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Originally known as the Germantown, Bridgeland was home to ethnic Germans (belonging to the Russian Empire) who came to the community and permanently settled here. It was only by the beginning of the 20th century that a majority of the settlers in Bridgeland were Ukrainian and Italian immigrants. After that, the community was referred to as the Riverside for several decades until it was finally christened Bridgeland after the famous Dominion Bridge Company that began its operations in the area.
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Living Life in a Bridgeland Home
A plethora of recreation options makes it quite easy for you to pick an exciting way to spend weekends as a Bridgeland resident. With the Harvie Passage Whitewater kayak park nearby, you have water sport right in your backyard. Apart from this, the neighbourhood has all the amenities for you to play a soccer game or tennis match or baseball with friends too.
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Things to Do in Bridgeland/Riverside
If you love participating in athletic events, you should gear up for the Scotiabank Calgary Marathon, which starts and ends here in Bridgeland. This is Canada's longest running marathon. 21) The Bridgeland Farmers’ Market is another good place to drop in at every Thursday if you like to stock up on amazing food and also get familiar with the local musicians and artisans and their talents.
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Selling and then Relocating into Bridgeland/Riverside
Its colourful, international spirit lives on through its eateries. There’s Costa Rican coffee at Baya Rica Cafe, Japanese ramen at Shiki Menya, Middle Eastern shawarmas at Tazza Deli and Grill, everything Italian at La Brezza Ristorante and La Dolce Vita, homegrown comfort food at Blue Star Diner.
Parents of young children prefer this neighbourhood for the easy access it offers to good schools nearby. Stanley Jones Elementary, Colonel Macleod Junior High School, Langevin and Crescent Heights High School are popular choices. There is also a school for special needs children- the Christine Meikle school.