We accept submission on a rolling basis throughout the year.
Our publication date is September. Please note that the peer review process takes about four weeks. We recommend submitting early before the publication date for a shorter turnaround time with reviewers and faster publication.
Depending on the volume of submissions we receive, we may not consider your submission for the upcoming issue. Since we process submissions in the order of receipt, we may push back your submission to be considered for the next issue depending on how many submissions we receive before yours.
Submission of Proposal
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Submissions that do not meet the minimum requirements or are outside of the fields published by the journal.
Submissions can be either "accepted" or "accepted - with minor revisions.' Submissions with minor revisions will have 2 weeks to provide the required amendments.
Submissions should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Articles should be submitted in Word format (.doc or .docx). They should be double-spaced in 12-point Times New Roman. They must be accompanied by 2 short abstracts in both French and English (100 words each at the most) and a list of keywords (5 maximum) in both French and English., Please also provide author information (name, affiliation, with a short biography) at the beginning of the Word file.
Articles should not exceed 8000 words (including footnotes and bibliography). Formatting must be kept as simple as possible. Only two levels of titles should be indicated if necessary.
Articles should not exceed 6000 words (including footnotes and bibliography). Formatting must be kept as simple as possible. Only two levels of titles should be indicated if necessary.
Title 1 (12-point Times New Roman)
Subtitle 1 (12-point Times New Roman)
Sub-subtitle 1 (12-point Times New Roman)
Sub-subtitle 2 (12-point Times New Roman)
Subtitle 2 (12-point Times New Roman)
Title 2 (12-point Times New Roman)
Articles in English should use Canadian English spelling and typographical conventions. There should be no spaces before commas, stops, suspension marks, colons, semi-colons, question and exclamation marks and no spaces before or after quotation marks. Use exclusively English quotation marks (“...”). For quotations incorporated into another quotation, use single quotation marks (‘...’). Commas and periods that directly follow quotations must be placed inside the closing quotation marks. All other punctuation marks that do not belong to the quoted text are placed outside.
Quotations not exceeding 2 lines will be placed within the text, within quotation marks. Longer quotations will be set off with an indentation, without quotation marks. An ellipsis in a quotation must be indicated with [...]. Quotations in languages other than the written language of the article should be translated within the text. The original quotation should be placed in footnotes.
Footnotes should include only necessary supplementary material. Do not use footnotes to give bibliographical references. Keep references in the text. Footnotes must be placed at the bottom of the page. Footnote numbers should be in Arabic numerals exclusively and be continuous throughout the document. In the text, footnotes must be placed before any punctuation sign. In the footnote itself, the automatically generated number is followed by a space and then the footnote itself.
References for literary and cultural analysis
References will be included between brackets with only the author's name, and the page number. Ex: (Dupuis 40-45). References must follow the Author-Page style System of the MLA Style: https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/mla_style/mla_formatting_and_style_guide/mla_in_text_citations_the_basics.html
References for Linguistics and applied linguistics analysis
References will be included between brackets with only the author's name, and the page number. Ex: (James, 1999, p. 200). References must follow the In-Text citations of the APA Style: