The Seabee Gold Operation is located in the La Ronge Mining District at the north end of Laonil Lake approximately 125 kilometres northeast of the town of La Ronge, Saskatchewan and about 150 kilometres northwest of Flin Flon, Manitoba.
Topography of the region is characterized by low rocky ridges interspersed with lakes and muskeg. Temperature in the region typically ranges from -13 degrees Fahrenheit (-25 degrees Celsius) in January to 62 degrees Fahrenheit (17 degrees Celsius) in July. Mean annual precipitation is approximately 20 inches per year which includes snowfall from late October to mid-April.
Access to the minesite is by fixed wing aircraft from La Ronge or Flin Flon to an airstrip located on the property. Equipment and bulky or heavier supplies are trucked to the site via a 60 kilometre winter road from Brabant Lake on Highway 102. The winter road is typically in use from January through March.
The Seabee Gold Operation directly supports a workforce of approximately 355 employees with permanent camp facilities. Electrical power is provided by a transmission line to the Operation by the provincial power authority, Saskatchewan Power Corporation.