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Pacific Booker Minerals Inc
Symbol BKM
Shares Issued 16,816,969
Close 2023-07-04 C$ 0.60
Market Cap C$ 10,090,181
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Pacific Booker says Lake Babine chief refuses talks

2023-07-05 16:07 ET - News Release

Mr. John Plourde reports

PACIFIC BOOKER MINERALS INC. ANNOUNCES ANNUALS POSTED AND UPDATE

Pacific Booker Minerals Inc.'s audited annual financial statements and management's discussion and analysis for the period ended Jan. 31, 2023, have been filed on SEDAR and are available on its website. Please complete the area on that page to request a copy sent by regular mail. The mailing information provided will be used for that purpose only.

The company's 20-F report for the year ended Jan. 31, 2023, has been filed on the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's EDGAR website and is available on its website.

Also, the annual general meeting of the company will be held at the company's office on Thursday, July 13, at 1:30 p.m. The notice and information circular have been posted on SEDAR.

One of its directors, Erik Tornquist, will be retiring, effective July 12. The company would like to express its appreciation for his years of service and to wish him all the best for his retirement.

Since the February, 2022, refusal to grant the EAC, Pacific Booker has continued to request a meeting with the Lake Babine Nation chief. The LBN chief has responded to the company's letters, but unfortunately, the chief has not consented to meet with the company. The chief and council continue to claim that the open-pit mine would destroy an environmentally sensitive area and put the water and salmon at risk. The opinion of the scientific professionals who studied the project does not support that statement. Pacific Booker has requested a meeting to allow it to provide information on the improvements envisioned for the Morrison project and to hear the specific concerns of the LBN and to provide the information needed to address those concerns. The proposed mine has been extensively designed and redesigned to conform to the best of modern practices with respect to acid rock management, metal leaching prevention and tailings storage practices. It is expected that as designed, the mine and site will require a closure plan that may require water quality management for a few years after closure, not likely exceeding five to seven, before natural drainage will be fully restored.

We seek Safe Harbor.

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