Welcome to the Issue of the CMS Notes

Issue Contents
June 2020 : Vol. 52, No. 3
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Cover Article
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How the CMS is Growing and Changing — Mark Lewis
Editorial
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Math in the Time of the Coronavirus — Robert Dawson
Book Reviews
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Number Theory and its Applications — Keith Johnson
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Short Reviews - COVID-19 — Karl Dilcher
Education Notes
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Assessments in the Time of COVID-19 and Beyond — 
Kseniya Garaschuk (University of Fraser Valley)
Veselin Jungic (Simon Fraser University)
CSHPM Notes
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An Homage to Gauss and His Model of the Earth's Magnetic Field — 
John de Boer (Royal Military College of Canada)
Roger Godard (Royal Military College of Canada)
Calls for Nominations
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2021 Research Prizes
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2021 Excellence in Teaching Award
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2020 Crux Associate Editors
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2021 CJM/CMB Associate Editors
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2022 Editors-in-Chief of CJM
CMS Meetings
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2020 CMS Winter Meeting in Montreal - Call for Sessions — Sarah Watson
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Call for New Sessions - 2021 CMS Summer Meeting
Competitions
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European Girls' Mathematical Olympiad- 2020 Report
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Call For Marking Partners
Announcements
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A Message from the President of the CMS Regarding Anti-Black Racism in Canada and the United States — Mark Lewis
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Bolster Academy
Acknowledgement
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Steve LaRocque and the CMS' Digital Transformation
Obituaries
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Richard Guy and Me — Peter Lancaster
Editorial Team
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Editorial Team

Call for Texts

COVID-related texts for CMS Notes‘ Research Notes

If you’re doing mathematical modelling, studying genes, working with industry to bring protective equipment into production, analyzing epidemiological data, or applying mathematics to your anti-coronavirus effort, and can spare a little time to write a brief description or a note on methodology, or a preliminary description of tentative results for us – anywhere from a paragraph to a few page – we’d like to hear from you, and will fast-track publication to keep it timely.

Send your texts to Zishad Lak (zlak@cms.math.ca) or to Patrick Ingram (pingram@yorku.ca)

As you will be well aware, Canadian mathematical legend Richard Guy passed away on March 9th, 2020 at the age of 103. To honour his memory, the Canadian mathematics problem solving journal Crux Mathematicorum will have a special issue in fall 2020. We encourage submissions of problems and short articles on topics Richard would have found interesting, provided they are at the high school or early undergraduate level (befitting the purpose and readership of Crux), as well as tributes and reminiscences. If you would like to contribute to the special issue, please send the materials to crux-editors@cms.math.ca by August 1st.