POSTAL CODE - ZIPCODE

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Postal code (ZIP)

postal code (also known locally in various English-speaking countries throughout the world as a postcodepost codePIN or ZIP Code) is a series of letters or digits or both, sometimes including spaces or punctuation, included in a postal address for the purpose of sorting mail.

In February 2005, 117 of the 190 member countries of the Universal Postal Union had postal code systems.

Although postal codes are usually assigned to geographical areas, special codes are sometimes assigned to individual addresses or to institutions that receive large volumes of mail, such as government agencies and large commercial companies. One example is the French CEDEX system.

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Counties

K

PlacesZipcode / Postcode
CardiganC0A
ElmiraC0A 1K0
GeorgetownC0A
MontagueC0A
MorellC0A
Murray HarbourC0A
Murray RiverC0A
Saint CatherinesC0A 1H1
Saint-Peters BayC0A
SourisC0A

P

PlacesZipcode / Postcode
AlbanyC0B
AlbertonC0B
BedequeC0B
Bloomfield StationC0B
Borden-CarletonC0B
Central BedequeC0B, C1N
ColemanC0B
EllerslieC0B
ElmsdaleC0B
FreetownC0B 1L0
KensingtonC0B
KinkoraC0B
Lennox IslandC0B 1P0
MiminegashC0B 1S0
MiscoucheC0B
O’LearyC0B
RichmondC0B
Saint-LouisC0B
Slemon ParkC0B 0B1, C0B 2A0
SummersideC1N
TignishC0B
Tyne ValleyC0B
Wellington StationC0B

Q

PlacesZipcode / Postcode
AlexandraC1B
Argyle ShoreC0A 1H7
AuburnC1B
BelfastC0A
Belle RiverC0A
BethelC1B
BonshawC0A
BrackleyC1E
Brackley BeachC1E
BreadalbaneC0A 1E0
BunburyC1B
Canoe CoveC0A
CharlottetownC1A, C1B, C1C, C1E
Clyde RiverC0A
CornwallC0A
CrapaudC0A
CumberlandC0A 1H2
DonaghC1B
DunstaffnageC1C
EbenezerC1E
ElmwoodC0A 1H3
FairviewC0A 1H2
Fort AugustusC1B
FrenchfortC1C
GlenfinnanC1B
Green GablesC0A 0B9, C0A 1M0
HarringtonC1E
HazelbrookC1B
HermitageC1B 3R1
Hunter RiverC0A
Johnstons RiverC1B
KingstonC0A
Lake VerdeC1B
Long CreekC0A
MarshfieldC1C
MeadowbankC0A
MermaidC1B
Milton StationC1E
Mount AlbionC1B
Mount HerbertC1B
Mount MellickC1B
Mount StewartC0A
New ArgyleC0A 1H7
New DominionC0A 1H6
New GlasgowC0A 1N0
New HavenC0A 1H3
Nine Mile CreekC0A
North MiltonC1E
North RusticoC0A 0A7, C0A 1N0, C0A 1X0
North WiltshireC0A
North WinsloeC1E
Oyster Bed BridgeC1E
Pisquid WestC1B
PownalC1B
Rice PointC0A 1H6
Rocky PointC0A 1H2
South WinsloeC1E
SpringvaleC1E
StratfordC1B
SuffolkC1C
TarantumC1B
Union RoadC1E
Vernon BridgeC0A
VictoriaC0A 2G0
Village GreenC1B
Warren GroveC0A, C1E
WatersideC1B
Websters CornerC1B
Wheatley RiverC1E
YorkC0A
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