About Us

MAKING GOOD MEN BETTER

Freemasonry is the oldest and largest fraternal organization in the world. Its members share a common goal of helping each other become better men. Its body of knowledge and system of ethics is based on the belief that each man has a responsibility to improve himself while being devoted to his family, faith, country, and fraternity.


Its roots go back centuries and its members are diverse: high profile leaders, physicians, construction workers, farmers…and maybe you.


ANCIENT…AND MODERN.

We’re united by three ancient and fundamental principles—brotherly love, charity and truth—that are made relevant to the 21st century through the personal development, good works and social connections available to our members in the 550+ lodges across Ontario.

GREAT BENEFITS…FOR YOU AND THE WORLD.

Freemasonry offers much to its members—the opportunity to grow, the chance to make a difference and the means to build a better world for our children. It offers the chance to socialize and work with men who have the same values and ideals.

We strengthen and improve our character by learning and practicing basic virtues of fraternal love, charity, and truth. Our principles extend far beyond our interactions with each other, and we strive to apply them to our daily lives.


  • " I am a Canadian, free to speak without fear, free to worship in my own way, free to stand for what I think right, free to oppose what I believe wrong, or free to choose those who shall govern my count... "

    R.Hon. John G. Diefenbaker Prime Minister

  • " Masonry is a university, teaching the liberal arts and sciences of the soul to all who will attend to its words.... "

    Bro. Manly Palmer Hall

  • " A wise observer of the human condition has said that "we are not aging, but evolving." It is the journey, not the destination that is important. We have now crossed over the threshold into the secon... "

    M.W.Bro. Raymond S.J. Daniels, Past Grand Master

  • " "There is not a subject so little understood by even its own members as that of Freemasonry. It is not in the strict sense an order. Its purpose is more clearly defined when it is called a fraternit... "

    West Australian Craftsman