Lodges List

Kinistino Lodge No. 1, Prince Albert

Meetings

2nd Thursday
7:30 p.m.
Recessed: July, August

Location

292-15th Ave E.
Prince Albert, SK S6V 2N7

Contact

Secretary: secretary.kinistinolodge@sasktel.net
District No. 1

History

Instituted: 1879

Constituted: Kinistino No. 1, 1906

Amalgamated: Prince Albert No. 63, 1990

Amalgamated: Wakaw No.166 and Birch Hills No. 127, 1965
(New name: Birch Hills-Wakaw No. 127)
Amalgamated: Birch Hills-Wakaw No.127 and Northern Star No. 216, 1973
Amalgamated: Shellbrook No.171 and Northern Star No. 216, 1993
Amalgamated: Northern Star No. 216, 1998

In 1879 Prince Albert was a small village on the south bank of the North Saskatchewan River. The closest contact with the outside world was Winnipeg, 700 miles away. A dispensation, dated May 22, 1879, was granted by the Grand Lodge of Canada to organize a Lodge in Prince Albert to be named Kinistino #381, "Kinistino" being the generic mane of a Cree tribe of Indians. The first meeting was held over Bro Porter's office on October 3, 1879. In 1882 the lodge surrendered its charter to the Grand Lodge of Canada and accepted a charter from the Grand Lodge of Manitoba as Kinistino Lodge #16.

In 1883 the Lodge moved its meeting place to quarters in the Tresson Building on River Street followed, In 1887, to a room over T.H. Campbell's store. This was followed by another move to a building owned by Shenff O.E. Hughes on Government Road, this latter building later becoming the American Hotel.

An agreement was made with a contractor in 1904 to build a hall, which the lodge would rent for $35.00 a month with an option to purchase for $7,000.00 anytime within three years. The first meeting was held In the new hall on S1. John's Day, December 27,1905.

The last meeting of Kinistino Lodge under its old designation as Lodge #16 was held on July 6, 1906.
Then on Fnday, September 7, 1906, it met for the first time as Kinistino Lodge #1 under the jurisdiction of the Grand Lodge of Saskatchewan.

On Friday, June 17, 1910, MW Bro W. B. Tate, Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Saskatchewan, laid the cornerstone of the Masonic Temple erected on 10th Street between Central Avenue and First Avenue West. December 2, 1910, marked the first meeting in the new building.
The years have brought many changes and even another Temple. 

Wascana Lodge No. 2, Regina

Meetings

1st Wednesday
7:30 p.m.
(2nd Wednesday - Emergent)
Recessed: July, August

Location

Masonic Temple
1930 Lorne St.
Regina, SK S4P 2M1

Contact

Secretary: secretarywascanalodge@gmail.com
District No. 2

History

Instituted: 1883

Constituted: Wascana No. 2, 1906

Amalgamated: Emulation No. 186, 1998

Moose Jaw Lodge No. 3, Moose Jaw

Meetings

2nd Tuesday
7:00 p.m.
Recessed: July, August

Location

Moose Jaw Masonic Temple
1755 Main St. North
Moose Jaw, SK S6J 1L6

Contact

Secretary:
District No.3

History

Instituted: 1883

Constituted: Moose Jaw No. 3, 1906

The first lodge meetings in Moose Jaw were held in leased buildings. Then in 1905 a Masonic Temple was erected at what is now known as 27 Main Street North. However, disaster struck on Sunday January 23, 1921, and the temple was gutted by fire and completely destroyed. Another temple was built. MW Bro G.M Weir, Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Saskatchewan rededicated the new building on March 31, 1922.

In 1950 the lodges in Moose Jaw purchased the old YWCA building. The upper floors were renovated into suites and rented out but are no longer occupied because of new building codes and the cost of updating the building.

