Renfrew is a North Central inner-city community in Calgary. It is considered in the North East Quadrant of the city. But is gaining popularity for its convenience and connection to major roads including Deerfoot Trail (QE2 Highway), and 16th Avenue North (Highway 1) that connects you easily North/South and East/West. Also, the community of Renfrew connects you to downtown easily with Edmonton Trail to the West of the community, and Centre Street, which is only a few blocks away. It is only about a 5-minute drive to the downtown core on a good day with no traffic.
History of Renfrew: The community itself was not developed until the 1940s. During the Second World War, the area was occupied by a Royal Canadian Air Force training base and airfield which also served as the Calgary airport. Once the airport was relocated from its original site (on the corner of present-day 6th Street and Regal Crescent), the area was developed for residential use. (source: Wikipedia).
Renfrew Educational Services is a not-for-profit society and registered charity that has been welcoming children and parents since 1974 and has been a leader in education for children with special needs. It originally started as a community-based kindergarten program in the community of Renfrew.
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