Seabridge Gold (SA -0.2%) says new assay results from the additional 10 drill holes at the Camp...

Seabridge Gold (SA -0.2%) says new assay results from the additional 10 drill holes at the Camp Zone in British Columbia include 10 intercepts above 10 grams/ton of gold, confirming the high-grade nature of the deposit. SA plans a $15M 2013 exploration program to further define the Camp Zone, as well as the Deep Kerr and other high-grade targets.

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  • PeakOiler
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    Pretty pathetic, nothing like the headlines suggest. Silver grades uneconomic even if 600 metres of it, gold grades highish but over a few metres of the 1/3rd mile holes. SA has gotten more mileage out of moose pasture than any driller in the history of mining.
    16 Jan 2013, 02:50 PM Reply Like
  • Vespasian
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    The above comment has the earmarks of bblemming's flair and style, bblemming being a paid professional stock basher. View more of his exciting offerings over at the Yahoo Seabridge Gold Message Board (!
    17 Jan 2013, 03:26 AM Reply Like
  • Cato B.
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    They are trying to comparing their poor intercepts with Pretium's neighboring Brucejack deposit - but Pretium´s grades are 400 times higher. Ridiculous headline ...
    17 Jan 2013, 05:45 AM Reply Like
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