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Barrick Gold Corporation (ABX)

3/23/2005 Proxy Information

During 2004, one senior officer had a loan outstanding from the Company (other than ‘‘routine indebtedness’’ under applicable Canadian securities and corporate laws). (Table on page 21 of proxy)

As at March 1, 2005, the aggregate amount of indebtedness owed to the Company or its subsidiaries by all present and former directors, officers and employees of Barrick and its subsidiaries for purposes other than in connection with purchase of securities (other than ‘‘routine indebtedness’’ under applicable Canadian securities laws) was approximately $600,000. As at March 1, 2005, there was no outstanding indebtedness (other than ‘‘routine indebtedness’’ under applicable Canadian securities laws) to the Company or its subsidiaries by all present and former directors, officers and employees of Barrick and its subsidiaries made in connection with the purchase of securities of the Company or any of its subsidiaries.

Anthony Munk is a family member of Peter Munk's.

The Right Honourable Brian Mulroney is a director of Barrick and is also employed as Chairman of its International Advisory Board. Mr. Mulroney acts as an ambassador and business and policy advisor for Barrick, advancing Barrick’s interests in various areas, including South America, Africa, Asia and the former Soviet Union. In his capacity as Chairman of the International Advisory Board, Mr. Mulroney receives an annual salary, bonus and other compensation. Mr. Mulroney is also a partner of Ogilvy Renault, Montręeal, Quęebec, a law firm which from time to time provides legal services to Barrick.

3/17/2004 Proxy Information

Anthony Munk is a family member of Peter Munk's.

The Right Honourable Brian Mulroney is a director of Barrick and, as Chairman of its International Advisory Board, receives a salary. Mr. Mulroney is also a partner of Ogilvy Renault, Montreal, Quebec, which from time to time provides legal services to Barrick.

Mr. J. E. Thompson, has entered into a consulting agreement with Barrick under which he received fees totaling $285,000 during 2003.

As at March 1, 2004, the aggregate amount of indebtedness owed to the Company by all present and former directors, officers and employees of Barrick and its subsidiaries, excluding routine indebtedness, was approximately $5.2 million.

4/9/2003 Proxy Information

The Right Honourable Brian Mulroney is a director of Barrick and, as Chairman of its International Advisory Board, receives a salary. Mr. Mulroney is also a partner of Ogilvy Renault, Montreal, Quebec, which from time to time provides legal services to Barrick.

During 2002, one executive officer had a loan outstanding from the Company. Patrick J. Garver, Executive Vice-President and General Counsel, Toronto, Ontario, received a loan from the Company to purchase his residence in 1994. The loan to Mr. Garver was secured against the residence, was non-interest bearing and was denominated in Canadian dollars. The largest amount outstanding during 2002 was $560,110. The rate of exchange used to convert to United States dollars is the Bank of Canada noon rate on January 2, 2002. The loan was repaid in full on March 25, 2003. As at March 1, 2003, the aggregate amount of indebtedness owed to the Company by all present and former directors, officers and employees of Barrick and its subsidiaries, excluding routine indebtedness, was approximately $6.4 million.