Canada Postal Code Finder

About Canada Postal Code Finder

This is a free and easy-to-use Canadian postal code finder. If you are looking for some Canadian postal codes, understanding the format of Canadian postal codes, or want to locate a specific location of a postal code, this tool can be very helpful. Before that, let's introduce the postal code format in Canada.

The Canadian postal code has six characters, the first character is a letter (A-Z), the second character is a number (0-9), the third character is a letter, the fourth character is a number, the fifth character is a letter, and the sixth character is a number. Similar to the following form: A1B 2C3. Generally speaking, a space is used to separate them. The Canadian postal code can accurately locate the block on the map.

The first three characters represent a large continuous area, more precisely, it is divided according to the number of people. It could be a province with a small population, such as Nunavut, or a city with a large population, such as Montreal or Toronto.

The last three characters represent specific addresses, such as a hospital, a school, a large building unit, a residential community (block), or even a small town.

The first letter represents the region, for example, Quebec is G, Montreal is H, and so on.

The postal code H0H 0H0 is the address reserved for Santa Claus, which is actually the postal code of an office set up by the Canadian government to reply to letters sent to Santa Claus.

We have collected all postal codes in Canada, totaling over 890000 valid and in use postal codes. Among the publicly available data on the Internet, our Canadian postal code database may be the most comprehensive dataset. So you can easily find the postal codes of all cities in Canada.

We first listed all provinces and equivalent administrative regions in Canada, including Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territory, Nova Scotia, Nunavut Territory, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan, Yukon. According to our records, Ontario has the highest number of postal codes. When you click on a province, you will see all the cities in that province. When you click on a city, you can view all the postal codes belonging to that city.

In addition to easily finding the postal codes of all cities in Canada, you can also enter the postal code for location. You can find detailed information about all postal codes, including city, province, area code, latitude, and longitude. Give it a try now.