About the Report

Boundary and Limitations

This report covers Goldcorp’s managed operations. In 2015, we had eight operating sites in four countries under our management: Canada, Mexico, Guatemala and Argentina. Data that is reported in the following sections: Our Company, Key Statistics, Contributions to and from Government, and Mine Closure follows the reporting procedures utilized in our Management’s Discussion and Analysis (MD&A) for the year ended December 31, 2015. Some, where noted, are non-GAAP measures on an attributable basis, which include discontinued operations and our share of Alumbrera and Pueblo Viejo.

The table below summarizes Goldcorp’s sites. There were no specific limitations on the scope or boundary of this report.

Site Location Type of site Management % Information reported
Musselwhite Ontario, Canada Operation 100% Fully reported
Porcupine Gold Mines Ontario, Canada Operation 100% Fully reported
Red Lake Gold Mines Ontario, Canada Operation 100% Fully reported
Éléonore Québec, Canada Operation 100% Fully reported
Los Filos Guerrero, Mexico Operation 100% Fully reported
Peñasquito Zacatecas, Mexico Operation 100% Fully reported
Marlin Guatemala Operation 100% Fully reported
Cerro Negro Santa Cruz, Argentina Operation 100% Fully reported
Borden Ontario, Canada Exploration project 100% Select data reported
Camino Rojo Zacatecas, Mexico Exploration project 100% Select data reported
Cerro Blanco Guatemala Exploration project 100% Select data reported
Cochenour Ontario, Canada Exploration project 100% Select data reported
El Sauzal Chihuahua, Mexico Closed 100% Select data reported
Equity Silver British Columbia, Canada Closed 100% Select data reported
San Martin San Ignacio, Honduras Closed 100% Select data reported
Alumbrera Catamarca, Argentina Operation – joint venture 37.5% Managed by Glencore plc. Select data reported, where noted.
Pueblo Viejo Dominican Republic Operation – joint venture 40% Managed by Barrick Gold Corporation. Select data reported, where noted.
NuevaUnion Atacama, Chile Exploration project – joint venture 50% Managed with Teck Resources. Select data reported, where noted.