Arielle Fewer Associate

Speaks:  English

Year of Call : 2021 - Alberta

Year of Call: 2020 - Northwest Territories

Primary office:  Calgary

Arielle Fewer

Arielle Fewer is an associate in Gowling WLG’s Calgary office. Her practice is focused in the areas of corporate, M&A, capital markets, securities and private equity.

Prior to joining Gowling WLG, Arielle practiced at a leading national business law firm. Having experience working in the finance industry and living and working across Canada and in the United Kingdom, Arielle brings creative and pragmatic legal advice to her clients to meet their unique business and legal needs. Arielle has experience in the following areas: 

  • Mergers and acquisitions of both public and private companies (including cross-border share acquisitions and asset purchase and sales)
  • Public and private financings (debt and equity)
  • Listing and exchange compliance matters
  • Corporate governance matters
  • Drafting and negotiating share purchase agreements in the technology, oil and gas and cannabis industries

Arielle has assisted on a variety of complex corporate transactions, and has represented domestic and international companies in all stages of a corporation's lifecycle, including private placements, mergers and acquisitions, reverse takeovers, share and asset purchases and general corporate commercial matters in the technology, oil and gas, and cannabis industries.

Career & Recognition

Filter timeline:
  • 2021

    • Qualifications (Year of Call/Admission, etc.)
      Year of Call , Alberta
  • 2020

    • Qualifications (Year of Call/Admission, etc.)
      Year of Call, Northwest Territories
  • 2017

    • Education
      University of Aberdeen, LL.B with Distinction
  • 2014

    • Education
      Queen’s University, BAH Political Studies


  • Law Society of Alberta
  • Law Society of the Northwest Territories
  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Calgary Bar Association

Representative Work

  • Canadian counsel to a large international commercial access solutions company in their share purchase of a privately held Canadian commercial and industrial fencing company.
  • Prairie Lithium Corporation in their business combination with a large Australian lithium exploration and development company.
  • Tamarack Valley Energy Ltd. in its C$1.425B acquisition of Deltastream Energy Corporation, including a structurally transformed C$700M covenant-based sustainability-linked lending facility, a C$260M senior secured amortizing term loan, a C$144M public equity offering, and an additional C$100M offering of Tamarack’s 7.25% senior unsecured sustainability-linked notes on a private placement basis.
  • Chronos Resources Ltd. in its business combination with Samoth Oilfield Inc. to form Lycos Energy Inc., and related C$65M private placement.
  • Eight Capital, as lead agent and sole bookrunner, in EarthRenew Inc.’s C$10.5M equity offering of units.
  • Pembina Empress NGL Partnership in the acquisition of all its assets associated with the Empress I and Empress VI NGL extraction plants by Plains Midstream Canada ULC, including a long-term gas processing agreement for firm service gas processing from the Empress complex.
  • The Hempshire Group in its reverse-takeover of Hoist Capital Corp. and concurrent equity financing.
  • Tamarack Valley Energy Ltd. in its C$185M acquisition of Crestwynd Exploration Ltd., including the extension of Tamarack’s C$600M credit facility and transition of the facility to a sustainability-linked lending facility.
  • Citi and Credit Suisse, as initial purchasers, in the US$500M offering by Canacol Energy Ltd. of 5.750% senior unsecured notes due 2028 and the refinancing of Canacol Energy Ltd.’s 7.250% senior unsecured notes due 2025 pursuant to a related Cash Tender Offer and Consent Solicitation