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* Canada Post also published the abbreviations for provinces and territories [http://www.canadapost.ca/tools/pg/manual/PGaddress-e.asp#1380608]
 
* Canada Post also published the abbreviations for provinces and territories [http://www.canadapost.ca/tools/pg/manual/PGaddress-e.asp#1380608]
   e.g. Whitehorse, YT  Toronto, ON  Charlottetown
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   e.g. Whitehorse, YT  Toronto, ON  Charlottetown PE
  
 
* For wide roads (at least 3 lanes on each direction) with two directions of traffic, [[create two one-way roads]] so that a GPS lock will be made correctly. Note: standard lane width is about 3.5m, typical GPS accuracy is about 10-20m.
 
* For wide roads (at least 3 lanes on each direction) with two directions of traffic, [[create two one-way roads]] so that a GPS lock will be made correctly. Note: standard lane width is about 3.5m, typical GPS accuracy is about 10-20m.

Revision as of 16:37, 10 April 2012

Complete Guide to Waze in Canada (Under Development)

  • Since the USA and Canada share the same Waze server, please refer to USA link in the left menu bar for additional information.
  • This page should also available in French. See "Use your language skills" below.

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 e.g. John St, Bayview Ave, Don Valley Pky, Slick Dr, Main Blvd

See http://www.canadapost.ca/tools/pg/manual/PGaddress-e.asp#1423617 for full details in English and French.

  • Canada Post also published the abbreviations for provinces and territories [1]
 e.g. Whitehorse, YT   Toronto, ON   Charlottetown PE
  • For wide roads (at least 3 lanes on each direction) with two directions of traffic, create two one-way roads so that a GPS lock will be made correctly. Note: standard lane width is about 3.5m, typical GPS accuracy is about 10-20m.

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