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In 1929 there was almost no scientific periodical publishing in Canada. The National Research Council of Canada, in response to the scientific community, undertook to publish the Canadian Journal of Research. In 1935 this became two publications, each with two sections. In 1944 six separate sectional publications were in being, and in 1950 these became six individual journals. Since then five new journals have been added to meet Canadian needs.