In our citation examples we use the following color coding:
- Red – Author
- Blue – Title of book/article/charter/webpage
- Pink – Date
- Orange – Website/Publisher
- Turquoise – Place of publication
- Violet – Editor/Translator
- Peach – Additional information about the source (i.e. its type, specific features etc.)
Nations, 2006 Census. 2006 Census Analysis Ser. 97-558-XIE2006001. Ottawa, 2008.Footnote citation:
1. Canada, Statistics Canada, Aboriginal Peoples in Canada in 2006: Inuit, Metis andFirst Nations, 2006 Census, 2006 Census Analysis Ser. 97-558-XIE2006001, Ottawa, 2008.
Just in case you need to know — the information presented here is taken from the 15th edition of CMS (because there is nothing written about government reports in the latest, 16th edition).
B.C Science Assessment. Edited by Hugh Taylor. [Victoria, B.C.]: Queen’s Printer, 1982.Plant, P. Geoffrey. Access and Excellence: The Campus 2020 Plan for British Columbia’s
Post-Secondary Education System. [Victoria, B.C.]: Ministry of Advanced Education, 2007.Footnote citation:
1. Canada, British Columbia, Ministry of Education. Learning Assessment Branch, The1982 B.C Science Assessment, edited by Hugh Taylor. [Victoria, B.C.]: Queen’s Printer, 1982.
2. Geoffrey P. Plant, Access and Excellence: The Campus 2020 Plan for BritishColumbia’s Post-Secondary Education System, [Victoria, B.C.]: Ministry of Advanced Education, 2007.