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How do you find postal codes?

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Find postal codes by typing an address into the search field on CanadaPost.ca or PostalCode-Lookup.com. Both these databases require an exact address to return a given postal code.

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To use PostalCode-Lookup.com, type an address into the search bar, and click the lookup button. This website compiles postal codes and addresses in both Canadian and American locations. Enter an address to display the corresponding postal code, as well as the location of the address plotted on a map. Include the city and state or province in the address to ensure the correct postal code is returned.

To find a postal code on the Canada Post website, begin typing the address into the search bar. If the address exists in the Canada Post database, it should appear as a suggestion. Selecting an address from the given suggestions displays the corresponding postal code. Users may also opt to look up an address that corresponds to a given postal code.

Click the find an address link at the bottom of the postal code search page to use this feature. Entering a postal code in the search bar returns results for corresponding addresses. Because postal codes generally correspond to a city block, the search returns a small range of addresses on a single street.

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