Lexpert Special Editions

Special Edition on Infrastructure 2017

The Lexpert Special Editions profiles selected Lexpert-ranked lawyers whose focus is in Corporate, Infrastructure, Energy and Litigation law and relevant practices. It also includes feature articles on legal aspects of Canadian business issues.

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P . 4 HOW P3 SHAPED VANCOUVER By Sandra Rubin P . 5 LEXPERT-RANKED LAWYERS P . 9 TOP 5 PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTRUCTION LIEN ACT By John Margie P . 10 TAKING A CHANCE ABROAD By John Greenwood P . 15 UPDATING CANADA'S URBAN TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE By Jonathan Drance, Greg Plater, Dana Porter and Erik Richer La Flèche P . 16 PARTNERSHIPS IN HEALTH CARE By Paul McLaughlin P . 22 BANKING ON INFRASTRUCTURE By Elizabeth Raymer P . 30 BIG DEALS COVER PHOTO COURTESY OF TRANSLINK CONTENTS LEXPERT SPECIAL EDITION CANADA'S LEADING INFRASTRUCTURE LAWYERS fortuna favet fortibus SEPTEMBER 2017 SPECIAL EDITION ON ENERGY Editor-in-Chief Jean Cumming Product Development & Process Lead Jill Grove Editor David Dias Art Director Brianna Freitag Director/Group Publisher, Media Solutions Karen Lorimer Business Development Consultant Ivan Ivanovitch Client Development Manager Grace So Account Manager Kimberlee Pascoe Account Executive Steffanie Munroe Production Coordinator Lynda Fenton Marketing & Circulation Mohammad Ali This Lexpert Infrastructure Insert is published once a year by Thomson Reuters Canada Limited. One Corporate Plaza 2075 Kennedy Road Toronto, ON M1T 3V4 Tel: (416) 609-8000 Fax: (416) 609-5840 Website: www.lexpert.ca All rights reserved. Contents may not be reprinted without written permission. This Lexpert Insert is printed in Canada. ISSN 1488-6553 Copyright © Thomson Reuters Canada Limited. All rights reserved. G.S.T. Registration # 897176350RT000 Jean Cumming Editor-in-Chief LEXPERT LEADING INFRASTRUCTURE LAWYERS WE ARE PLEASED to introduce to you the Lexpert-ranked lawyers serv- ing the Infrastructure sector. And we do so at a time when there may just be room for optimism: As reported on p. 22 of this Special Edition, the Canadian government recently announced it will invest $180 billion in In- frastructure over the next 12 years. Canada's Minister of Infrastructure and Communities Amarjeet Sohi told attendees at a recent CCPPP event that the government's Infrastructure plan will focus on five main areas: Public Transit; Green Infrastructure (including water and sewer systems, and reduc- ing greenhouse gas emissions); Social Infrastructure (including affordable housing, cultural and recreational facilities); Trade and Transport; and Rural and Northern Communities. e Lexpert-ranked lawyers listed here are following this and other developments closely. WWW.LEXPERT.CA | 2017 | LEXPERT 3

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