is assumed that costs will remain constant over a period of time.
By their very nature, future vision statements have real risks and uncertainties, both general and specific, and there are risks that predictions, predictions, projections and other future vision statements will not be obtained or these assumptions do not reflect future experience. We warn readers not to rely on these forthcoming statements unnecessarily as a number of important factors can cause material results to differ materially from beliefs, plans, goals, expectations, assumptions, assumptions and intentions in such a future. Expressed in. Statements These risk factors can generally be described as hazards that the above-mentioned assumptions and assumptions do not occur as a prediction, but specifically, without any limitations: include the mineral content within the material. Risks associated with changes in what are known as mineral deposits or mineral deposits. Forecast Differences in Reconstruction and Extraction Rates The geotechnical characteristics of the rock mining or the infrastructure through which it is formed differs from the forecast, the amount of water that needs to be transported or treated during the mining operation differs from what is expected of the mining Encounters after the operation or shutdown, or the amount of water flow varies; Advances in World Metal Markets; Risks associated with changes in the Canadian dollar against the US dollar; Increase in estimated capital and operating costs or unforeseen costs; Difficulties in attracting the required workforce; Increase in financial costs or negative changes in existing financing conditions, if any; Tax rates or concessions are higher than expected Changes in development or mining plans due to changes in logistics, technical or other factors; Changes in project parameters as plans are modified; Risks associated with obtaining regulatory approvals or the outcome of successful consultations with affected first country groups; Changes in the regulations that apply to the development, operation and closure of mining operations from what currently exists; The effects of competition in the markets where Seabridge operates; Operational and infrastructure risks and additional risks recorded with SEDAR in Canada are described in the Seabridge Annual Information Form (available here). www.sedar.com (For the year ended December 31, 2020 and filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on EDGAR in the Corporation’s Annual Report Form 40-F) is available here. www.sec.gov/edgar.shtml). Seibridge warns that the previous list of factors that may affect future results is not exhaustive.
When relying on our future vision statements to make decisions about sebridges, investors and others must carefully consider the previous factors and other uncertainties and potential events. Siberg does not promise to update the forward-looking statement, whether written or oral, arising from time to time on behalf of Siberg or us, unless required to do so by law.
On behalf of the Board
CEO and CEO
For more information please contact:
Rudy P. Frank, President and CEO
Telephone: (416) 367-9292; Fax: (416) 367-2711
Email: [email protected]
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