In English, retain the hyphen for French-named campus streets and buildings:
- Marie-Curie Street
- Séraphin-Marion Street
- Jean-Jacques-Lussier Street
- Roger-Guindon Hall (Guindon Hall is also used)
- René-Levesque Blvd.
- Sainte-Catherine Street
- Mont-Laurier (the town)
Retain the hyphens in French-named bursaries and scholarships:
- the Yvan-Lepage Memorial Scholarship
- the Huguette-Labelle Scholarship Fund
For more information and additional examples of French names in English texts, see the section titled French in the Canadian Press Stylebook and Chapter 15 of The Canadian Style.