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Ontario Lodges

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posted on Jan, 28 2011 @ 03:37 AM
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As anyone who looks at my name knows ..I am Canadian.
Honestly I always thought of Masons as an American thing.
But here is a list of lodges in Ontario and the days they meet.

This is just information... I am on the fence about their microsociety

Lodges and Dates




posted on Jan, 28 2011 @ 04:02 AM
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Masons are all over the world. There is quite a bit of activity in Mexico as well.



posted on Jan, 28 2011 @ 09:12 AM
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I have visited St. Mark's Lodge in Ontario. Great guys there, very welcoming.



posted on Jan, 28 2011 @ 01:05 PM
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Here's something funny for you... last year I got a traffic ticket for speeding and the court was in Campbellford. Well, guess where court hearing takes place eh? The Masonic Temple on Front Street, I sh*t you not! I mean seriously, they could have set up in a real court in Cobourg. So is this some kind of insidious infiltration of our not-so-legal legal system? Or is it simply, the Masons had the biggest nicest place in town? I haven't been to Campbellford much but I am sure there are other places you can have a meeting in and in the Masonic Temple, there were actually more prosecutors, police, judges and clerks than there were people charged, they only needed a place that was maybe 400 sq ft tops, not 2000 to 3000 sq feet with 30 rows of 25 empty chairs. Sick or just plain stupid? I'm not sure.

Campbellford from what I have seen and heard is a pretty screwed up town anyway. I had a friend that lived their and he told me everything was backhanded and it was a cliquey evil little place. Hmmm, not much different from city of Toronto offices...LOL.

Cheers - Dave



posted on Jan, 29 2011 @ 11:15 PM
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Originally posted by KingAtlas
Honestly I always thought of Masons as an American thing.


You do realise that Sir John A. was a Mason, right? And that myopic SOB Diefenbaker? (I promise I won't derail this into a rant about the Arrow
). Niagara Lodge down in Niagara on the Lake is certainly worth a look. They're usually open during Doors Open and their charter dates back to 1793. They were a lodge before there was a Grand Lodge of Canada.

In any case, Masonry is worldwide.




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