The following lodges also currently use the Masonic Temple in Moose Jaw:
Moose Jaw Lodge #3, instituted October 3, 1883
Doric-St. George Lodge #71, instituted December 7, 1910
St. George Lodge #136, instituted December 27, 1917
Memorial Lodge #172, instituted January 11, 1923

Indian Head Lodge No. 5, Indian Head

Meetings

2nd Thursday
7:30 p.m.
Recessed: July, August

Location

801 Buxton Street
Indian Head, SK S0G 2K0

Contact

Secretary: whorsman.iha@sasktel.net
District No. 4

History

Instituted: 1886

Constituted: Indian Head No. 5, 1906

The first lodge meetings were held in a room located in the southeast corner of what was then known as the Brassy Block. In 1887 the lodge moved to the upper story of the Queen's Hotel. Two years later it moved again, this time to the upper story of the schoolhouse and from there to the top floor of the town hall.
In 1903 the lodge moved to the Hastings Block and in 1926 to the top floor of the Brooks Block.
Finally, in 1958 a new Masonic Temple was built.

It is interesting to note that the First Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Saskatchewan was MW Bro H.H. Campkin, a member of Indian Head Lodge. He served as Grand Master for two terms, 1906-07 and 1907-08.

Qu' Appelle Lodge No. 6, Qu' Appelle

Meetings

2nd Tuesday
7:30 p.m.
Recessed: July, August

Location

United Church basement
Walsh Street
Qu'Appelle

Contact

Secretary:
District No. 4

History

Instituted: 1886

Constituted: Qu'Appelle No. 6, 1906

The first meeting in Qu' Appelle was held on April 28, 1886, in the Methodist Church. A building was subsequently rented at a cost of $50.00 for two years' rent and in 1890 members of the lodge purchased this building. The lodge used the upper floor and the main floor, housing a bakery, jewelry store, and drug store, was rented out. Unfortunately, the building was destroyed by fire in 1958

Moosomin Lodge No. 7, Moosomin

Meetings

1st Wednesday
7:00 p.m.
Recessed: August, September

Location

713 Carlton Street
Moosomin, SK S0G 3N0

Contact

Secretary: t.r.anderson@sasktel.net
District No. 9

History

Instituted: 1886

Constituted: Moosomin No. 7, 1906

Amalgamated: Ashlar No. 8 and Ekapo No. 38, 1980
(New name: Ashlar-Ekapo No. 8)
Amalgamated: Ashlar-Ekapo No. 8, 1987

Amalgamated: Welwyn No. 161 and Rocanville No. 61, 1957
(New name: Rocanville No. 61)
Amalgamated: Rocanville No. 61, 1992

Amalgamated: Wapella No. 37 and Composite No. 103, 1968
(New name: Composite No. 103)
Amalgamated: Wawota No. 150 and Maryfield No. 94, 1978
(New name: Maryfield No. 94)
Amalgamated: Composite No. 103 and Maryfield No. 94, 1984
(New name: Maryfield No. 94)
Amalgamated: Maryfield No. 94, 2004

The Orange Order built the Orange Hall in 1885 and Masons rented the top floor as their lodge as soon as the building was completed. Prior to that Masons had met in Binsscarth Hall, the first hall to be built in Moosomim.

In 1905 the White Building burned down and the Masons lost all their regalia and furniture. Charter
member John McGuirl made new furniture to replace what had been lost.

In 1961 the former curling rink was purchased from the town ofMoosomin and demolished. A Masonic
Temple was built on this site and opened May 10, 1962. W Bro K.A. Prince laid the cornerstone. He
was the oldest member of Moosomin Lodge both in years of age and years of membership and had
served as Worshipful Master in 1905.

Maple Leaf Lodge No. 9, Maple Creek

Meetings

2nd Thursday
7:30 p.m.
Recessed: July, August

Location

Elks Hall
521 5 Ave, Maple Creek, SK S0N 1N0

Contact

Secretary:
District No. 8

History

Instituted: 1893

Constituted: Maple Leaf No. 9, 1906

The first lodge meetings in Maple Creek were held on the third floor of the Dixon Store Building from 1893 to 1937. Then, from 1937 to 1960, the brethren of Maple Leaf Lodge rented the second floor of the Wasno Store Building. In 1960 the members decided to rent the new lOaF Hall. However, in April, 2001, the building was sold by the lOaF to a new owner who converted the building for other purposes.

Following the sale and until September, 2002, lodge meetings were held in one of the available rooms in the Maple Creek Legion Hall. During this time, with some financing provided by the members of Maple Leaf Lodge and some volunteer labour, a very suitable area on the lower floor of the Elks Hall was converted into an excellent Lodge Hall. Maple Leaf Lodge held its first meeting in the new hall on September 30, 2002.

