Journal Article, 1 author (Print)
If there is no issue number, the colon will directly follow the volume number.
Cox, Gordon. 1977. "A Newfoundland Christmas
Caroling Tradition." Folk Music Journal 3 (3):
Journal Article, multiple authors (Print)
In the reference list include all authors' names, no matter how many. In your in-text citation for more than 3 authors, list the first author followed by "et al."
Hamilton, Lawrence C., Richard L. Haedrich, and
Cynthia M. Duncan. 2007. "Above and
Below the Water: Social/Ecological
Transformation in Northwest
Newfoundland." Population and Environment
25 (3): 195-215.
Journal Article (Online)
Include the DOI or "digital object identifier." If it is not available, include the name of the database instead; do not include library database URLs.
Pepin, Pierre, Eugene Colbourne, and Gary
Maillet. 2011. "Seasonal Patterns in
Zooplankton Community Structure on
the Newfoundland and Labrador Shelf."
Progress in Oceanography 91 (3): 273-285.
Heckel, Sandi. 2017 "Soundscapes: Using
Informal Learning Pedagogy to Create a
Canadian Strand of Musical Futures."
Canadian Music Educator 58, no. 2
(Winter): 12-16. Music Index.
It is usually sufficient to cite magazines just within the text of your paper. Indicate the author, “Article Title”, Magazine Title and date. Page numbers are not included. URLs are not necessary for online magazine articles.
As Harry Wilson noted, “the bountiful catches would not last” (“When Cod Was King,” Canadian Geographic, December 2013).
In Chicago Style, newspaper articles are rarely included in your reference list. Refer to them in your in-text citation only. Indicate the author, "Article Title", Newspaper Title, and date.
In Dianne Crocker's article about Corner Brook's mill whistle, she notes, "there's even a nostalgia to the whistle where people equate it with home" (Western Star, March 5, 2012).