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AMA Style Guide, 11th ed.

Newspapers

Examples

Author's surname First initial Middle initial. Title of article. Name of Newspaper. Month Day, Year:Page(s). Accessed Date. URL

Online newspaper

Provide the section and/or page if available

1Bibic M. It's time to turn mental-health talk into action: Bell Let's Talk got the conversation going, but we must build on increasing awareness. The Globe and Mail. January 29, 2020:B4. Accessed July 2, 2021. https://www-proquest-com.library.sheridanc.on.ca/newspapers/s-time-turn-mental-health-talk-into-action/docview/2348235747/se-2?accountid=3455

Online newspaper with no author

2Employed, educated food bank-users up: hunger report paints startling picture of food insecurity in Ontario. Niagara Falls Review. January 4, 2020:A6. Accessed July 13, 2021. https://www-proquest-com.library.sheridanc.on.ca/newspapers/employed-educated-food-bank-users-up/docview/2518830392/se-2?accountid=3455

See section 3.13.1 (pp87-89) of the AMA Manual of Style, 11th edition.

Remember!

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