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The Canadian Mathematical Society (CMS) was originally conceived in June 1945 as the Canadian Mathematical Congress. The founding members hoped that "this congress [would] be the beginning of important mathematical development in Canada". Seeking to end confusion with the quadrennial mathematical congresses, a name change was considered for many years. Finally, upon its incorporation as a non-profit, charitable organization in 1978, a new name was adopted - the Canadian Mathematical Society.

The focus of the CMS is very much on the future - a future in which we will more aggressively reach out to and form new partnerships with the users of mathematics in business, governments and universities, educators in the school and college systems as well as other mathematical associations; and in doing so, share experiences, work on collaborative projects and generally enhance the perception and strengthen the profile of mathematics in Canada.

For more information visit the society website.

Journals from the Canadian Mathematical Society

 

  

Canadian Journal of Mathematics

The Canadian Journal of Mathematics publishes original, high-quality research papers in all branches of mathematics. The Journal is a flagship publication of the Canadian Mathematical Society and has been published continuously since 1949. New research papers are published continuously online and collated into print issues six times each year. 

To be submitted to the Journal, papers should be at least 18 pages long and may be written in English or in French. Shorter papers should be submitted to the Canadian Mathematical Bulletin.

Canadian Mathematical Bulletin

The Canadian Mathematical Bulletin was established in 1958 to publish original, high-quality research papers in all branches of mathematics and to accommodate the growing demand for shorter research papers. The Bulletin is a companion publication to the Canadian Journal of Mathematics that publishes longer papers. New research papers are published continuously online and collated into print issues four times each year. 

To be submitted to the Bulletin, papers should be at most 18 pages long and may be written in English or in French. Longer papers should be submitted to the Canadian Journal of Mathematics.