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Connaught # 511
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Hornepayne # 636
Kaministiqua # 584
Kenogamisis # 656
Port Arthur # 499
Shuniah # 287
Superior # 672
Terrace Bay # 662
Thunder Bay # 618

 

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The College of Freemasonry

 

The College of Freemasonry: The Committee on Masonic Education offers it's challenging Correspondence Course of Masonic Education throughout this jurisdiction.

The College of Freemasonry offers 3 courses of study available to all Master Masons in this jurisdiction:

  1. Masonic Arts & Science Course- completion allows you to become a Fellow of the College of Freemasonry (F.C.F)

  2. Past Master's Course- completion allows you to meet the requirements of the Book of Constitution Section 50(b).

  3. Worshipful Master's Course- completion allows you to be a better informed Mason about many aspects of our Craft on your way to the East.

A certificate of completion will be given at the completion of any of the above courses of study. You may continue to another course of study and be credited for the modules you have already completed. Brethren, this is a real opportunity - don't miss it - broaden your Masonic knowledge. Education is the key to your enjoyment of your Masonic future! To register, go to the Grand Lodge website www.grandlodge.on.ca, log in using your membership number and password, click on "My Grand Lodge", then click on  "Membership", then click on "College of Freemasonry". You may download the course prospectus & application form from there, or you may contact them at  masonic.college@gmail.com  to send you an application.

 

Masonic Educational Books

 

Masonic Books:  A number of digital books are available on the Grand Lodge Web site.  A Mason can access these books by going to www.grandlodge.on.ca, log in using your membership number and password, click on "My Grand Lodge", then click on "Membership", then click on "Library, Museum & Archive", the click on "Books".  Chose the book(s) you wish and download them to your computer.