Wolseley-Sintaluta Lodge No. 10, Wolseley

Meetings

3rd Wednesday
7:30 p.m.
Recessed: May, September

Location

Wolseley United Church
Claude St.
Wolseley
698-2454

Contact

Secretary: Dave Edgar - dedgar@sasktel.net
District No. 4

History

Instituted: 1902

Constituted: Evening Star No. 10, 1906

Amalgamation: Sintaluta No. 14 and Wolseley No. 24, 1972
(New name: Wolseley-Sintaluta No. 24)

Amalgamation: Evening Star No. 10 and Wolseley-Sintaluta No. 24, 1997
(New name: Wolseley-Sintaluta No. 10)

The building presently being used by Wolseley-Sintaluta Lodge #10 was first a Methodist Church in Grenfell. In 1929 it was purchased by the IOOF and used as its lodge. Masons rented this building for their use as well. In 1976 the Odd Fellows handed in their charter and the Masonic Lodge purchased the building. In the ensuing years, there has been another move, this one to St. James United Church where the lodge presently meets.

Wolseley-Sintaluta Lodge has gone through two amalgamations. In 1973 Sintaluta Lodge #14 amalgamated with Wolseley Lodge #24. And in 1997 Wolseley-Sintaluta Lodge amalgamated with Evening Star Lodge #10 of Grenfell at which time the name Wolseley-Sintaluta Lodge #10 was chosen.

North West Mounted Police Lodge No. 11, Regina

Meetings

3rd Tuesday
7:30 p.m.
(4th Tuesday - Emergent - on call)
Recessed: July, August

Location

Masonic Temple
1930 Lorne St.
Regina, SK S4P 2M1

Contact

Secretary: nwmp11@gmail.com
Website: http://www.nwmp11.ca
District No. 2

History

Instituted: October 1, 1894 at NWMP Barracks, Regina Saskatchewan Canada

Constituted:
- September 5, 1895 Constituted as Lodge No 61 GR Manitoba
- August 9, 1906 Became Lodge #11 with formation of Grand Lodge of Saskatchewan

Amalgamated: Regina No. 211, 1995

October 1, 2015 celebrating 121 years

"The Lodge is now North West Mounted Police in name only, but the name will be a landmark when the Police have gone."

In that sentence is epitomized a half century of history of this famous Lodge. It has in it a note of sadness and regret but also of prophecy and promise. It was written by P.W. Brother Isaac Forbes in his report as D.D.G.M. in 1906 -the year when the fortunes of the Lodge had reached their lowest ebb and when was made the momentous decision which saved the Lodge from oblivion and started it again on the pathway of prosperity.

Dr R.E. Smale Masonic Scholarship

Dr R.E. Smale Masonic Scholarship is offered annually to an undergraduate student after satisfactory completion of one year University or other post-secondary education. The student must be a relative of a Mason in good standing with preference given to relatives of members of North West Mounted Police Lodge No.11.

Selection will be based upon need, academic achievement and sound character.

NOTE: Documentation required:
- Scholarship is subject to confirmation of proof of full-time registration in a post-secondary institution for the ensuing year.
- Official transcript of marks.
- A letter from the applicant outlining extracurricular activities and your future goals and ambitions.
- Receipt of acceptance at a post-secondary institution.

Application will be accepted by mail only. Send application to:

Secretary
NWMP Lodge No. 11
1316 Maple Leaf Crescent
Regina, SK
S4X 4N5

Deadline for applications: August 15.

