EnviroLine tells readers what they need to know about environmental developments in western Canadian resource industries and related sectors, with news that is timely, strategic and balanced.

Launched in 1989, EnviroLine is recognized as

“The Business Publication for the Environmental Industry.”

We deliver a comprehensive, yet concise, 12-page package (regular-sized issue) of news 20 times a year on issues, trends, breaking stories and events that are relevant to environmental professionals. Along with reporting several original stories each issue, we sift dozens of electronic and print sources of information every day and summarize – authoritatively and strategically – what’s important for you.

EnviroLine includes informed editorial comment on issues and trends. We provide direct coverage of several conferences and workshops each year, summaries of key industry and government documents, a networking “People & Companies” column, and a comprehensive listing of upcoming meetings and events.

Subscribers have told us

“. . . it’s like having a highly qualified personal research assistant who works for $1.50 a day.”

EnviroLine is the only publication of its kind that covers all aspects of the environment business in western Canada, with a focus on Alberta and British Columbia. We provide strategic coverage across several interconnected sectors and areas, including: Energy, Environmental Law, Government, Climate Change, Waste Management, Forest Industries, Agriculture and ‘Green’ Business.

“I always find this publication a useful summary.”

- David Pryce, Vice-President, Western Canada Operations, Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers
“After receiving many environmental publications over the years, I find EnviroLine the most concise ‘one-stop-shopping.’ It lets me know what is going on in a short period of time. I don’t need to read anything else.”

- Barry Worbets, Senior Fellow, Canada West Foundation