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Firesteel to host road show, exhibits and presentations in Calgary, Smithers, Burns Lake and Prince George

by NationTalk on April 15, 2008568 Views

Monday, 14 April 2008

Mr. Walter Wakula, President and CEO of Firesteel Resources Inc. (“Firesteel” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that Company representatives will be exhibiting and presenting at the Calgary Mining Forum on Wednesday and Thursday, April 16th and 17th, 2008, exhibiting and hosting a town hall meeting at the Minerals North Tradeshow in Smithers, B.C. on Thursday and Friday, April 17th and 18th, hosting a town hall meeting in Burns Lake on Saturday, April 19th and hosting a town hall meeting in Prince George on Sunday, April 20th. The board and management invite interested persons to visit the exhibits and encourage all to attend the town hall meetings where representatives will share information on developments with the Company and its planned exploration program for 2008.Firesteel will be exhibiting at the Calgary Mining Forum to be held at the Ramada Hotel in downtown Calgary on Wednesday, April 16thth. The Company will also be presenting a paper entitled “Integrating Junior Oil Sands with Junior Mining” on Wednesday afternoon at 4:10 P.M. to showcase the business premise and strategy for start up and development of its Blacksteel Oil Sands affiliate.

The Company will also be exhibiting at the Minerals North Tradeshow in Smithers, B.C. on Thursday, April, 17th and Friday, April 18th. Firesteel representatives will host a town hall meeting for current and prospective shareholders to be held in the Driftwood Room at the Hudson Bay Lodge on Friday, April 18th from 7:00 to 9:00 P.M. Firesteel will also host a meeting in Smithers with the Tahltan Central Council to explain its plans and to present findings of the archaeological assessment the Company had commissioned of native heritage sites on its Copper Creek property. This is part of Firesteel’s historic and active engagement with members of the Tahltan First Nation community.

On Saturday, April 19th at 7:00 P.M. Firesteel will host a town hall meeting for current and prospective investors in Burns Lake, B.C. at the Heritage Room of the Visitor Information Centre.

On Sunday, April 20th at 7:00 P.M. Firesteel will host a town hall meeting for current and prospective investors at the Days Inn in Prince George, B.C.

In announcing the road show and exhibits, President and CEO Walter Wakula said: “In the current equity market environment it is extremely important for our current and prospective investors to be informed and to understand what we have accomplished and where we are going with our business – to get the message out. We are truly excited about the opportunity the coming trade shows and the road show provide for us to get this message out and to share our vision with the investing public.”

Firesteel is a junior exploration company which explores for and develops quality precious and base metal prospects in the resource rich Stikine Arch area of British Columbia, and in the NWT and Mexico. Firesteel has recently been actively drilling and trenching on its Copper Creek property in northern British Columbia with strong showings of copper and gold mineralization. Firesteel has entered the oil sands business through its purchase of oil sands leases in the Peace River Area of Alberta and through its shareholdings in Blacksteel Oil Sands Inc., a junior oil sands operator.


“Walter Wakula”
Walter Wakula, President and CEO

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