Canadian Consolidated Subdivisions

Adjacent Census Subdivisions

This product maps Canadian Postal CodesOM to Consolidated Subdivisions (as defined by Statistics Canada and used by Census of Agriculture). This database is ideal for assigning sales territories or for use in applications where sub-dividing a province is needed.

Note: Although similar in name, this is not the same as our Canadian Subdivisions product.

Statistics Canada currently defines 2,338 Consolidated Subdivisions 293 Census Divisions and 5,250 Subdivisions. The Divisions have a 4-digit number and the Subdivisions belonging to that Division begin with the same 4-digit number, followed by a 3-digit number.

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Canadian Consolidated Subdivisions

This product contains Canadian Consolidated Subdivisions associated to Canadian Postal Codes as determined by Statistics Canada (Canada's Census Bureau) and used by Census of Agriculture.

Statistics Canada defines Consolidated Subdivisions as follows:
A census consolidated subdivision (CCS) is a group of adjacent census subdivisions. Generally, the smaller, more densely-populated census subdivisions (towns, villages, etc.) are combined with the surrounding, larger, more rural census subdivision, in order to create a geographic level between the census subdivision and the census division.

Learn more: View the Product Documentation / Watch our Accuracy Matters video / Interesting Wikipedia article about Census Divisions and Subdivisions

Database Specs

Data Format - CSV

Comma-Separated Values (CSV) Text File

CCSUID

Census Consolidated Subdivision Code - This code begins with the two-digit Province ID, next the Census Agricultural Region, next comes the Census Consolidated Subdivision ID.

CCSName

Census Consolidated Subdivision Name

Canadian Postal CodeOM

The Postal CodeOM is 7 characters in the following format: ANA NAN.  Please note that there is a space in the 4th position

Province Abbreviation

The Province code is 2 characters (AB=Alberta, BC=British Columbia, MB=Manitoba, etc.)

Province Name

The name of the Province

Province Code

The Province code is 2 characters (AB=Alberta, BC=British Columbia, MB=Manitoba, etc.)

City/ Town

The city/town is up to 30 characters long.

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