Published April 1992
by Gale Group .
Written in English
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The Canadian Periodical Index is a tool which can help when searching for articles about a specific topic. The information provides correct periodical, the specific date, volume and issue, and page numbers for the article. The Canadian Periodical Index works like a subject catalog for the articles inside magazines and journals with a particular eye to Canadian content. Canadian Periodical Index general book on the magazine, with an index by E. Alan Barker. The Daily Mail Fiction Index: - , The first four volumes (all published) in a massive (and long overdue) project to index all the pulp magazines before they finally crumble into dust. Although the format is not the most. An index to a wide variety of Canadian English-language and French-language periodicals in all subjects. Three parts: subject, corporate name, and personal name indexes. Formed by a merger of Canadian magazine index, Canadian news index, and Canadian business index. Books, magazines and newspapers The Government of Canada is committed to ensuring that readers everywhere have opportunities to connect with a broad range of Canadian-authored books by providing funding and support to the Canadian book industry, professional writers, Canadian periodicals and small publishers.
The book tends to get a great deal of focus in contemporary Canadian literary culture: literary awards, national reading programs such as Canada Reads, university courses, even, tend to place the book at the centre. And yet, in the nineteenth century, it was the periodical press—magazines and newspapers—that drove Canada’s cultural life. A - Z List of Databases eLearning Digital Archive Canadian Periodical Index (CPI.Q) Articles from general, academic and business magazines. Index from , full-text articles from Includes some French magazine titles. A digitized collection of books, government publications, periodicals, annuals and newspapers about Canada. US Newspaper Archives & Indexes (usually older, local, sometimes very specialized): These are the ones your local library used to keep in a card catalog, but have since automated. This list also includes projects with searchable, digitized images of the papers. To find indexes as of and , see: 1. Periodicals Index Online (PIO) formerly, Periodicals Contents Index (PCI), allows searching for articles by words or phrases in the titles, by author, and by journal title. Searches can be restricted by language and year of publication. In addition, a list of issues for each journal and the table of contents for each issue are available to browse.
• Provides thorough coverage of Canadian law journal articles • Also includes: case comments & annotations for more than Canadian legal and law-related periodicals • Indexes books, individual essays from edited collections, federal & provincial government publications, and publications of law faculties & legal research institutes & associations, including theses. Former Editors / Rédacteurs en chef antérieurs: N. C. GIRI (), A. M. MATHAI (–), Donald A. S. FRASER (–), Sudhish G. GHURYE (– Canadian newspapers are an invaluable source of information on the history of this nation and a reflection of its life. However, the content of newspapers may be difficult to access. Due to the cost associated with scanning and indexing, many institutions and individuals have chosen to index only set dates and certain types of key information. Presents the first Canadian periodical price index, which covers foreign and domestic periodicals from to Prices by subject categories and by country of publication are presented, use of the price index for library collection planning and budget planning is discussed, and projected increases are described. (12 references) (LRW).