If you have enough information (as is found in a bibliographic citation) to identify a journal article, look up the journal by title in the Library Catalogue. Be sure you look it up by the title of the journal, not the title of the article.
The catalogue entry might give you one or more links to the online version of the journal, or it might give you a call number for the print journal.
If the library doesn't have the journal, or doesn't have the issue that you need, you can order the article through Interlibrary Loan (or UREAD if you are a distance education student, or a faculty member not based at the Regina campus).
This section assumes that you have enough information (as is found in a bibliographic citation) to identify a conference article.
You can search for articles on a topic by searching bibliographic databases.
Bibliographic databases fall into two categories: