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Journal Article From a Library Database With a DOI

N: Fitzgerald, “Hybrid Identities,” 199.
B: Fitzgerald, Sharron A. "Hybrid Identities in Canada's Red River Colony."
           Canadian Geographer 51, no. 2 (2007): 186-201. https://doi/org/10.1111/
            j.1541-0064.2007.00173.x
 
Tip: Add https://doi/org/ to the front of the doi if it is not already there.

Journal Article From a Library Database With a Persistent Link

N: Morrison, “The North-West”, 94-95.
B: Morrison, W. R. "The North-West Mounted Police and the Klondike Gold
           Rush." Journal of Contemporary History 9, no. 2 (April 1974): 93-105.
           http://www.jstor.org/stable/260048.

Tip: The persistent link may begin with http://selkirk.idm.oclc.org/login?url=

Magazine Article

N: Geddes, “The Anti-Trump, 25.
B: Geddes, John. “The Anti-Trump.” Maclean’s, November 2018.

Tip: If page numbers are given, include them in a note. For newspapers and magazines, page numbers are optional in the bibliography.

Newspaper Article From a Website

N: Pellegrini, “First Legal Purchase.
B: Pellegrini, Christina. "First Legal Purchase of Recreational Cannabis Made in
           St. John’s, Marking End of Canadian Prohibition." Globe and Mail, October
           16, 2018. https://www.theglobeandmail.com/cannabis/article-first-legal-
           purchase-of-cannabis-made-in-newfoundland-and-labrador-2/.

Tip: Include the month, day, and year of publication for newspaper articles.

Newspaper Article on Microfilm

N: “Opium Joints,” 8.
B: “Opium Joints Raided.” Rossland Miner. March 21, 1901. Microfilm.

Tip: Cite sources on microfilm or microfiche according to the format of the original publication
(e.g. book, newspaper article, etc.). Specify the format (microfilm or microfiche) after the
facts of publication

Tip: If no author is identified, begin the citation with the article title.

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