is published five times a year. Each member receives a copy by mail as part of the benefits of membership. The journal is a quality publication providing information and insights on all aspects of photographic history with a Canadian emphasis. Many of our writers have personal experience in the photographic industry.
Articles have been published on cameras, photographers, manufacturers, old processes, stereo, images, restoration techniques and books. While most of the material is written specifically for Photographic Canadiana
, we also reprint interesting articles from other sources, plus news of meetings, shows, and other events of interest to the collector. Members can place one free advertisement per issue (space permitting).
Excerpts From Various Volumes
Would you like a taste of our journal? Some more recent volumes are summarized
for your interest, and there is at least one article printed in full. Check
out what our members get four times a year!
A complete list of articles from the first issue in 1974 to present is available for viewing by clicking here
. Or from this page
The society is always interested in obtaining suitable articles for publication. Although we do not pay for publishing rights, we have an awards
program which does provide some funds.
Back issues are available at reasonable prices. We are getting low on some issues, and others, especially earlier ones, may be available only as Xerox copies. E-mail the society at firstname.lastname@example.org
to order copies or obtain more information.