SOURCE: Peace Arch Entertainment Group Inc.

November 16, 2006 11:13 ET

Peace Arch Entertainment Announces to Host "Emerging Growth Forum" Webcast Highlighting Auriga Laboratories, MultiCell Technologies, Peace Arch Entertainment and Titan Global


CEOs to Spotlight High-Growth Business Models During Web Forum Slated for November 22, 2006

SAN DIEGO, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- November 16, 2006 -- Peace Arch Entertainment (AMEX: PAE) (TSX: PAE) announces its appearance at Emerging Growth forum., a leading investment newsletter committed to discovering tomorrow's smallcap breakthroughs, has announced that its Emerging Growth Forum will be webcast on November 22, starting at 12 noon Eastern.

The Emerging Growth Forum will feature chief executives of the following four smallcap companies, who will present their strategic visions for growth in a variety of industries, from biotechnology to telecommunications to entertainment.

-- Auriga Laboratories
-- MultiCell Technologies
-- Peace Arch Entertainment
-- Titan Global Holdings
This live over-the-Internet video presentation employs a fast-moving, highly informative format designed specifically for the smallcap and microcap investor. The Forum will feature on-camera presentations by Chief Executive Officers Philip S. Pesin of Auriga Laboratories, Dr. Stephen Chang of MultiCell Technologies, Bryan Chance of Titan Global Holdings and Peace Arch Entertainment President John Flock.

Investment commentator Dr. John Faessel, publisher of, will deliver the Forum's keynote address. Dr. Faessel, a well-known authority on smallcap investment strategies, will discuss high-growth investment opportunities.

"Microcap investing requires the ability to grasp what is visionary about a company, and to see the potential of new products and services to change a marketplace and the way people live," said Dr. Faessel. "The most successful microcap investors have to have the ability to embrace that insight rather than relying on traditional metrics and business analyses."

The Forum will last approximately 20 minutes. There is no need to pre-register. To view the webcast, visit five or ten minutes prior to the start time and log on. The conference is free of charge and open to all interested investors.

For those unable to view the initial webcast, the Forum will be archived for replay at


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