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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
New Video Highlights Aboriginal Program at PDAC Convention
Toronto, October 12, 2012—The Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) released a promotional video today for the PDAC Convention’s Aboriginal Program. The video, which highlights Aboriginal-related sessions from the 2012 Convention, can be viewed on the PDAC website: http://www.pdac.ca/aboriginal/video/.
The Aboriginal Program is a highlight of the PDAC Convention and is a venue for Aboriginal communities and companies and the mineral industry to network, foster relationships, create partnerships and share knowledge.
The PDAC 2013 Aboriginal Program will include:
Over the past few years, the PDAC has increasingly used the Convention as an opportunity to enhance industry awareness of Aboriginal affairs and to showcase successful partnerships between Aboriginal communities and exploration and mining companies.
The PDAC Convention is the premier networking and financing event for the mineral industry worldwide. In 2012, the PDAC Convention attracted more than 30,000 attendees from 125 countries. The event featured more than 500 mineral exploration and mining company exhibitors and over 400 other exhibitors including national, provincial and territorial governments. Also in attendance were more than 500 self-identified Aboriginal delegates.
Join us for PDAC 2013, March 3 – 6 in Toronto – Registration begins in December!
About the PDAC
The Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) is a national association representing the mineral exploration and development industry. The PDAC has more than 10,000 individual and corporate members, and encourages the highest standards of technical, environmental, safety and social practices in Canada and around the world. Areas covered by the association’s wide range of advocacy work include Aboriginal affairs, corporate social responsibility (CSR), finance and taxation, geosciences, human resources, education, business insurance, land access, and securities regulations.
Lesley Williams Scott Cavan
Program Manager, Issues and Advocacy Program Director, Aboriginal Affairs
416-362-1969 Ext. 294 416-362-1969 Ext. 229
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