The Extended Masonic Family
A Mason can choose to broaden and deepen his experience of Masonry by participating in other branches of the Masonic family, referred to as “concordant bodies”:
Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry
The Scottish Rite seeks to develop in our members virtues and character which encourages men to improve their faculties for the good of the human race.
Learn more about the Scottish Rite in Canada.
York Rite / Royal Arch Masonry
Royal Arch Masonry is the first part of the York Rite system of Masonic degrees. Royal Arch Masons meet as a Chapter, and the Royal Arch Chapter confers four degrees: Mark Master, Most Excellent Master, and Royal Arch Mason.
Learn more about Royal Arch Masonry in Canada.
Shriners International is based on fun, fellowship and the Masonic principles. Shriners are committed to being the premier fraternal organization for men of good character.
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The Orders of the Masonic Knights Templar are a part of a progression from the first three degrees of Freemasonry. Membership involves prerequisites from Royal Arch Masonry.
Learn more about the Masonic Knights Templar.