VANCOUVER, May 05, 2011—PwC will release the results of its latest annual BC Mining Industry report at a news conference for media and industry representatives on Tuesday May 10 as part of BC Mining Week. The PwC survey examines the 2010 aggregate year-over-year financial performance of the province’s metal and coal mining operations, mines in the permitted or active permitting stage, those in the advanced exploration stage, and mines in the reclamation stage. PwC has been conducting this annual survey since 1968.
A summary of the key findings will be presented by:
A panel of industry and BC Government representatives will provide remarks on the implications of the findings of PwC’s survey and the outlook for BC’s mining industry. Panelists will be:
The PwC Annual BC Mining Report news conference
Tuesday, May 10, 2011 at 10:00 a.m. PDT
Pan Pacific Hotel, Oceanview Suite 5, #300 — 999 Canada Place, Vancouver, BC
Accredited media are welcome to attend the news conference; please pre-register.
Contact: Jim Nelson, PwC, at: firstname.lastname@example.org, or +1 604 806 7047.
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