Find Canadian Postal Codes Inside a Radius

Map of the Canada where you can specify a point and a radius to search within and return all the postal codes found inside that radius.

Canadian Postal Code Radius Search Map

Options

Step 1 : Radius km (maximum = 200km) OR miles (maximum = 125 miles)

Step 2 : Click on map OR Place radius by location name or post code :

Only return Forward Sortation Area (FSA). Locations are averaged

 Draw Radius 

Output

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Cities

Instructions

Input a radius to search within in KM or miles. Click on the map or type in an address or Canadian post code on the center of your search. After a delay, the results will appear in the text box. If there are fewer than 5000 post code results, they will also be shown on the map. If you hover over a marker, you will see it's postal code.

You can find a comma separated list of the post codes in the large text box below the map.

There is a limit to the radius because excessive results can take a long time to load and some web browsers struggle to load them all.

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Comments For This Page

Thanks. We found 5 erroneous results from the 36744 returned. These are now corrected.
By Free Map Tools on 21st February 2018

Type Edmonton in as the radius point, with 100KM's as the search radius. Fort McMurray, Edson and Calgary all come up as options, despite being well outside of the radius.
On 21st February 2018

Hi, we have checked but can't repeat the issue. Can you confirm exact search please? So name of center point location, the radius and and an example of an incorrect postal code.
By Free Map Tools on 21st February 2018

Searching with Alberta seems to give results well outside of the radius search. EG. Typing in Edmonton gives results in Calgary, despite being far outside of the range.
On 20th February 2018

Hi, please let us know what your search was and what the FSA 31 KMS FAR are.
By Free Map Tools on 14th February 2018

fsa ARE NOT ACCURATE IN CANADA. i PUT 5 KM RADIUS IT RETURNS FSA 31 KMS FAR
On 14th February 2018

Canada has more dense output of results so we have lower performance threshold to manage. This is why the limit is lower.
By Free Map Tools on 29th January 2018

Would it be possible to expand the radius maximum? The US map allows for a greater distance. A 250 Mile radius (or more) for Canada would be awesome!
On 29th January 2018

Cities have now been added.
By Free Map Tools on 23rd January 2018

Really need the cities within a radius like the US version instead of just postal codes.
On 19th January 2018

Hi! I'm getting over 100,000 results for postal codes within 100 miles of London, Ontario. Is that correct?
By Clara on 1st November 2017

Hi François, thanks for the feedback. Out of 36,000 results there was one instance of H3C (H3C 3P8). This is now corrected.
By Free Map Tools on 7th September 2017

It is returning more postal codes (and FSA) than expected from radius selected. I'm getting H3C when I specify G1R and a radius of 90km... It's impossible
By François on 5th September 2017

Doesn't show a map, and the list produced doesn't include the postal I input, which does receive mail.
On 17th July 2017

Frank, This page [Find Canadian Postal Codes Inside a Radius] seems to have returned all the Canadian postcodes inside the radius you specified. Sorry for that.
By Free Map Tools on 14th July 2017

I accepted a 50 km radius and input a specific postal code, T1S 1B3, expecting it to be placed on a map, or at least a circle on a map, and instead got a list of 29,491 postal codes - useless!
By Frank on 14th July 2017

This is amazing! I use postal codes and zipcodes a lot for my work. This is way better than our database:):):)
By June on 28th June 2017

Can't see the map, saying the page didn't load google maps correctly.
On 12th June 2017

Hi Sarah, please get in contact directly to discuss.
By Free Map Tools on 17th April 2017

Great tool and surprisingly fast results. Is there any way to connect to this page programmatically? For example if I wanted to script out a list of sources and radiuses? Perhaps with the search terms embedded in the URL?
By Sarah on 11th April 2017

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