Toronto, Ontario February 20, 2013 - AurCrest Gold Inc. (the "Company" or "AurCrest") is pleased to report that it has filed with the Ministry of Northern Development and Mines for an exploration permit to carry out 6,000 metres of drilling, fly airborne geophysics and conduct ground based geophysics. Under the new Mining Act in Ontario, companies will be required to file for and receive a work permit before work may be carried out. This new law is currently at the voluntary election of the mining/exploration companies, and will be mandatory as of April 2013.
AurCrest would also like to inform the public that Ian Brodie-Brown, President and CEO will be speaking at this year's PDAC mining convention in Toronto. Ian will join a panel discussion on Tuesday March 5th at 2pm during the Aboriginal session "Examining Company - Community Agreements in the Mineral Sector". The talk will be held in Room 717, located in the South Building of the Metro Toronto Convention Centre and will be open to delegates and the public.
About AurCrest Gold Inc.
AurCrest Gold is a mineral exploration company focused on the acquisition, exploration, and development of gold properties. AurCrest has a portfolio of properties in Ontario, which include the Richardson Lake and Bridget Lake gold properties.
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Ian Brodie-Brown(416) 883-3838
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