Canadian Materials. (1973-1979)
CM: Canadian Materials for Schools and Libraries (1980-1986)
CM: A Reviewing Journal of Canadian Materials for Young People (1986-1994)
The final print issue was v. 22 no. 6 (Nov./Dec. 1994)
CLA sold the journal to the Manitoba Library Association that began to publish it as an open access (free) online only journal:
CM (Winnipeg, Man. : Online)(Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 16, 1995)- ) The historic reviews have been digitized and added to the CM online archive. The online journal is also known as: CM: Canadian Review of Materials.
Mocassin Telegraph. Ottawa: Canadian School Library Association, 1961-1979.
School Libraries in Canada. v. 1, no. 1 (autumn 1980)-v. 23, issue 2 (2004). Subsequently issued exclusively as an online journal, With the demise of CLA in 2016, the Canadian Association for School Libraries was forced to seek a new sponsoring organization. Canadian School Libraries, a non-profit organization dedicated to professional research and development in the field of the school library learning commons in Canada, anticipates the transfer of the stewardship of the journal School Libraries in Canada to the new organization.
available via ProQuest's CBCA Database 1999-July 2005
School Libraries in Canada Online is temporarily being hosted by the Ontario Library Association. The Archives begins with
v. 18 no 2 (1998)-v. 34, issue 1 (2016).
A new successor journal began with vol. 1 no. 1 (Spring 2017) as Canadian School Libraries Journal. ISSN 2560-7227
Newsletter (Canadian Library Association. Young People's Section)
Bulletin (Canadian Library Council, later, Canadian Library Association) 1946-1960.
This was initially a newsletter of the Canadian Library Association and for many years was printed on newsprint. Following the cessation of Canadian Library Journal in 1992, Feliciter was revamped into a magazine format and included enhanced content.
Indexed by ProQuest's CBCA Database 1986-2015; full text 2005-2015.
Available at the Toronto Public Library.
Canadian Library. v. 1 (1944)-v. 25 (1968)
Canadian Library Journal. v. 26 (1969)-v. 49 (1992)
indexed by ProQuest's CBCA Database Apr 1986 (Vol. 43, no. 2) - Oct 1992 (Vol. 49, no. 5)
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