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Pacific Booker Minerals Inc. Announces that the Morrison Project Consulting Firm, Klohn Crippen Berger, will Provide Expert Advice to Mt. Polley Review Panel

Vancouver BC, November 10, 2014: Pacific Booker Minerals Inc. is pleased to announce that the B.C. Government has awarded engineering firm Klohn Crippen Berger (“KCB”) a $1.5-million contract to help with the investigation into Imperial Metals’ Mount Polley mine tailings dam collapse by providing “expert advice” to the chief inspector of mines and other investigators conducting the forensic investigation into the tailings dam breach.

KCB is the engineering firm that conducted the geotechnical, tailings and waste rock storage design and management, water management and environmental effects assessment for the Company’s Morrison Project.

Details of the governments’ contract with KCB may be viewed on the BC Bid site (where companies can bid on government contracts).

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“Erik Tornquist”
Erik Tornquist, Director


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