Crux Mathematicorum is an internationally respected source of unique and challenging mathematical problems published by the CMS. Designed primarily for the secondary and undergraduate levels, and also containing some pre-secondary material, it has been referred to as "the best problem solving journal in the world". All the problems and solutions are fully peer-reviewed for clarity, completeness and rigour by academic and professional mathematicians. Crux includes an "Olympiad Corner" which is particularly helpful for students preparing for math competitions.
We're very pleased to welcome submissions of original articles,
new problems, and solutions to problems we've published.
For more information, see our Contributors & Authors page.
NOTICE TO CRUX READERS
Due to the significant financial limitations of the Canadian Mathematical Society (CMS), effective January 2019, the CMS is not able to continue administration of Crux Mathematicorum (CRUX) as a subscription-based publication. The CMS has undertaken significant efforts to secure support to make CRUX freely available as an online only publication. To date, such support has not been obtained but the CMS continues to seek funding for this initiative to continue the excellent work of the CRUX Editorial Board members.
The Society hopes funding can be secured or a partnership can be established to continue to make this unique resource available beyond 2018. If this is not possible, it is most likely future issues of CRUX will not be available.
Denise Charron — Managing Editor
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