The IEEE Canadian Review is published 3 times/year as follows:
Winter (to appear in April); Spring/Summer (to appear in August);
Fall (to appear in December). Its principal objective is to project an
image of the Canadian electrical, electronics, communications and
computer engineering professions and their associated academic and
business communities to:
To ensure that the IEEE Canadian Review has the desired breadth
and depth, editors are responsible for screening articles submitted
according to the following general themes:
- Canadian members of IEEE;
- Canadian members of the profession and community who are
non-members of IEEE;
- The associated Canadian academic (i.e. universities, colleges,
secondary schools), government and business communities.
- National Affairs
- International Affairs
Organizations are invited to place corporate advertising in the IEEE
Canadian Review . For information regarding rates and copy
requirements, please contact the Managing Editor.
The circulation of the IEEE Canadian Review is the entire
membership of IEEE Canada, representing over 12,000 subscribers.
Information for Authors
Authors are invited to contribute submissions in electronic form to
the IEEE Canadian Review. Please contact one of the editors.
Responsibility for the content rests upon the authors and not the
IEEE, or its members.
Annual Subscription Price
Free of charge to all IEEE members in Canada. For IEEE members
outside Canada: $20.00/year. Price for non-members: $35.00/year.
Corporations and libraries: $37.50/year. Additional copies may be
ordered at a cost of $7.50 each from the Managing Editor.
Abstracting is permitted with credit to the source. Libraries are permitted
to photocopy for private use of patrons. Instructors are permitted
to photocopy isolated articles for non-commercial classroom
use without fee. For other copying, reprint or republication, please
write to the Managing Editor. The IEEE Canadian Review is printed
in Canada, postage paid at Toronto, (Ontario).