Engagement, Inclusion And Opportunity

Indigenous Relations

Our Indigenous Relations


Trotter & Morton recognizes and acknowledges the traditional territories of the Indigenous Peoples in the areas where we live and where we conduct our business. As such our company strives to engage with our Indigenous neighbours to ensure their concerns are heard, that their people and communities have the opportunity to participate and receive meaningful benefit from our business endeavours.

Our organization values diversity and inclusion in our workforce and all facets of our business and feels being reflective of the communities in which we work is crucial to our success.

Using the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Call to Action # 92 as our guide, Trotter & Morton continually works to be a corporate leader for Indigenous engagement, inclusion and opportunities. These commitments have made us a trusted and preferred partner to the Indigenous communities and peoples that share the lands upon which we work.

Advancing Trotter & Morton’s Indigenous Engagement and Business Development initiatives rests with Dan Toth, Senior Manager of Indigenous Relationships & Business Development.

With an excess of 10 years of Business Development experience across the Logistics, Remote Services and Resource Development sectors, Dan has had the opportunity to develop long-term relationships leading to impactful and mutually beneficial business opportunities between Indigenous groups and Industry spanning North America from the Eastern Arctic to the West Coast.

Dan has an Indigenous Community Engagement citation from the University of Alberta (2018), and an Aboriginal Relations certificate from the University of Calgary (2012), to complement his completion of several other comprehensive Indigenous Relations training programs. He is also an Advisor to the Board of Directors of Circle For Aboriginal Relations (CFAR), a registered non-profit, non-partisan Society of professionals from diverse backgrounds who work within Indigenous relations groups in communities, governments and industries.

Dan is passionate about developing mutually beneficial avenues for Indigenous communities and industry to cooperate.

Based upon an appreciation of and respect for the uniqueness inherent in every Indigenous group, Dan strives to incorporate innovative strategies to foster consensus and build partnerships that lead to new opportunities for both Trotter and Morton and Indigenous peoples.

Contact Info

Dan Toth
Senior Manager of Indigenous Relationships & Business Development

5799 3rd Street SE
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
T2H 1K1
403 255 7535 

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