Produced from 1924 through 1973, the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC)'s Journals offer a crucial documentary history of the development of architecture and of architectural practices in Canada. This history is of broad relevance to Canadian culture, most obviously to architectural historians and heritage practitioners. It also speaks to important periods of development for Canadian culture and self-awareness, from the Great War memorials, through the Massey Commission era, to Expo 67' and the OPEC oil crisis, to the emergence of ecologically oriented design and to consciousness of Canada's built heritage.

The RAIC Journals went through five title changes throughout its 49 years of publication. These titles were:

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