Telephone Dialing Codes
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Telephone Area Codes
- Telephone Area Codes for Canada- Area codes usually indicate geographical areas within one country that are covered by perhaps hundreds of telephone exchanges.
Country Calling Codes
Every country has both a country calling code used to dial into a country, and an international call prefix or international access code used to dial out of the country. The ITU (International Telecommunication Union) recommends 00 as the general standard, and this has been implemented by a large number of countries but not all of them.
When dialing from Canada, 011 is the international prefix used to dial a location outside of Canada.