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Other Masonic Organizations

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Shriners Hospitals for Children Canada is where hope and healing meet. Our compassionate, respected physicians and staff provide care for children with muscular and neuromuscular conditions, orthopedics, reconstructive surgery and rehabilitation. To simplify access to care, we have outreach clinics throughout Eastern Canada and the prairies. Our services are available to children across the country as well as internationally.

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Scottish Rite

The Scottish Rite is a system of Masonic degrees which elaborate and supplement the content of the three Craft degrees. It recognizes the supremacy and exclusive jurisdiction of Grand Lodges over the first three degrees of Masonry and Masonic funeral rites and ceremonies. It greatly strengthens and extends their teachings by ritual, drama, and allegory.



We are the premier organization based on timeless principles, committed to developing and inspiring leadership, team building, and networking for young men ages 12 – 21.

We strive to not only create leaders, but extraordinary leaders of character.

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York Rite/Royal Arch

Royal Arch Masonry in Canada has strong ties to the UK since Canada is a Commonwealth country. Recent[when?] changes to the Holy Royal Arch in the UK, did not necessarily occur in Canada. In most Chapters in Canada the Past master's degree is not worked, there are only a few exceptions. The degree of the Holy Royal Arch is considered the "completion of the Master Mason's degree" in Lodge – a phrase inherited from England, but which was officially abandoned by the United Grand Lodge of England in 2004.

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