Penticton, British Columbia
||Award of excellence, Canadian Architectural Yearbook, 1968
Raymond Affleck (1922–1989) was a Canadian architect born in Penticton, British Columbia. One of the founders of Montreal-based architectural firm Arcop, he taught at the University of Toronto, Harvard University, the University of Manitoba and the Technical University of Nova Scotia.
Projects and awards
- Place des Arts (Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier), Montreal (1963)
- University Centre, McGill University, Montreal (1965)
- Stephen Leacock Building, McGill University, Montreal (1965) 
- Place Bonaventure, Montreal (1967)
- Life Sciences Centre, Dalhousie University, Halifax (1971) — Award of excellence, Canadian Architectural Yearbook, 1968
- Mughal Sheraton Hotel, Agra (1978) — Aga Khan Award for Islamic Architectural Design winner
- Place Air Canada, Montreal (1983)
- Maison Alcan, Montreal (1984)
- Post Office, Mont-Royal
- Number One Wood Avenue, Montreal
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- ^ "Virtual McGill: Campuses and Buildings". McGill University. Accessed 25 January 2010 <url>.
- ^ "The Buildings of Dalhousie University, Life Sciences Centre". Dalhouse University Libraries. Accessed 25 January 2010 <url>.
- ^ "ARCOP". The Canadian Encyclopedia. Accessed January 25, 2010 <url>.