Yorkton Lodge No. 12, Yorkton

Meetings

1st Wednesday
7:30 p.m.
Recessed: July, August

Location

111 Haultain Ave.
Yorkton, SK S3N 1X8

Contact

Secretary: yorktonlodge12@gmail.com
District No. 11

History

Instituted: 1899

Constituted: Yorkton No. 12, 1906

Grayson No. 48, Renamed as Excelsior No. 48, 1950

Amalgamated: Excelsior No. 48, 1991

Amalgamated: Aurora No. 45, 1992

Amalgamated: Canora No. 59, 1997

Amalgamated: Esterhazy No. 215, 1999

Amalgamated: Melville No. 62, 2006

Rosthern-Duck Lake Lodge No. 13, Saskatoon

Meetings

2nd Thursday
7:30 p.m.
Recessed: July, August

Location

New Freemasons Hall
1021 Saskatchewan Cr. W.
Saskatoon
242-6505

Contact

Secretary: Norm Tatton - ntatton@shaw.ca
District No. 6

History

Instituted: 1899

Constituted: Duck Lake No. 13, 1906

Amalgamated: Rosthern No. 22, 1948
(New name: Rosthern-Duck Lake No. 13)

ABBA Lodge No. 15, Oxbow

Meetings

3rd Monday
8:00 p.m.
Recessed: July, August

Location

Oxbow Memorial Hall
415 Wylie Avenue
Oxbow, SK S0C 2B0

Contact

Secretary: Ken Morgan - kemorgan@sasktel.net
District No. 9

History

Instituted: 1903

Constituted: Amity No. 15, 1906

Amalgamated: Border No. 52, 1980
(New name: Border-Amity No. 15)

Amalgamated: Boscurvis-Alameda No. 27, 2014
(New name: ABBA No. 15)

Saskatchewan Lodge No. 16, Saskatoon

Meetings

1st Tuesday
7:30 p.m.
Recessed: July, August

Location

Saskatoon Masonic Temple
1021 Saskatchewan Cr. W.
Saskatoon, SK S7M 5J6

Contact

Secretary: dhmhart@sasktel.net
District No. 5

History

Instituted: 1904

Constituted: Saskatchewan No. 16, 1906

Melfort Lodge No. 18, Melfort

Meetings

1st Tuesday
7:30 p.m.
Recessed: July, August

Location

201 Crawford Ave. E.
Melfort, SK S0E 1A0

Contact

Secretary:
District No. 1

History

Instituted: 1905

Constituted: Melfort No. 18, 1906

Amalgamated: Pleasantdale No. 195, 1981

Amalgamated: Star City No. 152, 1995

Amalgamated: Carrot River No. 69, 1998

Latomia-Weyburn Lodge No. 20, Weyburn

Meetings

2nd Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
Recessed: July, August

Location

Grace United Church
210 3rd St NE.
Weyburn, SK S4H 0W6

Contact

Secretary: latomiaweyburnmasons@gmail.com
District No. 9

History

Instituted: 1905

Constituted: Weyburn No. 20, 1906

Amalgamated: Golden Fleece No. 50, 1979

Amalgamated: Latomia No. 125, 1998
(New name: Latomia-Weyburn No. 20)

Bruce Lodge No. 36 Amalgamated with Latomia-Weyburn in 2011

Britannia Lodge No. 23, Lloydminster

Meetings

3rd Thursday
7:00 p.m
Recessed: July, August

Location

4009 - 49th Ave.
Lloydminster, SK S9V 0S2

Contact

Secretary:
District No. 7

History

Instituted: 1905

Constituted: Britannia No. 23, 1906

Amalgamated: Lonach-Landmark Lodge No. 44, 2018

 

Estevan Lodge No. 25, Estevan

Meetings

3rd Friday
7:30 p.m.
Recessed: July, August

Location

Royal Canadian Legion Hall - Jubilee Room
1317 4th St.
Estevan, SK S4A 0X1

Contact

Secretary: Troy LeBlanc - troyleblanc328@gmail.com - (306) 421-4054
District No. 9

History

Instituted: 1905

Constituted: Estevan No. 25, 1906

Amalgamated: Heward No. 29 and New Hope No. 30, 1969
(New Name: Heward-New Hope No. 29)
Amalgamated: Heward-New Hope No. 29, 1974

Swift Current Lodge No. 26, Swift Current

Meetings

1st Tuesday
7:30 p.m.
Recessed: July, August

Location

106 Chaplin St. West
Swift Current, SK S9H 4K7

Contact

Secretary: M.W.Bro. John Leyshon - leyshon@sasktel.net - 306-741-7565
District No. 8

