ReNew Canada ReNew Canada is the only national magazine dedicated to public sector infrastructure in Canada. Published six times a year, ReNew Canada is the magazine of choice for news and information on the entire life cycle of infrastructure assets, from the preliminary design to deconstruction.

Top100 Since 2007, the Top 100 Projects list is the only comprehensive reference source on Canada’s biggest infrastructure projects. This special report is distributed with our JAN/FEB issue.

INFRAIntelligence ReNew Canada’s INFRAIntelligence discussion series focuses on topics in the national infrastructure landscape that are not being talked about enough, or perhaps need a fresh perspective considered. Discussions are held on the fourth Thursday of each month.


Water Canada Water Canada serves the country’s water industry leaders with national news coverage, relevant case studies, and leading-edge ideas.

Canadian Water Summit CWS facilitates cooperation, collaboration, and knowledge-sharing among the many diverse groups that make up our Canadian water landscape as we advance our mission to build Canada’s ‘Blue Economy’.

Water’s Next Awards This award program recognizes people, projects, and technologies that demonstrate a strong commitment to improving the quality of the Canadian water sector. Held annually, the Water’s Next Awards program is part of the Canadian Water Summit event.

Blue Economy Webinar Series Water Canada presents its Blue Economy Webinar Series. This series focuses on how Canada should define its Blue Economy and all of the key elements that will ensure a strong national water sector.


Environment Journal This publication is home to the latest information, insights, and innovations on Canada’s environment sector.

Canadian Environmental Resource Guide is the most complete and only national listing of major environmental companies, federal and provincial agencies, municipal governments, associations, and law firms, plus over 200 pages of industry statistics and conferences.

Excess Soils Symposium The Excess Soils Symposium offers an interactive platform for a virtual update on the business of excess soils and new regulations impacting construction and cleanup projects.

Brownie Awards The Brownie Awards recognize the builders, innovators and visionaries who are dedicated to the rehabilitation of brownfield sites that were once contaminated, under-utilized and undeveloped into productive residential and commercial projects that contribute to the growth of healthy communities across Canada.