VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - May 25, 2011) - Cambridge House International will conduct a two-day Critical Metals Investment Symposium June 3-4 at the Westin Bayshore Hotel in Vancouver, B.C.

Critical and rare-earth metals projects are in high demand as increased Asian consumption has begun to absorb the preponderance of available mine output from China for these metals. China currently is the world's largest supplier of these metals, which are crucial in a wide variety of industrial, aerospace and electronic applications, from jet engines to flat-screen TV displays to dyes in paint.

"The developing world supply crisis of critical metals will be met only by the determination and imagination of Canadian mineral exploration companies that will find, over time, and with the assistance of financial organizations and end user manufacturers, mineable deposits of these metals," said Joe Martin, Chairman, Cambridge House International, Inc.

The two-day symposium will be the world's most comprehensive effort to connect investors, explorers, near-term producers and end-users of critical and rare-earth metals.

"As many of these metals are not traded on the usual commodity exchanges, end-users will need to secure their supplies directly with near-term producers, or invest in projects that can become near-term production opportunities," Martin continued.

Presenters at the symposium thus far scheduled include: John Kaiser, Bottom Fish Report; Dr. Michael Berry, Morning Notes; Thomas Drolet, Drolet& Associates Energy Services; Ron Stravlo, TDK Ferrites Corp.; Clint Cox, the Anchor House; David Coffin, HRA Advisories, and; Dr. Jon Hykawy, Byron Capital Markets.

Registration details and agenda updates are available at the Cambridge House Critical Materials Investment Symposium website.

Following the Symposium will be Cambridge House International's World Resource Investment Conference June 5-6 at the Vancouver Convention Centre (East) adjacent to the Pan Pacific Hotel.

Further information may be obtained at

Contact Information:

Cambridge House International
Nicole Evans
Toll-Free (U.S. and Canada) 877-363-3356

Cambridge House International
Joe Martin
Toll-Free (U.S. and Canada) 877-363-3356