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COI Panel Meeting Report: March 2006

Meeting of the Community of Interest Advisory Panel Summary Report, March 7-8, 2006, Toronto, ON

This report presents a summary of discussions from the March 7-8, 2006 meeting of the TSM Community of Interest (COI) Advisory Panel (“the Panel”), including decisions on the work of the Panel and recommendations to the Mining Association of Canada (MAC). Any dissenting views have been identified and recorded.

The Panel meeting consisted of a working dinner on March 7 and a full-day meeting on March 8. During the working dinner Panel members were provided with an update on TSM as well as an overview of the two-year panel review results. The remainder of agenda items was taken up at the meeting on March 8.

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