Example of proper addressing
To avoid unnecessary delays in delivery of your mail items, you should:
- Print the address in uppercase.
- Include two spaces between the province or territory and the postal code.
- Print postal codes in uppercase with the first 3 elements separated from the last 3 by a space. Don’t use hyphens. If the postal code isn’t formatted in this manner, the mail may be delayed.
Here’s an example of proper addressing format: