Getting one was surprisingly simple. Library and Archives Canada manages ISSN Canada, and the application form there is short. I applied; they pointed out something I was missing; I fixed it; they assigned an ISSN. Wonderful!
The site follows the guidelines for the presentation of serial publications:
To assist readers in finding, identifying and using your serial publication, we recommend the following information be presented clearly, explicitly, and consistently on each and every issue or part:
- name of publisher
- place of publication
- numbering and/or chronological designation
Observing this best practice will help users to easily discover your serial publication and to distinguish it from other serials.
Soon I will add some metadata inside the web pages so that the ISSN is embedded as a Uniform Resource Number.