There are 523 different postal code prefixes for Ontario, Canada. "ZIP code" is an American term that means roughly the same thing as postal code in Canada. All postal codes in Ontario begin with letters K, L, M, N or P.
The first three digits in a Canadian postal code determine to which Forwarding Sortation Area the mail is sent. A space follows the first three digits and then there are 3 other digits which determine the mail's exact destination. The top 5 postal code prefixes in Ontario are K0K, K0A, L4N, L5N and N0G. Most of these heavily populated codes are in rural areas, which encompass areas several times larger than the most populated codes in Toronto or other cities in Ontario.Learn More
A famous landmark in Canada is Niagara Falls, located in Ontario. Niagara Falls is comprised of three waterfalls on the international border of Ontario and the U.S. state of New York.Full Answer >
Ontario, Canada is in the Eastern and Central time zones. Eastern and Central Standard time occurs during some of the fall and most of the winter. Eastern and Central Daylight time occurs the rest of the year.Full Answer >
The Food Basics chain has over 115 stores in Ontario, Canada. There is a search tool at the Food Basics website that assists in finding their locations.Full Answer >
To obtain a fishing license in Ontario, you must first purchase a fishing Outdoors Card online or through a participating ServiceOntario center or issuing retailer. A fishing license tag may then be purchased from the same source and must accompany the Outdoors Card whenever you fish.Full Answer >