The Montreal postcodes map shows all the zip codes of Montreal. This zip code map of Montreal will allow you to easily find postal codes and address lookup of Montreal in Quebec - Canada. The Montreal postcode map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
In Canada, the first attempts of the postal service dates back to the year 1693. The immigrant Portuguese Pedro da Silva brought a package or a bundle of letters from Montreal in Quebec against a payment of 20 Sou. In this way, da Silva states as the first courier in Canada, fact also for which was also honored. The stamp that was then released in 2003, was dedicated entirely to him. In 1763, Benjamin Franklin developed the first system of mail for private individuals. After one year from this, he introduced the first stamp. The Canadian postcode are called in the local language Postal Code or Code Postal. They correspond to the following diagram: A0A 0A0. “A” stays for a letter and “0“for a digit as you can see in Montreal postcodes map.
Downtown Montreal East Post Office Postal code is H3B. Downtown Montreal East is located in Quebec, Canada. The map coordinates of latitude and longitude for Downtown Montreal East H3B are 45.5005, -73.5684 as shown in Montreal postcodes map below. The complete postcodes are made with the a zone prefix and then 3 digits more, example: Prefix H3A and the last 3 digits 1B9.
A Canadian postal code is a six-character sequence that forms a portion of a postal address in Canada. Like British, Irish, and Dutch postcodes, Canada postal codes are alphanumeric. They are in the format A1A 1A1, where A is a letter, and 1 is a digit, with a space departing the third and fourth characters. If prompted for your ZIP code, just enter the three digits of your postal code plus two zeros. So for example, if your postal code is A2B 3C4, the 5 digit number you should enter is 23400. Postal zones were implemented in Montreal in 1944 as its mentioned in Montreal postcodes map. In the late 1960s, however, the Post Office began implementing a three-digit zone number scheme in major cities to replace existing one- and two-digit zone numbers, starting in Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver.