Cranes, Inc., operating as NCSG Crane & Heavy Haul Corporation, with its joint ventures with various Indigenous groups in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and the Northwest Territories providing crane, lifting and heavy haul services in support of major industrial and commercial projects.
Frontier, on its PAK Lithium Project including: corporate, finance, regulatory, environmental, and aboriginal community relations.
Mackenzie Valley Aboriginal Pipeline Group, regarding the multi-billion dollar Mackenzie Valley Pipeline Project, in the negotiation and structuring of commercial agreements including ownership agreements among various Aboriginal groups and various development, operating, shipping and financing agreements with Imperial Oil, ExxonMobil, ConocoPhillips, Shell and TransCanada Pipelines.
Compensation proceedings before the Métis Settlements Appeals Tribunal respecting oil and gas development on Métis Settlement lands.
Advice regarding Aboriginal consultation in relation to energy project developments on reserve lands and traditional lands of various First Nations in Alberta, Saskatchewan, British Columbia, the Northwest Territories, the Yukon Territory, and Ontario.
First Nations interventions, in various pipeline, oil sands, upgrader, and waste management facility proceedings before the Alberta Energy Resources Conservation Board and the Environmental Appeals Board.
In the Federal Court of Canada, representing a number of petroleum producers in Alberta and in Inuvik
, in the successful interpretation of a production license issued under the Canada Petroleum Resources Act
, and the assessment of royalties payable to the Crown under it. 2007 FC 1234
Safari Club International (Alberta Chapter) and Public Action for Wildlife Society,
in their successful intervention in an appeal relating to Métis hunting rights in Alberta. R. v. Kelley, 2007 ABQB 41
CCS Inc., a waste management company, with an intervention by the Cold Lake First Nation before the Environmental Appeals Board opposing the establishment of an oilfield waste landfill adjacent to reserve lands.
CHC International Inc., CHC Casinos Corporation, CHC Casinos Canada Limited, and Casino Rama Services Inc., with the development of Casino Rama.
CHC International Inc., CHC Casinos Corporation, CHC Casinos Canada Limited, and Casino Rama Services Inc., with the expansion of the Casino Rama complex and a $225 million loan from the Bank of Nova Scotia, which was used to fund costs incurred in connection with the expansion.
CHC International Inc., CHC Casinos Corporation, CHC Casinos Canada Limited, and Casino Rama Services Inc., with the CHC's application as a proponent for the Ontario government's proposed charity gaming clubs, which were to be initiated throughout the Province of Ontario.
Inuvialuit Petroleum Corporation, in the Inuvik Gas Project with AltaGas and Enbridge including negotiation of joint operating, gathering, processing, and transportation agreements, CO&O agreements and gas sales contracts.
Inuvialuit Petroleum Corporation, in its acquisition and divestiture of oil and gas assets in Western Canada.
CHC International Inc., CHC Casinos Corporation, CHC Casinos Canada Limited, and Casino Rama Services Inc., in a $160 million term credit facility with the Bank of Nova Scotia and various other financial Institutions.
Inuvialuit Land Corporation and Inuvialuit Regional Corporation, in structuring, drafting and negotiating concession agreements regarding the Inuvik and Tuktoyaktuk blocks in the Mackenzie Delta.
ATCO Frontec, with its joint ventures with Fort McKay First Nation regarding the development of work camp accommodation projects in the Northern Alberta.
ATCO Frontec, with its joint ventures with various aboriginal groups in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut.