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What information is included in 411.ca search results?

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A reverse phone number search on 411.ca provides the name and address of the person assigned to the number, while a reverse address search works similarly for addresses. 411.ca tries to return as much information regarding residential listings of people in Canada as possible based on the information supplied.

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The 411.ca search allows users to search for individuals by name or phone number.

To perform a standard search, simply enter part or all of a last name, the full initial and last name, the first name and last name, or the phone number if known. The most effective searches are ones that use a last name and only a first initial. This decreases the chances of spelling mistakes.

If a compound name fails to return results, try removing the space from between the names or adding a hyphen to join them. If the name still does not appear, try using only the first four letters of the last name.

For a reverse address search, enter the house number and street name, the city, province and postal code of the address. If no results are found, the address may be too specific; remove the street type or remove the directional indicators from the street name.

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