A postal code, also known as postcode, post code, PIN, or ZIP Code in various English-speaking countries worldwide, consists of a sequence of letters, digits, or a combination of both, occasionally incorporating spaces or punctuation. Its primary function is to facilitate the sorting of mail in a postal address.
In Canada, postal codes contain a combination of six characters featuring three letters followed by three digits. For instance, the postal code assigned to the CN Tower in Toronto is M5V 3L9. Each mailing address throughout Canada is assigned a postal code, aiding mail carriers and couriers in the sorting and delivery of mail.
How to Know Your Postal Code in Canada
Our website has a catalog of all the postal codes for all the provinces, cities, and towns in Canada. We continually update to provide newer information whenever the need arises.