Embracing Culture: Alcro’s Commitment

Alcro Electric’s headquarters and majority of services take place in Treaty 7 territory, which includes First Nations of Siksika, Kainai, Piikani, Stoney-Nakoda, and Tsuut’ina. The land is also part of Métis Nation of Alberta Association (MNAA) Zone 3.

Our Commitment

Alcro Electric Ltd. understands the importance of reconciliation and recognition of Indigenous peoples. To forge relationships and maintain the standards of reconciliation and recognition, we must have the necessary guidelines in place. To achieve this, Alcro Electric LTD adheres to the following statements:

  • Alcro Electric Ltd. conducts their interactions with respect, understanding, and empathy.
  • Alcro Electric Ltd. continually invests in having a safe and secure workplace.
  • Alcro Electric Ltd. values diverse workforces, equal opportunity and equal access to employment and opportunities that are mutually beneficial.
  • Alcro Electric Ltd. recognizes the differences in cultures and beliefs of Indigenous peoples.
  • Alcro Electric Ltd. strives to gain knowledge of the unique Indigenous history and issues associated within the energy industry and Canada.


Alcro has been a long-time supporter and sponsor of Olympian snowboarder Liam Gill, son of our own project manager Lance Gill. Liam is part of the Liidlii Kue First Nation and was the only male Indigenous athlete from Canada in the 2022 Winter Olympics. Liam personifies dedication and integrity, and all of us at Alcro support him through his endeavours.

By supporting Indigenous peoples, and all peoples through recognition, collaboration, and employment opportunities, we can contribute to a better future for fellow Albertans.