What is the Canadian way of spelling color?

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In Canada either version of the word "color" can be generally used and accepted. The most commonly used is colour which is the official spelling.

The same applies to the official Canadian English spellings for armour, labour, behaviour, flavour, favour, favourite, honour, harbour, rumour, saviour, and savour.

Because of the US influence, words like airplane, tire, and aluminum, and endings like -ize or -yze are used in the American way like "authorize" and "paralyze" instead of the British way "authorise" and paralyse."

Also words with words ending with 'L' are either doubled with suffixes (the UK way) while other words have a single 'L' that is doubled in US English.

Travel:
Traveling = Travelling
Traveled = Travelled

Cancel:
Canceled = Cancelled
Canceling = Cancelling

Enroll = Enrol, Enrolment, Enrolling

Fulfill = Fulfil, Fulfilment, Fulfilling


For a website with all the British, Canadian, and American spellings, see the related link listed below.
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