"A Lodge is not held together with steel bands, but by the silken ties of brotherhood, woven of interest, friendliness, good times, wholesome fraternal intercourse"
"Even more Cdn Masons: Lord John Graves Simcoe; General James Wolfe; Chief Tecumseh;Sir Fredrick Arthur; Sir Robert Borden; Chief Joseph Brant; Charlie Conacher; I challenge you to find out who these men were."
Famous Canadian Masons
"More famous Canadian Masons: Henry Larsen; William Jarvis; Hart Massey; W. R. "Wop" May; Robert MacBeath; William Grenville Davis; I challenge you to find out more about these men."
Famous Canadian Masons
"Famous Canadian Masons: John Deifenbaker; Alexander Keith; Tim Horton; Sir Sandford Fleming; James Naismith; Charles Roman. I challenge you to find out who these men were."
Famous Canadian Masons
"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
"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 country. This heritage of freedom I pledge to uphold for myself and all mankind."
R.Hon. John G. Diefenbaker Prime Minister
"Toleration, holding that every other man has the same right to his opinion and faith that we have to ours; and liberality, holding that as no human being can with certainty say, in the clash and conflict of hostile faiths and creeds, what is truth, or that he is surely in possession of it, so every one should feel that it is quite possible that another equally honest and sincere with himself, and yet holding the contrary opinion, may himself be in possession of the truth."
Brother Albert Pike, Morals and Dogma
""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 fraternity, a brotherhood, or an institution.  It is certainly not a club.  Ritualism is not Masonry.  The ritual is the vehicle which conveys the sublime truths to the heart and mind.  If the forms and ceremonies through which the candidate passes fail to lift him to higher conceptions of life, duty and charity, then they are mere sounding brass and tinkling cymbal.""
West Australian Craftsman
"he highest of distinctions is service to others."
King George VI King of England Navy Lodge # 2612,
"We are all members of a larger community which depends on everyone playing a part"
John Molson Sr. Brewery Founder Grand Master of Qu
""Freemasonry teaches moral lessons and self-knowledge.  Here Masons take their stand.  From this point, we as Freemasons start our journey, our quest for self-knowledge, a path leading us to the inmost parts of ourselves, our own psyche and our own soul"."
W.Bro. Julian Rees, Kirby Lodge No. 2818, United G
"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 second decade of the twenty-first century.  Throughout our long history, originating in 'time immemorial,' men have voluntarily joined a lodge to work together seeking opportunities to improve themselves, to serve and care for their fellows, and to build a better world community based on tolerance, respect, and understanding."
M.W.Bro. Raymond S.J. Daniels, Past Grand Master