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McCarthy Tétrault
66 Wellington Street West
Suite 5300, TD Bank Tower Box 48
Toronto ON M5K 1E6

Work Department

Projects: PPP & Infrastructure


Ontario Regional Managing Partner for McCarthy Tétrault. Senior member of Real Property, Project Development and Infrastructure Group. Has extensive experience in project development, public-private partnerships, public procurement, commercial real estate, leasing, acquisition and construction matters. Significant landmark infrastructure and development projects across Canada include numerous PPP and other projects involving hospitals, power, transportation, universities, hotels, forensic, police, condominium, commercial, mixed use and professional sport facilities.


Ontario Bar, 1985.


Canadian Council for Public–Private Partnerships (CCPPP); Canadian Association of University Solicitors, CREW, Urban Land Institute, Women’s Leadership Initiative, Women’s Infrastructure Network, International Women’s Forum, Fellow of the Construction Lawyers Society of America.

Lawyer Rankings

Canada > Infrastructure projects

(Leading individuals)

Godyne SibayMcCarthy Tétrault

At McCarthy Tétrault, clients feel ‘absolutely certain that the quality of the work will be top notch‘. A ‘cohesive and coordinated‘ full-service group, the team handles a range of procurement, development and financing mandates for a variety of clients involved in public-private partnerships, including EPC contractors, service providers, domestic and international banks, and other institutional lenders. Joint group heads Linda Brown and David Lever in particular are seen as leaders in project finance. The duo have considerable experience in domestic and international projects matters. Ontario-based Godyne Sibay specializes in public procurement, while counsel Gordon Willcocks in Toronto is recognized for his expertise in construction, procurement and financing work in complex infrastructure development projects. Next generation partner Morgan Troke in Vancouver is also recommended for his work in infrastructure and renewable energy projects.