Catherine Grygar

Catherine Grygar Partner

Representative Work
  • AltaGas Canada Inc. in connection with its C$1.7B acquisition by the Public Sector Pension Investment Board and the Alberta Teachers' Retirement Fund Board.
  • Pembina Pipeline Corporation in its C$4.35B acquisition of Kinder Morgan Canada Limited and the U.S. portion of the Cochin Pipeline system.
  • West Campus Development Trust in its mixed use development of 190 acres of land adjacent to the University of Calgary campus having a projected build out of nine million square feet, under a ground lease structure from the University of Calgary.
  • Newfield Exploration Co., as Canadian counsel, in its C$5.5B acquisition by Encana Corp.
  • Cheung Kong Infrastructure Holdings Limited and Power Assets Holdings Limited in their C$1.7B acquisition of a 65% indirect ownership interest in select heavy oil pipeline and storage assets from Husky Energy in Alberta and Saskatchewan, and related joint venture, financing and commercial arrangements.
  • Hokuetsu Kishu Paper Co., Ltd., as Canadian counsel, in its C$75M acquisition of Alpac Forest Products Incorporated and Alpac Pulp Sales Inc. from Mitsubishi Corporation and Oji Holdings Corporation.
  • AltaGas Idemitsu Joint Venture Limited Partnership in its C$880M acquisition of a two-thirds ownership interest in Petrogas Energy Corp.
  • The City of Calgary in the sale transaction and joint development arrangements for the mixed use strata space development with Kanas Shelter Corporation for the Lumino affordable housing and market housing development.
  • A major retailer in connection with its leasing matters in Alberta.
  • Canada Lands Company CLC Limited (Canada Lands), an arm's length self-financing Federal Crown corporation, in connection with the disposition and development activities of a former 400 acre Canadian Forces Base in Calgary.
  • Canada Lands, in connection with its Village at Griesbach development in Edmonton, Alberta.
  • Baywest Homes, in connection with its various credit facilities.
  • Bordeaux Developments Corporation in its development of a 1,700 mixed use development in Rocky View County, Alberta.
  • Bordeaux Developments, in connection with its proposed acquisition of one of Alberta’s largest home builders.
  • Various developers of wind and solar power projects in Alberta.
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