Masonry consists of a body of men coming together for the sake of mutual intellectual, social and moral development.
Masonry recognises no distinction of religion and emphasises the duties of citizenship.  Religious or political discussion is not permitted in Lodge meetings.
Masonry offers no monetary advantages.
Masonry supports a wide range of charities, both Masonic and non-Masonic.
Masonry is open to all men of all races and creeds, of good character, charitable intent and the desirefor the company of like-minded men.

Contact the Secretary of the Lodge using the information below.  You may contact by telephone or email at present.  We will then contact you to arrange an informal meeting, at which we will try to answer any questions you may have about Masonry.

Following that this, we may then arrange further informal or social meetings where you can meet other members of the Lodge.  If there is a mutual interest, as a result of these informal meetings, you will then be asked to fill out a more detailed application form and your request will be put to a vote at a full meeting of the Lodge.  At this time a member of the lodge will act as your sponsor, and be responsible for assisting you during the membership process.  You must be 21 years, or more, of age to join a Lodge.

The process will normally take from three to six months, and we will be in contact with you during this time to keep you informed as to the progress of your application.

This Link  has answers to other questions you may have.

 We would be very happy to hear from you! For further information regarding the Lodge and to confirm the dates and time of meeting please contact the Secretary, at 514-683-3571 or pvatcher@videotron.ca 

What is Freemasonry

Why become a Freemason

How to become a Freemason


People have their own reasons why they enjoy Freemasonry.  The following is a sample of some of the reasons given:

Achievement – Progressing through the various offices in the Lodge to become Worship Master of the Lodge.
Brotherhood – making new friends and acquaintances from all walks of life, every background and age group, in virtually every country of the world.
Charity – being able to contribute to deserving causes, both Masonic and non-Masonic.
Education –    learning from peers and mentors by practicing ritual and making short speeches.
Knowledge –  finding out about the history and mysteries of Freemasonry.
Self-Improvement – making a contribution to your family and society