Nunavut Postal Codes - NU, Canada
The Canada Postal Code assigns a unique code for each city or building or address or neighborhood in the NU Province, Canada.
A forward sortation area (FSA) is a geographical region in which all postal codes start with the same three characters. The first letter of an FSA code denotes a particular Nunavut Postal Code district, which, outside of Quebec and Ontario, corresponds to an entire province or territory.
A Canadian postal code is a six-character string that forms part of a postal address in Canada. Like British and Dutch postcodes, Canada's Nunavut Postal Codes are alphanumeric.
In this web page you can search for NU Postal Codes. NU is the Nunavutabbreviation, which allow automated sorting by the Canada Post Office. The codes replaced the traditional system used until the 1990s