These free eJournals cover topics such as parliament, public policy, the prairies, the oil industry, and agriculture. Some were library print subscriptions, and are now available online.

The official publication of SaskOrganics. SaskOrganics is a farmer-led non-profit organization. The magazine features certified organic producers, Saskatchewan chefs who use organic ingredients, and covers topics such as agronomic practices, upcoming industry events, and more.

The Atlantic
An American general interest magazine, published for over 150 years. Contains book reviews and articles on national and international topics such as technology, arts, religion, politics, and science. Many articles are free online.

Australasian Parliamentary Review
The official journal of the Australasian Study of Parliament Group, which includes Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific. Published online twice per year.

Canadian Dimension 
A left-leaning magazine founded in 1963. Articles are aimed at a wide audience and cover topics such as politics, foreign policy, education, labour, agriculture, and globalization. 
Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation
Published three times a year by the Canadian Evaluation Society. The journal seeks to promote the theory and practice of program evaluation by publishing articles, practice notes, and book reviews.
Canadian Journal of Sociology
Peer-reviewed research articles and theoretical essays by social scientists from around the world, providing insight into the issues facing Canadian society as well as social and cultural systems in other countries.

Canadian Parliamentary Review
A quarterly publication of the Canadian members of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association. Articles are searchable, and the online archive goes back to 1978.

Cato Policy Report
According to their website, the Cato Institute is a public policy research organization — a think tank — dedicated to the principles of individual liberty, limited government, free markets, and peace. 

Constitutional and Parliamentary Information
Half-yearly review of the Association of Secretaries General of Parliaments, from the Inter-Parliamentary Union.

CUPE’s (Canadian Union of Public Employees') national quarterly newsletter. 
Finances of the Nation (2002-2012)
A review of expenditures and revenues of the federal, provincial, and local governments of Canada. From the Canadian Tax Foundation.

Fine Lifestyles Regina
A magazine with coverage of local people, events, and businesses.

Fine Lifestyles Saskatoon
A magazine with coverage of local people, events, and businesses.

Industry West 
Published quarterly, this business magazine includes informative and timely editorial and advertising content for Saskatchewan’s business community.

Inside Policy
Published four times per year, the magazine of the Macdonald-Laurier Institute for Public Policy, Ottawa.

The Monitor (from Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives)
CCPA's national magazine, covering issues of social, climate and economic justice, and highlighting CCPA's research and analysis.

ORE Magazine
The official publication of the Saskatchewan Mining Association.
Our Schools/Our Selves (from Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives)
A forum for debate and discussion on topics such as Indigenous education, anti-racism classroom programs, sex ed, commercialism, child care, and more. Full content is free online starting with Winter 2018.

Perspectives on Tax Law & Policy (from Canadian Tax Foundation)
A quarterly newsletter to engage readers in an informed dialogue about tax policy.

Pipeline News:
Saskatchewan's Petroleum Monthly. Based in Estevan, with editorial staff dedicated to the energy sector full-time. 

Pivot (formerly CPA Magazine) Published six times per year by the Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada (CPA) in partnership with St. Joseph Media.

Policy Brief (from Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy)
Written by JSGS scholars and leading policy experts to provide context and perspective on public issues and to further discussion and debate within the public sector.

Policy Options
A Canadian public policy magazine from the Institute for Research on Public Policy.

SaskBusiness Provides business news and information affecting Saskatchewan's economy.

Saskatchewan History 
An historical magazine dedicated to encouraging readers and writers to explore the province’s history. Published by the Provincial Archives from 1948-2017, and now available free online.
SK Connect
The newsletter of the CPA - the Institute of Chartered Professional Accountants of Saskatchewan.

Stateline Midwest
A U.S. monthly publication to keep members of the Midwestern Legislative Conference up to date on policy issues, actions being taken by the region's 11 state legislatures, and work being done by the MLC and The Council of State Governments.

The Table
The Journal of the Society of Clerks-at-the-Table in Commonwealth Parliaments

Transition (From the Vanier Institute of the Family)
Explores the diversity and complexity of families and the reality of family life in Canada. Produced in English and French. Available online starting in 2013.

TrendLine Saskatchewan (From Praxis Consulting)
Tracks social, economic, and demographic trends in Saskatchewan. Available on a monthly basis subsequent to the release of data from Statistics Canada and the Conference Board of Canada. 

Twenty First Century Petroleum Statistics (formerly Twentieth Century Petroleum Statistics)
Publication is transitioning from a print version to a digital version in 2019. Data comes from sources such as American Petroleum Institute, Oil and Gas Journal, World Oil Magazine, and Energy Information Administration. Users must register their email address before downloading.

Western Policy Analyst (2010-2014)
Online publication which covered the four western provinces. Provided empirical analysis of Canadian trends and issues.

A Canadian indigenous news publication from the Aboriginal Multi-Media Society. Back issues from 1986 to 2015 have been digitized by Library and Archives Canada.

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