History

Instituted: 1906
Constituted: Swift Current No. 26, 1907
Amalgamated: Morse No. 93, 1974
Amalgamated: Mt. Hermon No. 124, 1979
Amalgamated: Vanguard No. 194, 1981
Amalgamated: Progressive No. 141 and Cypress No. 70, 1981
Amalgamated: Cypress No. 70, 2001
Amalgamated: Azure No. 122 and Cadillac No. 126, 1978
(New name: Azure No. 122)
Amalgamated: Azure No. 122 and Glenedyth No. 188, 1996
(New name: Glenedyth No. 188)
Amalgamated: Glenedyth No. 188, 2002

Ionic Lodge No. 31, North Battleford

Meetings

2nd Friday
7:30 p.m.
Recessed: July, August

Location

1482 92nd St.
North Battleford, SK
S9A 0A8

History

The Charter was received on June 19, 1907.

Early in the life of all pioneer settlements, there comes a time when sober and industrious men, having completed the urgent tasks at hand, desire to further the ethical, social and moral side of their natures, and consequently band together to attain those aspirations. The result of such a process of events often resulted in the formation of a Masonic Lodge, a process that has been repeated times without number in the history of the world, and the well-used pattern was followed in this locality in the fall of 1906.

On Thursday, October 4, 1906, a preliminary meeting was held for the discussion of the formation of a Masonic Lodge in the very small, year old village of North Battleford. A number of Brethren met in the Victoria Hall, upstairs in the North Battleford Trading Company building (later, the Victory Motors Building, at 1292 Main (100th) Street). Those present were: Bro. John R. Chisholm, Bro. Dan B. Detwiller, Bro. Wm. E. Ramsay, Bro. H. H. Estridge, Bro. R. C. Pettypiece, and Bro. Harry Cameron. At this meeting it was decided to proceed with the organizational work, and the name suggested for the proposed Lodge was "Saskatchewan."

On Wednesday, December 19, 1906, acting under a dispensation (U.D.) from the newly-formed (August 9, 1906) Grand Lodge of Saskatchewan, R.W. Bro. Warwick, and six other Brethren from Battle Lodge No. 19 (Battleford, Saskatchewan), proceeded with the first Installation Ceremony. As the necessary equipment had not yet arrived, the Brethren, nothing daunted, had recourse to carpenters' aprons and tools.

The Lodge made sufficient progress to make it possible to seek a Charter. The names of the first Officers of the newly organized Lodge now known as "Warwick" were:

W. Master - W. Bro. J.R. Chisholm
Sr. Warden - Bro. D.B. Detwiller
Jr. Warden - Bro. Harry Cameron
Treasurer - Bro. John Manson
Secretary - Bro. A.W. Sutherland
Tyler - Bro. Hugh Smith

At the meeting held on Tuesday, January 29, 1907, the name of the Lodge was changed from "Warwick" (being a name of a person and contrary to the laws of the Grand Lodge of Saskatchewan) "Ionic", the number assigned being No. 31.

Ionic History by V.W. Bro. Frederick G. Walker

Milestone Lodge No. 34, Milestone

Meetings

1st Thursday
7:30 p.m.
Recessed: August, September

Location

Milestone Masonic Hall
125 Main Street
Milestone, SK S0G 3L0

Contact

Secretary: VW Bro. Garth Haack - gihaack@sasktel.net
District No. 9

History

Constituted: Lang No. 34, 1907

Amalgamated: Gray No. 176 and Lang No. 34, 1979
(New name: Gray No. 34)
Amalgamated: Milestone No. 164 and Gray No. 34, 1983
(New name: Milestone No. 34)

Assiniboia Lodge No. 49, Regina

Meetings

1st Friday
7:30 p.m.
Emergent Meetings: 3rd Friday, 7:30 p.m.
Recessed: July, August

Location

Masonic Temple
1930 Lorne St.
Regina, SK S4P 2M1

Contact

Secretary:
District No. 2

History

Constituted: Assiniboia No. 49, 1909

Amalgamated: Sherwood No. 214, 1998

King Solomon Lodge No. 58, Kamsack

Meetings

2nd Wednesday
7:30 p.m.
Recessed: July and August

Location

242 3rd Ave.
Kamsack, SK S0A 1S0

Contact

Secretary: debcraig@sasktel.net (Acting)
P.O.Box 2344
Kamsack, SK
S0A 1S0
District No. 4

