Nova Scotia Postal Codes

Nova Scotia Postal Codes

Here is the most complete and accurate database of Nova Scotia postal codes or Nova Scotia zip codes. Information of Nova Scotia postal/zip codes is presented on the basis of the latest versions of the postcode database shared by the authorities via the internet. We would like to note that, unlike other sites with zip codes / postal codes databases, we only have tried to shared on real operating indexes/codes, there is no outdated information, and you can be absolutely sure that the index found on our website will be exactly valid and correspond to the selected address. Nova Scotia Postal Code / Zip Codes.

 

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FSA
Type
Area Code
FSA
Type
Area Code
* B0A
Not in use
* B0B
Not in use
B0C
North Victoria County
902
B0E
West Cape Breton Island
* B0G
Not in use
B0H
Canso region
B0J
South HRM and mainland east shore
902 782
B0K
Northumberland Strait south shore
B0L
Isthmus of Chignecto
B0M
Cobequid Bay north shore
B0N
North HRM and Hants County
902 782
B0P
Kings County
902
B0R
West Lunenburg County
902
B0S
West Annapolis County
902
B0T
Region of Queens Municipality
902 782
B0V
Digby County
902
B0W
Southwest Mainland
* B0X
Not in use
* B0Y
Not in use
* B0Z
Not in use
B1A
Glace Bay
902
B1B
Port Morien
B1C
Louisbourg
902
B1E
Reserve Mines
B1G
Dominion
902
B1H
New Waterford
902
B1J
East Bay
902 782
B1K
Marion Bridge
B1L
Sydney
902 782
B1M
Sydney
902 782
B1N
Sydney
902 782
B1P
Sydney
902 782
B1R
Sydney
902 782
B1S
Sydney
902 782
B1T
Christmas Island
B1V
North Sydney
902 782
B1W
Eskasoni
B1X
Big Bras d’Or
B1Y
Alder Point
* B1Z
Not assigned
B2A
North Sydney
902 782
* B2B
Not assigned
B2C
Iona
B2E
Loch Lomond
B2G
Antigonish
902
B2H
New Glasgow
902
B2J
Fourchu
* B2K
Not assigned
* B2L
Not assigned
* B2M
Not assigned
B2N
Truro
902 782
* B2P
Not assigned
B2R
Waverley
B2S
Lantz
902
B2T
Enfield / Fall River
902
B2V
Dartmouth
902
B2W
Dartmouth
902
B2X
Dartmouth
902
B2Y
Dartmouth
902
B2Z
Dartmouth
902
B3A
Dartmouth
902
B3B
Dartmouth
902
* B3C
Not assigned
B3E
Porters Lake
B3G
Eastern Passage
902
B3H
Halifax
902 782
B3J
Halifax
902 782
B3K
Halifax
902 782
B3L
Halifax
902 782
B3M
Halifax
902 782
B3N
Halifax
902 782
B3P
Halifax
902 782
B3R
Halifax
902 782
B3S
Halifax
902 782
B3T
Lakeside
B3V
Harrietsfield
* B3W
Not assigned
* B3X
Not assigned
* B3Y
Not assigned
B3Z
Tantallon
902
B4A
Bedford
902
B4B
Bedford
902
B4C
Lower Sackville
902 782
B4E
Lower Sackville
902 782
B4G
Lower Sackville
902 782
B4H
Amherst
902
* B4J
Not assigned
* B4K
Not assigned
* B4L
Not assigned
* B4M
Not assigned
B4N
Kentville
902
B4P
Wolfville
902
B4R
Coldbrook
* B4S
Not assigned
* B4T
Not assigned
B4V
Bridgewater
902 782
* B4W
Not assigned
* B4X
Not assigned
* B4Y
Not assigned
* B4Z
Not assigned
B5A
Yarmouth
* B5B
Not assigned
* B5C
Not assigned
* B5E
Not assigned
* B5G
Not assigned
* B5H
Not assigned
* B5J
Not assigned
* B5K
Not assigned
* B5L
Not assigned
* B5M
Not assigned
* B5N
Not assigned
* B5P
Not assigned
* B5R
Not assigned
* B5S
Not assigned
* B5T
Not assigned
* B5V
Not assigned
* B5W
Not assigned
* B5X
Not assigned
* B5Y
Not assigned
* B5Z
Not assigned
* B6A
Not assigned
* B6B
Not assigned
* B6C
Not assigned
* B6E
Not assigned
* B6G
Not assigned
* B6H
Not assigned
* B6J
Not assigned
* B6K
Not assigned
B6L
Truro
902 782
* B6M
Not assigned
* B6N
Not assigned
* B6P
Not assigned
* B6R
Not assigned
* B6S
Not assigned
* B6T
Not assigned
* B6V
Not assigned
* B6W
Not assigned
* B6X
Not assigned
* B6Y
Not assigned
* B6Z
Not assigned
B9A
Port Hawkesbury
902
* B9B
Not assigned
* B9C
Not assigned
* B9E
Not assigned
* B9G
Not assigned
* B9H
Not assigned
* B9J
Not assigned
* B9K
Not assigned
* B9L
Not assigned
* B9M
Not assigned
* B9N
Not assigned
* B9P
Not assigned
* B9R
Not assigned
* B9S
Not assigned
* B9T
Not assigned
* B9V
Not assigned
* B9W
Not assigned
* B9X
Not assigned
* B9Y
Not assigned
* B9Z
Not assigned

 

When did zip codes first appear? Zip codes were first introduced in major cities around 1860 during the population boom. Its purpose was to ease the complexity of postal delivery. By World War I, most major European cities had postal districts or area numbering. Around 1930, small towns and even rural areas began to be divided into these postal districts or area numbering. From that point on, the postcode system evolved.