If you’re not sure how to spell a certain word, check the Canadian Oxford Dictionary or The Canadian Press Caps and Spelling

Note: Compound adjectives are often hyphenated before the noun they modify (e.g., health-care providers, well-intentioned actions, second-year student). Compounds ending in “-ly” are not hyphenated either before or after a noun (e.g., smartly dressed, beautifully presented, second-year student). 

Refer to the campus map for the proper spelling of building names and building codes.   

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