Former Canadian foreign minister, former U.S. House speaker join Barrick advisory board

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By Kristy Kirkup
Canadian Broadcasting Corp., Toronto
Saturday, March 28, 2015

Former Canadian foreign affairs minister John Baird has a new job as an adviser to global mining giant Barrick Gold, the corporation has confirmed.

In its annual report, the company listed Baird and former U.S. lawmaker Newt Gingrich as members of its international advisory board.

Barrick Gold says the group is made up of 10 external advisers who meet about once a year to provide advice to the board of directors and management on geopolitical and strategic matters. ...

... For the remainder of the report:

http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/john-baird-ex-foreign-affairs-minister-t...



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