Angela’s practice covers a wide range of corporate and commercial matters.
She has acted for clients with private and public mergers and acquisitions, banking and corporate finance, securities offerings, corporate governance and other corporate matters. She has also assisted clients with issuances of structured products and mortgage-backed securities.
Before joining our firm, she played a key role in the development of an in-house legal team for a technology startup.
Acted as lead transaction counsel for Innovate Energy, a consortium consisting of ENGIE Services Canada, PCL Constructors Canada, PCL Investments Canada and Black & McDonald in its contract to modernize, maintain and operate the district energy system that heats 80 buildings and cools 67 buildings, including the Parliament buildings, in Canada's capital region. This mandate is part of the Government of Canada's Energy Services Acquisition Program and it will contribute to the Government's goal to reduce its energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions from its own operations by 40% by 2030.
CBHP Limited Partnership
Acted as lead transaction counsel for CBHP Limited Partnership in its approximately $750-million contract to design, build, finance and maintain the Corner Brook Acute Care Hospital Project in Corner Brook, Newfoundland. The new facility will be attached to the Corner Brook Long Term Care Hospital and will be seven storeys, 600,000 square feet and have 164 beds. Over the course of construction, which is expected to be completed in 2023, the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador said it expects an estimated 4,000 person years of employment and $460 million in GDP to be created.
Management Systems Resources Inc.
Acted for Management Systems Resources Inc., a leading provider of automated global trade compliance software solutions, in the sale of the Visual Compliance and eCustoms business to Descartes Systems Group for $330 million.
Fengate Capital Management
Acted for Fengate Capital Management in its acquisition of the Heartland Petrochemical Complex's Central Utility Block (CUB) cogeneration facility from Inter Pipeline Ltd. and the project financing for the development, construction and operation of the CUB.
LA Gateway Partners
Acted as lead transaction counsel for LA Gateway Partners in its approximately US$2-billion contract to design, build, finance, operate and maintain the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) Consolidated Rent-A-Car Facility (ConRAC) development project. The development of the new facility will consolidate the operations of rental car agencies at LAX, which are currently spread across 23 separate properties surrounding the airport. Comprising 5.3 million square feet, the LAX ConRAC will be the largest ConRAC facility ever built.
Acted for Sentry Investments in its $780-million acquisition by CI Financial Corp. in a transaction that combines two of Canada's largest independent active asset managers.
Agnico Eagle Mines Limited
Acted for Agnico Eagle Mines Limited in connection with its strategic equity investment in Otis Gold Corp. and negotiation of an investor rights agreement.
BMO Nesbitt Burns Inc. and TD Securities Inc.
Acted for BMO Nesbitt Burns Inc. and TD Securities Inc., as placement agents, and The Toronto-Dominion Bank and Bank of Montréal, as lenders, in connection with the private placement of $400 million aggregate principal amount of 3.310% Fixed Rate Senior Secured Notes due November 30, 2029 by, and the establishment of $33.5 million of credit facilities for, H2O Power Limited Partnership, a joint venture between Public Sector Pension Investment Board and BluEarth Renewables Inc., that owns and operates eight hydroelectric generating facilities in Ontario with a total installed capacity of approximately 142 MW. H2O Power Limited Partnership is the third largest provider of hydroelectric power in Ontario.
GSO Capital Partners LP
Acted for GSO Capital Partners LP and its affiliates in the negotiation and establishment of two credit facilities, and the acquisition of substantially all of the assets of Grafton-Fraser Inc., former owner of Tip Top Tailors and other men's retail chains across Canada, pursuant to the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act.
Acted for McKesson Corporation, a leading international healthcare services and information technology company, in connection with its $3-billion acquisition of Rexall and Rexall Pharma Plus, which operate approximately 470 pharmacies in Canada, from Katz Group, one of Canada's largest privately owned enterprises.
Davies Governance Insights 2019, contributor
Oct. 03, 2019 - Davies Governance Insights 2019 is a comprehensive report that analyzes the governance trends and issues most important to Canadian public companies. Now in its ninth edition, Governance Insights is designed to be a playbook for navigating the diverse and complex challenges facing...
Davies Governance Insights 2018
Oct. 03, 2018 - Davies’ annual Governance Insights reports analyze the top governance trends and issues important to Canadian boards, senior management, in-house counsel and governance observers...