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June 4, 2014
05:53 EDTPVGPretium Resources Valley of Kings exploration program underway
Pretium Resources announced the initial results from surface drilling in the Valley of the Kings and provide updates for the Brucejack Project. A surface drilling program comprising three deep geological holes collared near the Brucejack camp and drilled to the south is now underway to test gold mineralization at depth in the Valley of the Kings. The results from hole SU-627 confirm that the gold mineralization extends below the block model for the December 2013 Valley of the Kings Mineral Resource estimate, and demonstrate the significant untested exploration potential at the Valley of the Kings. The high-grade gold intersections encountered between 500 meters and 600 meters down hole in SU-627 are interpreted to be the down dip extension of the northern part of the Valley of the Kings. The mineralization encountered at depth from 900 meters to 1,121 meters down hole is over 500 meters below the deepest intersections used in the December 2013 Valley of the Kings Mineral Resource estimate. Drilling in hole SU-628 has been completed, and drilling in hole SU-629 has just begun.
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March 27, 2015
05:28 EDTPVGPretium Resources issued Environmental Assessment Certificate for Brucejack
Pretium Resources announce that it has been issued an Environmental Assessment Certificate for its Brucejack Project by the British Columbia Minister of the Environment and Minister of Energy and Mines. The Ministers issued the certificate with conditions that have given them the confidence to conclude that the project will be constructed, operated and decommissioned in a way that ensures no significant adverse effects are likely to occur. Pretivm will address these conditions in advance of the start of mine construction which it expects to begin this summer. The environmental review process, which was concluded within the legislated timeframe, was led by British Columbia's Environmental Assessment Office. The process provides for significant opportunities for Aboriginal groups, government agencies and the public to provide input on the potential for environmental, economic, social, heritage and health effects from a proposed project. The federal review of the Brucejack Project by the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency is nearing completion, with an expected referral to the Minister of the Environment later this spring.

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