A few examples from the Okanagan College Chicago Manual of Style Guide. See the guide for more examples and information.
Bibliography: “Bull and the Gun.” Edmonton Journal, August 18, 1990, G1-G2.
Note: “Bull and the Gun,” Edmonton Journal, August 18, 1990, G1.
If you have cited several articles from a newspaper, do not cite each article separately in the bibliography. Provide the name of the newspaper and the date range consulted: New York Times, September 1977-August 1980.
Tetlock, Philip E. and Dan Gardner, “Doctors without Science: A Brief History of Quackery, From
Leeches to Ostrich Eggs.” The Walrus, December 2015. http://thewalrus.ca/doctors-without-science/.
MacQueen, Ken, and Michael Friscolanti. "Who gets to be Canadian?" Maclean's. October 19, 2015.
Philip E. Tetlock and Dan Gardner, “Doctors without Science: A Brief History of Quackery, From Leeches to
Ostrich Eggs,” The Walrus, December 2015, http://thewalrus.ca/doctors-without-science/.
Ken MacQueen and Michael Friscolanti, "Who gets to be Canadian?," Maclean's, October 19, 2015,
Weekly and monthly magazines are usually cited by date only, even if they have volume and issue numbers. Cite the specific page in your note, but do not include the page range in the bibliography.