History

Constituted: King Solomon No. 58, 1910

Amalgamated: Norquay No. 178, 1949

Imperial Lodge, No. 60, Saskatoon

Meetings

2nd Wednesday
7:30 p.m.
Recessed: July, August

Location

Saskatoon Masonic Temple
1021 Saskatchewan Cr. W.
Saskatoon, SK S7M 5J6

Contact

Secretary: VW Bro. Gary Sherstobitoff - imperiallodge60@outlook.com
District No. 6

History

Constituted: Imperial No. 60, 1910

Doric-St. George Lodge, No. 71, Moose Jaw

Meetings

1st Wednesday
7:00 p.m.
Recessed: July, August

Location

Moose Jaw Masonic Temple
1755 Main St. North
Moose Jaw, SK S6J 1L6

Contact

Secretary: Jim Forbes - jimfor@sasktel.net
District No. 3

History

Constituted: Doric No. 71, 1911

Amalgamated: St. George No. 136, 2003
(New name: Doric-St. George No. 71)

Corinthian Lodge No. 72, Craven

Meetings

1st Thursday
8:00 p.m.
Dark in August, September

Location

Craven Community Centre
Craven

Contact

Secretary: agoode@sasktel.net
District No. 2

History

Constituted: Corinthian No. 72, 1910

Amalgamated: Davidson No. 33 and Craik No. 55, 1979
(New name: Craik No. 55)

Amalgamated: Craik Lodge No. 55, 1994

Amalgamated: Strasbourg Lodge No. 46, 2001

Unity Kilwinning Lodge No. 73, Unity

Meetings

Meets 2nd Wednesday of the Month
Recess in January and February
7:30 pm

Location

Unity Museum Grounds (Adanac Hall Building), off of Hwy 21
Unity, Saskatchewan

Contact

Secretary: Bob Cumming
District No: 7

History

Constituted: July 29, 1911

Asquith Harmony Lodge No. 75, Asquith

Meetings

7:30 pm 3rd Thursday of the month
7:30 pm 1st Thursday- Dec.
Recessed July and August

Location

405 Andrew Street
Asquith, SK S0K 0J0

Contact

Secretary: larrydwong@shaw.ca
District No. 6

History

Asquith Lodge was instituted on June 19,1919.

Harmony constituted: No. 75, 1911

Amalgamated: Evergreen No. 95 and Lakeview No. 173, 1974
(New name: Tessier-Harris No. 95)

Amalgamated: Tessier-Harris No. 95, 1992

Tisdale Lodge No. 76, Tisdale

Meetings

2nd Wednesday
7:30 p.m.
Recessed: July, August

Location

Tisdale and District Golden Age Centre
1117 97 Street
Tisdale, SK S0E 1T0

Contact

Secretary: (306) 873-2575
District No. 1

History

Constituted: Tisdale No. 76, 1911

Amalgamated: Carragana No. 209, 1975

Amalgamated; Arborfield No. 206, 2013

Amalgamated; Hudson Bay No. 200, 2015.

Rosetown Lodge No. 85, Rosetown

Meetings

3rd Tuesday
7:30 p.m.
Recessed: July, August

Location

412 Main St.
Rosetown, SK S0L 2V0

Contact

Secretary:
District No. 8

History

Constituted: Zealandia No. 85, 1912

Amalgamated: Rosetown No. 91 and Zealandia No. 85, 1977
(New name: Rosetown No. 85)

Amalgamated: Herschel No. 189, 1983

Amalgamated: Elrose No. 135, 2013

Amalgamted: Sovereign Lodge No. 192, 2013

Kindersley Lodge No. 86, Kindersley

Meetings

1st Thursday
8:00 p.m.
Recessed: July, August

Location

501 Main Street
Kindersley, SK S0L 1S0

Contact

Secretary: Dennis Schoeler
District No. 8

History

Constituted: Kindersley No. 86, 1912

Amalgamated: Victoria No. 82 and Loverna No. 149, 1979
(New name: Victoria-Loverna No. 82)

