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Mining For A Heart of Gold

Are you a mining dudette or dude? Live in Toronto or thereabouts? Do you care about other people? Do you want a great night out with fun and frolics guaranteed?
If you’ve just answered “YES” to those four questions make space in your diary on

Because that’s the date for the annual Mining for a Heart of Gold gala event. THIS IS AN UNMISSABLE EVENING so don’t even think about this. CLICK THIS LINK NOW, read the page, get in contact with the organizers and reserve your tickets right now. 

Really, what else could you ask for? You get a great night out, you get to help people less fortunate than yourself, you show the whole wide world that the Canadian mining industry is out there as a force for good and human causes. Click here to read the MFAHOG page. Buy your ticket. Donate a bit of spare cash if you like (non-obligatory, I might add). Here’s a little blurb from the website front page to give you an idea:

“Every year Mining For A Heart of Gold invites Canada’s most influential mining and junior resource stakeholders to play a leadership role in celebrating and supporting an outstanding charity. Some of the biggest names and companies in the mining and resource industry have helped Mining For a Heart of Gold raise more than $40,000.00 per event and improve the lives of millions of Canadians. 

“This year’s gala event at the Strathcona Hotel in Toronto celebrates the Jean Tweed Centre, a leading community-based substance abuse and problem gambling agency for women in Ontario. The evening kicks off at 4 p.m. and features critically-acclaimed bands such as Candice Chantrell and Canteen Knockout.

On the night of the event, Thursday, November 4th, corporate and private donors receive high-profile recognition, media coverage and inclusion in all collateral materials. Donors also receive year-round brand promotion on the Mining For A Heart of Gold website.

“The mining and resource industry has always had a heart of gold. On November 4th, join us and hundreds of your industry’s top stakeholders as we drill down and offer a hand up to the courageous, heart-of-gold women staying at the Jean Tweed Centre”

When: Thursday, November 4th, 2010
Doors open at 4:00 p.m. (until last call!)
Where: Strathcona Hotel, Main lobby and Ante Rooms
65 York Street, Toronto
Major intersection: Wellington and York
After Party: Strathcona Pub (hotel’s lower level)
65 York Street, Toronto
Major intersection: Wellington and York

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