Postal codes for locations in northeastern Calgary in the province of Alberta in Canada begin with T3N. The last three digits vary according to the specific address.
A Canadian postal code is a six-character alphanumeric code divided into two segments, the forward sortation area and the local delivery unit, according to Canada Post. The forward sortation area, formatted with an alphabetic character, a number and another alphabetic character, identifies a specific area within one of the 18 major geographic regions. The final three characters combine a number, an alphabetic character and a final number to identify the local delivery area.