Amalgamated: Victoria-Loverna No. 82, 1997

Amalgamated: Kerrobert No. 90, 1997

Amalgamated: Paragon No. 118 and St. Luke's No. 165, 1986
(New name: St. Luke's-Paragon No. 118)

Amalgamated: St. Luke's-Paragon No. 118, 1997

Amalgamated: Eston-Eatonia No. 134, 2005

Briercrest-Drinkwater Lodge No. 88, Briercrest

Meetings

1st Wednesday
8:00 p.m.
Recessed: August, September

Location

Main Street
Briercrest

Contact

Secretary: Hugh Armstrong - no.88@sasktel.net
District No. 3

History

Constituted: Briercrest No. 88, 1912

Amalgamated: Drinkwater No. 41, 1987
(New name: Briercrest-Drinkwater No. 88)

Twin City Lodge No. 89, Saskatoon

Meetings

3rd Tuesday
8:00 p.m.
Recessed: July, August

Location

Saskatoon Masonic Temple
1021 Saskatchewan Cr. W.
Saskatoon, SK S7M 5J6

Contact

Secretary:
District No. 6

History

Constituted: Twin City No. 89, 1912

Lodge Progress No. 92, Saskatoon

Meetings

1st Thursday 7:30 p.m.
Recessed: June, July, August

Location

Saskatoon Masonic Temple
1021 Saskatchewan Cr. W.
Saskatoon, SK S7M 5J6

Contact

Secretary:

District No. 5

History

Constituted: Lodge Progress No. 92, 1913

Goose Lake Lodge No. 99, Delisle

Meetings

2nd Tuesday
7:30 p.m.
Recessed: July, August

Location

Town Hall
3rd Ave. & 3rd St. W.
Delisle

Contact

Secretary: Terry Allen - tkallen@sasktel.net
District No. 10

History

Constituted: Goose Lake No. 99, 1913

Biggar Lodge No. 100, Biggar

Meetings

2nd Tuesday
7:30 p.m.
Recessed: July, August

Location

101 - 5th Ave East
Biggar

Contact

Secretary: Glenn Barclay - (306) 948-6513
District No. 6

History

Constituted: Biggar No. 100, 1913

Amalgamated: Landis No. 115, 1999

King Hiram Lodge No. 104, Regina

Meetings

Regular Meetings on the 2nd Tuesday,and
Emergent Meetings on the 4th Wednesday.
7:30 p.m.
Recessed: July, August

Location

Masonic Temple
1930 Lorne St.
Regina, SK S4P 2M1

Contact

Secretary: agoode@sasktel.net
District No.2

History

Constituted: King Hiram No. 104, 1913

Amalgamated: Cupar No. 47 and Earl Grey No. 168, 1989
(New name: Earl Grey-Cupar No. 168)
Amalgamated: Earl Grey-Cupar No. 168, 1997

Amalgamated: Banner No. 154 and Friendship No. 212, 1992
(New name: Flagship No. 154)
Amalgamated: Flagship No. 154, 2002

St. John's Lodge No. 106, Assiniboia

Meetings

1st Thursday
8:00 p.m.
Recessed: August, September

Location

105 - 4th Ave. East
Assiniboia

Contact

Secretary:
District No. 3

History

Constituted: St. John's No. 106, 1914

Amalgamated: Glentworth No. 201 and Meyronne No. 128, 1966
(New name: Glentworth No. 128)

Amalgamated: Woodrow No. 112 and Glentworth No. 128, 1982
(New name: Woodrow-Glentworth No. 112)

Amalgamated: Woodrow-Glentworth No. 112 and Limerick No. 109, 1991
(New name: Limerick No. 109)

