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Maya Gold & Silver: NI43-101 technical report to be filed on December 21, 2010
Montreal, Quebec, December 8, 2010 – Maya Gold & Silver (TSX-V: MYA) (“MAYA” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: MYA) would like to inform that unlike what was previously stated in its latest press release, it is now anticipated that filing of the NI 43-101 technical report on the initial resources of its Amizmiz project in Morocco, will be filed on or before December 21, 2010.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Company was not able to meet the filing deadline requirement of December 3, 2010. The Company has appointed, Mr. Michel Boily, PhD., P. Geo. Qualified Person under NI43-101 standards, to validate the resource estimate calculation prepared by a Non-Independent Qualified Person, Luc Lamarche, P.Geo, consultant of the Company and announced by the Company on October 19, 2010.
Maya Gold & Silver Inc. is a Canadian Mining Company, listed on the TSX Venture Exchange that focuses on the exploration and development of gold and silver deposits. The Company is committed to developing and adding value to its primary property, Amizmiz gold and silver project in Morocco.
For further information on Maya visit www.mayagoldsilver.com or contact:
Maya Gold & Silver Inc.:
President & Chief Executive Officer
T: 450-435-0700 ext. 204
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