Here are a variety of interesting and informative bridge sites to choose from.
District, Unit, and Association pages
Unit 166 Home Page
Webmaster Martin Hunter does a superb job keeping all the information up-to-date. You will find upcoming event schedules, event results including STAC games, masterpoint lists, bridge clubs in our area, bridge links, and fabulous photos. Bookmark this site.
The District 2 web site with reports from Paul Janicki plus lots of useful information.
Trent Valley Unit 246 website Newly redesigned by Greg Coles, this site contains a wealth of information including results from all District 2 tournaments, a list of all Unit 246 bridge clubs, board meeting minutes, plus more. Check it out today!
Bridge Teachers for Youth
Created by Atlanta Youth Bridge guru, Patty Tucker, Bridge Teachers for Youth is your one-stop site to find all the information you need to start
your own class or program or to find new ideas and information for your existing program.
Barbara Seagram Bridge
ACBL superstar teacher, wrtiter, and travel organizer Barbara Seagram has a new website with information on her Bridge Games & Classes, Cruises & Trips, Books & Products, plus personal photo albums.
ACBL District 1 website
The Official District 1, Eastern Canadian Bridge Conference, website with lots of information pertaining to our neighbours in Quebec and Eastern Canada.
The dream of Gavin Wolpert and Jason Feldman is now a reality. A central bridge website where people can come to get useful news, tools and education. Their site will strive to be your web based haven for everything bridge.
NewInBridge publishes theory (Topics) and daily news on bridge. Anchor man is Eric Rodwell, a multiple world bridge champion from the USA.
Vikings In Space
Jannes van 't Oevers personal experiences at the bridge table. Good reading.
A Canadian bridge blog founded by Ray & Linda Lee (Master Point Press). Strives to be a community of bridge authors commenting regularly on the bridge scene.
Guest bloggers include Mark Horton, Bobby Wolff, Judy Kay-Wolff, Roy Hughes, Ross Taylor, Ron Klinger, and many more.
Dave Smith, Associate Editor, ACBL Bridge Bulletin, has a bridge/poker blog site "just for fun".
Aurora Bridge Club
Conveniently located by the Aurora Public Library, all bridge players and visitors are welcome. Check the web site for game times and other information.
Bridge Centre of Niagara
President Chandi Jayawardena invites you to join the St. Catharines bridge club. Check out the full schedule of weekly games, both Open and limited (99er; 299er; 499er; 799er). Zero tolerance enforced.
Bridge In Barrie
Bryce Johnston keeps you informed about all the bridge events in the Barrie, Ontario area. Includes information about
BBA (Barrie Bridge Association) games at the Royal Canadian Legion Mon/Tues/Wed and Bay Bridge Barrie sanctioned home games at 191 Collier Street on Sundays & Thursdays.
Belleville Duplicate Bridge Club
Join Gerry Browning at 1989 Old Highway 2 in Belleville where
duplicate games are offered for all levels of players. Teaching lessons
Etobicoke Bridge Centre
Steve Overholt invites you to attend the new Etobicoke Bridge Centre (formerly the Etobicoke Olympium Bridge Club)
with afternoon games on Monday, Wednesday & Thursday. The club is located at the Etobicoke Olympium (2nd floor) - 590 Rathburn Rd (W. of 427)
Hamilton Bridge Centre
Viktoria Renaud invites you to visit them at 100 Ray Street North in Hamilton. Open games, EasyBridge games and team games are available.
Hart House Bridge Club
Located in the Reading Room of Hart House on the University of Toronto's St.
near Wellesley and Queen's Park Circle.
Open games every Tuesday at 6:30 PM.
Hazel's Bridge Club Hazel Wolpert invites you to visit her new full service bridge club. Morning, afternoon (12:30) , and evening games (7:15). Hand records every session. Teaching programs available. Free parking.
Located on the Upper Level of Centerpoint Mall, 6464 Yonge Street (SW corner Yonge & Steeles).
London Bridge Centre
The London Bridge Centre is a member managed, not-for-profit bridge club. The game schedule is structured to accomodate all levels of bridge players. Bridge sessions range from Bridge Lab,
0 to 100 masterpoints, Limited Point Games and Open Games. Visit their web site for more info.
Mississauga-Oakville Community Bridge Club
MOBridge has a full schedule of games and teaching programs for all levels. A great place to enjoy bridge. Check out their web site for all the
details. Howard Binsky is the club manager.
Richmond Hill Bridge Club
Games every Monday & Wednesday afternoon at Angus Glen Community Center; Thursday afternoon at Elgin Barrows Arena Comples; Saturday afternoon at Rouge Woods Community Center
Rob Drummond & Marilynne Unger invite you to visit Toronto Bridge at 60 St. Clair Ave East, 2 blocks east of Yonge. Check out their new website for the game schedule, results, and complete information.