Alive (magazine)

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Alive magazine feb08.jpg
February 2012 cover
Editor-in-Chief Stuart Harries[1]
Categories Health and wellness
Frequency Monthly
Circulation 200,000 per month
Publisher Ryan Benn
Year founded 1974
Company Alive Publishing Group Inc.
Country Canada
Based in Richmond, British Columbia
Language English

alive is a monthly Canadian natural health and wellness magazine.[2] The magazine provides readers with information on leading healthy lifestyles, and focuses on a range of topics from natural health, organics, fitness, beauty, and nutrition, to holistic healing, emotional health and sustainability. The headquarters of the magazine is in Richmond, British Columbia.[2] alive is distributed in Canadian health retailers and can be purchased through personal subscriptions.

The magazine is published by Alive Publishing Group Inc.[3] Notable contributors include William E. Rees and David Suzuki.

In June 2008, Masthead Online reported that alive ranked 31st in revenues of all Canadian magazines, and had a readership (according to the Print Measurement Bureau) of 562,000.[4]


  1. ^ Krissy Bublitz (29 March 2013). "Profile: Stuart Harries, Editor-in-Chief of alive Magazine". MABC. Retrieved 15 November 2015. 
  2. ^ a b "alive". MagsBC. Retrieved 15 November 2015. 
  3. ^ "Alive Publishing Group Inc. (APG) to Give Canadians Access to New Online Tools to Help Them Live Healthier, More Vibrant Lives". Market Wired. 1 March 2012. Retrieved 12 September 2016. 
  4. ^ "Masthead Top 50 revisited—alive checks in at number 31", Masthead Online, 10 June 2008.

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