Ronin Equity Partners, LLC in its acquisition of Minus Forty Corporation and QBD Inc., leaders in the manufacture and distribution of freezers, coolers and refrigerated merchandising products.
Storytel, a Swedish audiobook and e-book streaming services provider, in its acquisition of Audiobooks.com from KKR.
PowerSchool in its acquisition of Chalk.com Education.
Lineage Logistics, an international refrigerated warehousing and storage company owned by Bay Grove Capital, on its acquisition of VersaCold Logistics Services, a Canadian refrigerated warehousing company with fully integrated logistics capabilities, from Torquest Partners, The Investment Management Corporation of Ontario and OPTrust.
CF Acquisition Corp. VI, a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) sponsored by Cantor Fitzgerald, as Canadian counsel on its business combination with Rumble Inc., a high growth neutral video distribution platform with an international user/subscriber base, valued at an initial enterprise value of US$2.1-billion.
Datasite LLC, a portfolio company of CapVest Partners LLP, in its acquisition of Firmex Inc., a leading virtual data room and subscription file-sharing provider.
The Watermill Group, in its acquisition of Weston Forest Products Inc., a leading distributor and remanufacturer of softwood and hardwood lumber and specialty panel products across North America.
Bird Construction Inc., in its $96.5-million merger with Stuart Olson Inc.
Riverstone Holdings LLC, as Canadian counsel, in its acquisition of International-Matex Tank Terminals from Macquarie Infrastructure Corporation for US$2.67 billion.
Stone Canyon Industries Holdings LLC and Kissner Group Holdings, as Canadian counsel, in their US$3.2-billion agreement to acquire K+S Aktiengesellschaft's North and South American salt business, including Morton Salt and Windsor Salt.
True Wind Capital and its portfolio company, Transflo, in Transflo's approximately $20-million acquisition of Microdea, a document management software company in the transportation and logistics sector.
Canadian Utilities Limited, an ATCO company, in the sale of its entire Canadian fossil fuel-based electricity generation portfolio for approximately $835 million, which was completed in three stages, through the sale of its interest in the Cory project in Saskatchewan to SaskPower International Inc., a sale of its interest in the Brighton Beach project in Ontario to Ontario Power Generation Inc., and a sale of the balance of the applicable generation assets through a sale of its equity interest in ATCO Power Canada Ltd. to Heartland Generation Ltd., an affiliate of Energy Capital Partners.
Diversified, in its acquisition of the business of Advanced Presentation Products.
1908 GP Inc., in the formation of 1908 LP and the formation and capitalization of POI Holdings LP by a syndicate of private Canadian investors led by Cody Church, on behalf of Clear North Capital, together with a team that included Rakesh Saraf (formerly of ATRF) and Kenny Albert (formerly of Kilmer Capital), and the acquisition of a majority interest in the business of POI Business Interiors Inc., a provider of workspace environment solutions and a Steelcase distributer in Ontario.
Wilbur-Ellis Holdings II, Inc., in its acquisition of Nachurs Alpine Solutions.
Devon Canada Corporation and Devon Canada Crude Marketing Corporation, in their approx. $3.8-billion sale of substantially all of their assets to Canadian Natural Resources Limited.
Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc., in its approximately US$300-million acquisition of RPM Technologies.
Kissner Group Holdings LP, completed its acquisition of NSC Minerals Ltd., a market-leading provider of salt products in Western Canada and the North Central United States, from an investor group led by Altas Partners.
Canadian counsel to Conagra Brands, Inc. in its $10-9 billion acquisition of Pinnacle Foods Inc.
Longview Aviation Capital Corp., in its acquisition of the Dash 8 program from Bombardier Inc.
Klondex Mines Ltd., in its US$462-million acquisition by Hecla Mining Company pursuant to a Plan of Arrangement.
The Board of Directors of Sears Canada, in Sears' CCAA proceedings, one of the largest court-supervised liquidations in Canadian history.
Schlumberger Production Management, on the purchase of the Palliser Block assets in Alberta from Cenovus Energy Inc. for cash consideration of $1.3 billion.
Canadian Natural Resources Limited, in completing C$12.74-billion acquisition of a 70 percent working interest in the Athabasca Oil Sands Project and other oil sands assets.
Cenovus Energy Inc., in its $17.7-billion acquisition of ConocoPhillips’ Deep Basin conventional assets in Alberta and British Columbia and 50% interest in the FCCL Partnership
Northern Transportation Company Ltd., counsel for the CCAA debtors
Stantec Inc., in its $1.25 billion credit facilities to finance, in part, the successful acquisition of MWH Global, Inc. for approximately US$793 million.
Waste Connections, Inc., in an approximately $13 billion merger with Progressive Waste Solutions Ltd.
Precision Castparts Corp., in its US$560 million acquisition of Noranco from MidOcean Partners and PSP Investments.
Extendicare Inc., a leading provider of care and services for seniors throughout Canada, in the $83 million acquisition of the home health business of Revera Inc.
Newalta Corporation, in the sale of its Industrial Division to Revolution Acquisition LP, a company formed by Birch Hill Equity Partners, for cash proceeds of $300 million.
Repsol S.A., in the proposed $15.1 billion acquisition of Talisman Energy Inc.
Canadian counsel to Regal Beloit Corporation, in the US$1.44 billion world-wide acquisition of the Power Transmission Solutions business (“PTS”) of Emerson Electric Co.
Harvest Operations Corp., in the sale of its subsidiary North Atlantic Refining Limited (NARL) to SilverRange Financial Partners LLC. The sale includes NARL's Canadian refining and marketing businesses in Newfoundland.
ATCO Ltd., in the disposition of ATCO I-Tek Inc. and ATCO's Australian IT operations to affiliates of Wipro Ltd. ("Wipro") for aggregate sale proceeds of approximately $210 million.
Darling International Inc., in its acquisition of all the assets of Rothsay, a division of Maple Leaf Foods Inc., for approximately $645 million.
Glencore International, in its acquisition of all the outstanding shares of Viterra for approximately $6.1 billion by way of a plan of arrangement and the sale of certain assets of Viterra to each of Agrium and Richardson International for aggregate proceeds of approximately $2.6 billion.
Flint Energy Services, in its acquisition by URS Corp for $1.25 billion pursuant to a plan of arrangement.
The Sterling Group, in its acquisition of the Liqui-Box Corporation ("Liqui-Box") from DuPont.
Meridian Credit Union, in its merger with Desjardins Credit Union to create Ontario's largest credit union with 263,000 members and $8 billion in assets under management.
CUNA Mutual Group, in its acquisition by Co-operators Life Insurance and Central 1 Credit Union.
The committee of first lien and second lien secured creditors, in the US$1.5 billion restructuring of Gateway Casinos & Entertainment Limited by way of a plan of arrangement.