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APA Citation Style_OLD: Reports

Reports (Government, Research, Annual, Technical)

Author last name, A. A. (year). Title of report: Subtitle (Report # if available). Location: Publisher.

Author last name, A. A. (year). Title of report: Subtitle (Report # if available). Retrieved from http://www.xxxxx

 

Statistics Canada. Social and Aboriginal Statistics Division. (2006). Women in Canada, 2005: A gender- based statistical report. (Catalogue no. 89-503-XPE). Ottawa, Canada: Author.

Statistics Canada. Social and Aboriginal Statistics Division. (2006). Women in Canada, 2005: A gender- based statistical report. (Catalogue no. 89-503-XPE). Retrieved from: http://www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/89-503-x/89-503-x2005001-eng.pdf

Coote, D. R., & Gregorich, L. R. (Eds.) (2007). The health of our water: Toward sustainable agriculture in Canada. (Catalogue no. A15-2020/2000E). Ottawa, Canada: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada.

Coote, D. R., & Gregorich, L. R. (Eds.) (2007). The health of our water: Toward sustainable agriculture in Canada. (Catalogue no. A15-2020/2000E). Retrieved from Government of Canada Depository Services Program website: http://dsp-psd.pwgsc.gc.ca/Collection/A15-2020-2000E.pdf

Oreopoulos, P., & Dechief, D. (2011). Why do some employers prefer to interview Matthew but not Samir? New evidence from Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver (Working Paper No. 11-13). Retrieved from Metropolis British Columbia website: http://mbc.metropolis.net/wp_2011.html

Pearson. (2012). Open to learn: Pearson annual report and accounts 2010. Retrieved from http://www.pearson.com/content/dam/pearson-corporate/files/cosec/2013/15939_PearsonAR12.pdf

MarketLine. (2015). Molson Coors Brewing Company: Company profile. Retrieved from http://www.marketline.com

  • If the author is also the publisher, use the word Author as the publisher for print reports (as in example one)

 

  • For reports retrieved online, identify the publisher or distributing agency in the retrieval statement if the publisher is NOT the author (as in examples four and five). Use: Retrieved from Agency name website: http://www.xxxxxxxx

 

  • In the last example the retrieval statement refers the reader to the MarketLine website where the report can be purchased. At Kwantlen, we have free access to some of these reports through our Business Premier database. Your instructor may prefer that you use this citation format instead (PLEASE CHECK WITH YOUR INSTRUCTOR): MarketLine. (2015). Molson Coors Brewing Company: Company profile. Retrieved from Business Source Premier database.

 

  • In text citation examples (for more information, see the In-text Citations tab):
    • .....(Statistics Canada, 2006)
    • .....(Coote & Gregorich, 2007)
    • .....(Pearson, 2012)
    • .....(MarketLine, 2015)

 

  • when quoting, also include a page number (or other locator if no page number available), e.g.

    • "..." (Statistics Canada, 2006, p. 33)