This is the citation pattern for journal articles:
author's name, title of article, year, volume number, issue number (if needed), journal or review name, first page number
H Patrick Glenn, "A Concept of Legal Tradition" (2008) 34:1 Queen's LJ 427.
It is only mandatory to include the issue number when the issues of the volume are not consecutively paginated, meaning that page numbering begins at 1 for each issue. Otherwise, inclusion of the issue number is optional.
Issues follow the volume number with a colon.
E.g., 34:1 (volume 34, issue 1)