Postal Data

Coverage: Worldwide


FSALDU Polygons and Points (Canada):

The FSALDU database contains polygon and point representations showing the locations of Canadian Postal Codes. There are over 835,000 unique postal codes in this file that represent both Forward Sortation Areas (FSA) and Local Delivery Units (LDU). The first character in the Forward Sortation Areas are defined geographic areas and are also known as “postal districts”. These districts often cover an entire province, except for Ontario and Quebec where there are multiple districts due to population. The second character (which is a digit) within the Forward Sortation Area indicates whether the geographic area is urban or rural. Any FSA with a “0” in the middle of the 3-digit code indicates a rural location. The third character in an FSA represents an urban area, an entire town or city, or a portion of a major metropolitan area.


FSA Polygons and Points (Canada):

The FSA, or Forward Sortation Area, database contains all postal districts within Canada. There are over 1,600 Forward Sortation Areas in this database within Canada and represent the geographic area of all 6-digit (FSALDU) postal codes within that FSA.


FSALD Polygons and Points (Canada):

The 5-digit FSALD location represent a more general view of postal codes than the FSALDU polygons do. This database is ideal for generating sales and service territories among other forms of analysis.


FSAL Polygons and Points (Canada):

The 4-digit FSAL file represents the first four characters of the Canadian Postal Codes. This database is useful for more of a granular analysis than the FSA boundaries do. This database is ideal for generating customer territories and more generalized sales/service territories.


Zip Code Polygons and Points (United States):

Zip codes, or Zone Improvement Areas, are created by the United Postal Service and contain over 41,000 active zip codes in this database for the United States. The first digit in the Zip Code represents the State or group of States within the US. The second and third digit represent a larger geographic region (including part of a city or town) while the fourth and fifth digit representing a more specific area or location inside that region.


Postal Codes Polygons and Points (Mexico):

Postal codes in Mexico are issued by the Correos de México. There are over 67,000 5-digit postal codes in this database and are identified by the first 2-digits which represent the state, and the last 3-digits representing the local area.


Postcode Polygons and Points (UK):

Postcodes in the UK are alphanumeric in nature and represent a delivery area containing a grouping of addresses or single delivery unit. They can range from six to eight characters and are made up of an outward code and an inward code. The outward code contains the postcode area and the postcode district while the inward code includes the postcode sector and postcode unit. This file contains over 1.7M postcodes for the UK.

Address Points

Coverage: Worldwide


The Address Points database represent X/Y or GPS locations or addresses that have been assigned to buildings and/or properties by each respective local municipality. Address information is prevalent throughout most major corporate information systems and are critical in identifying where key business activities take place including customers location, service availability, routing, new developments, and much more.


The Address Points include all urban and rural addresses and are maintained regularly to include new development, changes in street numbers and street names (i.e. amalgamation).


Address Points can be used to identify existing and new customers, standardize existing address databases, visualization of location information, geocoding, emergency response, routing, and more.

Points of Interest

Coverage: Worldwide


Points of Interest database contains locations that are identified as having cultural, historical or regional significance. Some Points of Interest are available in polygon format, for example golf course POIs contain the shape/boundaries of each golf course.


  • Campgrounds
  • Landmarks
  • Stadiums & Arenas
  • Schools
  • Police, Ambulance, Fire
  • Festivals & Markets
  • Civic Buildings
  • Financial Institutions
  • Golf Courses
  • Gas Stations
  • Religious Buildings
  • Accommodations

Cadastral/Property Parcel Data

Coverage: Worldwide


Property Parcels are polygons representations outlining the extents of property lines. Parcels are a useful tool for performing area calculations on properties, determining distance calculations to corporate assets, and as a useful tool for site selection projects.

Demographic Data

Coverage: Worldwide


Demographic information is available in the following categories:

  • Behaviour and Psychographics
  • Product Usage Data
  • Media Usage
  • Geo-demographic Data
  • Consumer Lifestyle Clusters
  • Shopping Patterns
  • Spending Data
  • Financial Data

Land Use Polygons

Coverage: Canada (Contact Us for other jurisdictions)


Land Use Polygons are boundary representation of municipally assigned land use characteristics. Property types include Residential, Commercial, Industrial, Parks/Open Spaces, and Institutional.

Cell and Radio Towers

Coverage: Canada (Contact Us for other jurisdictions)


This dataset includes the locations, heights, and strength of cell phone and radio towers.


Seasonal Populations

Coverage: Canada (Contact Us for other jurisdictions)


A populated zone where permanent population numbers are greatly increased during vacation (i.e. summer/winter) seasons.

School Catchment Areas

Coverage: Canada (Contact Us for other jurisdictions)


Boundaries that represent zones for school attendance.

Other Data

Coverage: Worldwide


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