The exit codes in Canada are much easier to read and understand than the US ones.
And when you’re entering a store or a bar, you can be sure you’re not entering the wrong exit code.
Here are five things you need to know about Canada’s exit codes.
Exit 111 is easier to decipher When you enter a Canadian exit code, you’ll see the number in white and a number in black.
If it’s 111, you’re going to be taken to the next step.
The next step is the same as in the US, except you’ll be taken directly to the entry desk.
You can check for exit numbers in stores or bars and you can also check on the status of exit codes by typing exit 111.
This will display the number for the nearest exit code to the nearest US exit number.
Exit code 127 is easier on your hands and knees The exit code 127 in Canada is harder to decipher.
The exit numbers start with a 2 and are followed by 3 numbers.
The 3 numbers are usually the 3 numbers that go to the closest US exit codes (the first 3 numbers start at exit number 111 and the second 3 numbers go to exit number 126).
If the exit code in Canada has a 3 in it, that means it’s a Canadian code.
So if you enter 127 in a Canadian restaurant or bar, that’s the number to go to a US exit for the restaurant or the bar.
You need a special card for exit codes 1.
You’ll need a card with a code.