McKenzie Lake is a popular community in southeast Calgary, Alberta. The community was in development from the mid-1980s through to present. The area is bordered by Deerfoot Trail on the east, Highway 22X (Marquis of Lorne) on the south, and Fish Creek Provincial Park on the west. Calgary is a city in the province of Alberta, Canada. ... Deerfoot Trail in Calgary, Alberta. ... Alberta Highway 22X is a highway in Alberta, Canada. ... Fish Creek Park is a provincial park located in the southern part of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. ...
The original community of McKenzie was built in 1984 south of Stonegate. During the mid 1990's, when town of Midnapore was annexed into the city of Calgary proper, interest in city's deep south began to peak. McKenzie Lake developed as an expansion of the former McKenzie community after an artificial lake was produced in response to the popularity of similar amenities in communities such as Lake Bonavista. The community was expanded again in 1997 when Legacy Ridge was developed in a belt of agriculture land that separated McKenzie from McKenzie Lake, thus unifying the two areas. With a population in 2003 of around 15,000, McKenzie Lake is now among Calgary's largest and most popular neighbourhoods. This neighborhood includes two schools at the momement; a puplic school:McKenzie Lake Elemenatry School, and a separate school:Cardinal Newman School (K-9) Calgary is a city in the province of Alberta, Canada. ...
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