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Crux Mathematicorum: This is the CMS's flagship problem solving periodical. Each issue contains articles on problems and problem solving as well as original problems and problems from mathematics competitions and Olympiads from around the world. The journal is interactive in the sense that the published solutions to the problem sets all come from the readership. Crux is designed for students and hobbyists who are keen to sharpen their skills with other national and international level problem solvers. You can download a sample issue of Crux, or check out the main Crux web site and the archive. Volumes 35 and earlier are free to the public, more recent issues are available by subscription.

A Taste of Mathematics is a booklet series published by the Canadian Mathematical Society. They are designed as enrichment materials for high school students with an interest in and aptitude for mathematics. Some booklets in the series also cover the materials useful for mathematical competitions at national and international levels. The following volumes are all available for ordering through our online store, by mail or by phone:

  1. Mathematical Olympiads' Correspondence Program (1995-96) by Edward J. Barbeau.
  2. Algebra Intermediate Methods by Bruce L.R. Shawyer.
  3. Problems for Mathematics Leagues by Peter I. Booth, John McLoughlin and Bruce L.R. Shawyer.
  4. Inequalities by Edward J. Barbeau and Bruce L.R. Shawyer.
  5. Combinatorial Explorations by Richard Hoshino and John McLoughlin.
  6. More Problems for Mathematics Leagues by Peter I. Booth, John McLoughlin and Bruce L.R. Shawyer.
  7. Problems of the Week by Jim Totten.
  8. Problems for Mathematics Leagues III by Peter I. Booth, John McLoughlin and Bruce L.R. Shawyer.
  9. The CAUT Problems by Edward Barbeau.
  10. Modular Arithmetic by Naoki Sato.
  11. Problems for Junior Mathematics Leagues by Bruce L.R. Shawyer & Bruce B. Watson.
  12. Transformational Geometry by Edward Barbeau.
  13. Quadratics and Complex Numbers by Edward J. Barbeau.
  14. Sequences and Series by Margo Kondratieva with Justin Rowsell.
  15. Géométrie plane, avec des nombres par Michel Bataille.
  16. Recurrence Relations by Iliya Bluskov.

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