Amalgamated: Limerick No. 109, 1997

Amalgamated: Verwood No. 177, 2002

Amalgamated: Rockglen No. 208, 2004

Amalgamated: Mossbank No. 129, 2006

Macrorie-Hawarden Lodge No. 143, Hawarden

Meetings

3rd Monday
7:30 p.m.
Recessed: nil

Location

Macrorie Community Hall
Macrorie, SK S0L 2E0

Contact

Secretary: RW Bro Justin Turton - macrorie.hawarden@gmail.com
District No. 10

History

Constituted: Hawarden No. 143, 1920

Victory Lodge No. 144, Saskatoon

Meetings

2nd Saturday
7:30 p.m.
Recessed: June, July, August

Location

Saskatoon Masonic Temple
1021 Saskatchewan Cr. W.
Saskatoon, SK S7M 5J6

Contact

Secretary:
District No. 5

History

Constituted: Victory No. 144, 1921

Elfros Lodge No. 145, Elfros

Meetings

1st Thursday
7:30 p.m.
Recessed: July, August

Location

Main St. (1 block north of Highway No. 16)
Elfros

Contact

Secretary: RW Bro. Milton Harvey - milton.harvey@sasktel.net
District No. 1

History

Constituted: Elfros No. 145, 1921

Amalgamated: Wadena No. 87, 1999

Amalgamated:  Wynyard No 66, 2005

Amalgamated:  Foam Lake No. 79, 2008

Elstow Lodge No. 147, Saskatoon

Meetings

2nd Tuesday
7:30 p.m.
Recessed: July, August

Location

Saskatoon Masonic Temple
1021 Saskatchewan Cr. W.
Saskatoon, SK S7M 5J6

Contact

Secretary: Rod Dignean
District No. 5

History

Formed under dispensation on May 1, 1919; received charter on June 17, 1920

Amalgamated: Aberdeen No. 205, 1997

Avonlea-Rouleau Lodge No. 156, Avonlea

Meetings

2nd Monday 7:30 p.m.
Recessed: August, September

Location

216 Main St.
Avonlea

Contact

Secretary: Neil Alexander
District No. 3

History

Constituted: Avonlea No. 156, 1922

Amalgamated: Rouleau No. 40, 1986
(New name: Avonlea-Rouleau No. 156)

Memorial Lodge No. 172, Moose Jaw

Meetings

1st Tuesday
8:00 p.m.
Recessed: July, August

Location

Moose Jaw Masonic Temple
1755 Main St. North
Moose Jaw, SK S6J 1L6

Contact

Secretary:
District No. 3

History

Constituted: Memorial No. 172, 1924

St. Andrew’s Lodge No. 174, Regina

Meetings

Regular 3rd Wednesday
Emergent 1st Monday

Location

Masonic Temple
1930 Lorne St.
Regina, SK S4P 2M1

Contact

Secretary: fmartin@sasktel.net
District No. 2

St. Andrew's Lodge Website: http://standrewslodge.ca/
St. Andrew's Lodge Facebook: Facebook page

History

Instituted: March 5, 1923, held 1st meeting

Nipawin Lodge No. 183, Nipawin

Meetings

3rd Wednesday
7:30 p.m.
Recessed: July, August

Location

Nipawin Fish & Game League Hall
Nipawin Regional Park

Contact

Secretary/Treasurer: Frank Snorro - f.snorro@sasktel.net
306-862-8025
District No. 1

History

Instituted: March 5, 1923, held 1st meeting

Northern Light Lodge No. 203, Meadow Lake

Meetings

1st Wednesday
7:00 p.m.
Recessed: July, August

Location

502 - 6th Ave. West
Meadow Lake
236-3l67

Contact

Secretary: bob.wilson@sasktel.net
District No. 7

History

Constituted: Meadow Lake No. 203, 1947

Amalgamated: Meadow Lake No. 203 and Northern Light No. 204, 1980
(New name: Northern Light No. 203)

Mystic Tie Lodge No. 213, Saskatoon

Meetings

2nd Friday, 7:30 p.m.
(4th Friday - Emergent - on call)
Recessed: July, August

Location

Saskatoon Masonic Temple
1021 Saskatchewan Cr. W.
Saskatoon, SK S7M 5J6

Contact

Secretary: mystic.tie.secretary@gmail.com
District No. 10

History

Instituted May 29, 1959
Officers of Mystic Tie Lodge No. 213 for 2020

Saskatoon-Central Lodge No. 217, Saskatoon

Meetings

1st Monday
7:30 p.m.
Recessed: July, August

Location

Saskatoon Masonic Temple
1021 Saskatchewan Cr. W.
Saskatoon, SK S7M 5J6

Contact

Secretary: Gordon McGonigle - gmcgonigle4@gmail.com
District No. 5

History

Constituted: Saskatoon-Central No. 217, 1979