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What year did the Confederation Bridge open?

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The "Official Opening" of the Confederation Bridge occurred on May 31, 1997. There was a "Bridge Run" and a "Bridge Walk" in which an estimated 75,000 people participated prior to the opening of the Bridge for vehicular traffic around 5:00 p.m.

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