There is a non-obvious menu at the top right hand side of Bridge that selects whether Bridge displays the camera generated jpeg within the raw file (your preferred rendering above) or the ACR version (the warmer redder image). I set mine to High Quality so the Bridge version always matches the ACR, even if it takes slightly longer to render.
Canon has its own algorithm for conversion and AFAIK they don't share it with Adobe. My advice is change the Bridge setting so that the two match, and try the other camera profiles under ACR Camera Calibration to see if one is more pleasing than the stock Adobe Standard. Alternatively, you can get into modifying/creating your own camera profiles, but that will take some more study and tools, such as using the DNG Profile Editor.
^^^ What he said.
The obvious profile to try first would be "Camera Standard", as that's the one Adobe creates to most closely match the camera's default Picture Control (or whatever Canon calls it). If you open an unprocessed Raw file, change the camera profile, then select "Save New Camera Raw defaults" from the fly-out menu, you will be able to start off every ACR session with this profile (instead of Adobe Standard).
Also, it's worth pointing out that Bridge's image previews are in sRGB. If your images have deep red or cyan content, these will not be shown in the preview nor full-screen. This is because Bridge creates an sRGB image cache for thumbnails and previews. You won't see the full colour space until you launch Camera Raw. Most of the time, this shouldn't be a problem.