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Canadian postal codes can be found on the Canadian Post's official website using their postal code search engine. Simply enter a Canadian address, select an address from the list of suggested address, and obtain the post... More »

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Examples of Vancouver, Canada postal codes include V5K 0A1, V6H 1P1 and V5K 2G1. Vancouver has hundreds of different alphanumeric postal codes. Each of these postal codes feature a three-character postal identifier follo... More »

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Postal codes in the Canadian province of New Brunswick all begin with the letter E. For example, in the capital city of St. John, there are 400 postal codes, ranging from E2H to E2S. More »

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Canada Post offers free postal code lookups on its website. Users can find the postal code by typing the Canadian address, rural route, General Delivery, civic number or P.O. Box in its Find a Postal Code search box. More »

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Some common postal codes in the Canadian province of Quebec are G5H, H7A, H7C, G0B and G0C, as of 2015. Other postal codes in the region are G0J, G0K, G0L, G0M and G0P. Any postal code that begins with the letter G corre... More »

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CR2 6XH, 5432, 69008 and A65 F4E2 are examples of the variety of postal codes found around the world. Some countries, such as Australia and France, use fully numeric postal codes. Other countries, such as the United King... More »

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It is possible to look up a postal code using the Look Up a ZIP Code button on the website of the U.S. Postal Service, www.usps.com. The button is located on the left side of the page. More »

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