Mathematical Olympiads Correspondence (Olymon) Program was retired in June 2010. Please see the announcement here.
The CMS will continue to make past problems and solutions available for students who are interested in problem solving or training for math competitions.
The CMS is deeply grateful to Ed Barbeau for his long-standing commitment to the program.
About the Mathematical Olympiads Correspondence Program
Students who are interested in problem solving or
competing in mathematics competitions can search out the
International Mathematical Talent Search
and the Mathematical
Olympiads Correspondence Program
(Olymon) on this site.
Written solutions to the International Mathematical Talent
Search may be submitted to Prof. E.J. Barbeau, Department of
Mathematics, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON at any time.
Solutions to the Olymon problems should be submitted no later
than the deadline to the marker whose name appears at the head
of the problem set. Solutions to these problems will be marked and
returned. Note that it is not necessary to submit solutions to all
the problems. You can submit partial solutions if you want to
get some feedback to your efforts.
Solutions to past correspondence problems and to previous Olymon sets
are available on this website. Students may also get practice in
problem solving by subscribing to
this magazine has several departments featuring problems of varying
levels of difficulty, and publishes the examination papers from various
contests in Canada and around the world.
Students who have ambitions to be on the Canadian national team in
the International Mathematical Olympiad
should try to be regular
contributors in the correspondence program, beginning if possible
no later than the summer sets. This may allow them to be recognized and
invited to participate in limited enrolment competitions and training