Masonry is based on the belief that each man has a responsibility to help make the world a better place. Also known as freemasonry, we are the world’s first and largest fraternity. Freemasons are a brotherhood of like-minded men who are honest and genuinely care about each other. We develop lifelong friendships with other Masons and their families, and are welcomed at Masonic lodges throughout Toronto and the world.

Our membership consists of brothers from various religions, ethnicities, ages, and educational backgrounds. We strive for harmony in our lives, lodge, and community. We take responsibility for the well-being of each other, our families, and the community in which we live, and the world as a whole. We provide relief through our philanthropic efforts and community involvement.

We strive to become a better version of ourselves and continue our pursuit of knowledge through continuous studies of the liberal arts and sciences.

Georgina Lodge

Years in Existence
Active Members



Masonic Foundation of Ontario

Freemasons across Ontario provide bursaries to Ontario College and University students who need financial help, assists hearing-impaired children, supports deafness research and autism services, funds alcohol and drug education programs and raises money for prostate cancer awareness. The Foundation’s capital fund, worth over $10 million in 2009, continues to receive investment income through the fund which is used to support these programs. The support provide exceeds $800,000 annually.

Toronto Humber Valley
District Initiatives

The Toronto Humber Valley District of masons help assist the Grand Lodge of Canada in the Province of Ontario with their charitable initiatives each year. These initiatives vary by year with the goal of raising enough funds to make our contributions sustainable. In 2017, we contributed to prostate cancer research and in 2018 we will be focusing our efforts on autism research.


Calin A
Calin AWM
Jason K.
Jason K.SW
Vince M
Vince MJW
Altin A.
Altin A.Treas
George M.
George M.Sec
Suresh M
Suresh M
My Father was a mason, but never attended lodge.  He was a good man and someone I wanted to emulate. It is only when you are able to read what you went through that you realize what you experienced.  Never to be forgotten.
George McCowan
What interested me in freemasonry is that it makes good men better. My initiation is something I will never forget.
Derek Down

What interested me in becoming a Mason was the spiritual aspect of the fraternity. I wanted to learn more about myself and thought what better way to do so than through this fraternity that has been around for so long and had such a distinguished history.

Jason King

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Through our culture of philanthropy, we strive to make a profound difference for our brothers, our families, our communities, and our future. New members are welcome to join our efforts.

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