We meet every second Friday of the month. No regular meetings are held in June, July and August.

    Regular meetings starts at 7:00PM sharp. Permanent Committee meeting is at 6:00PM sharp.

    Masonic Memorial Temple, 2295 Saint Mark Street, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, H3H 2G9


    The Montreal Masonic Memorial Temple is an historic masonic temple in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, on the corner of Sherbrooke Street and St-Marc Street, in the Golden Square Mile district. Dedicated and officially opened June February 12, 1930, it was designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 2001, as an example of one of Canada’s most elegant buildings in the Beaux-Arts style.




    The Masonic Memorial Temple was conceived as a meeting place for the Masonic order as well as a memorial to Freemasons who gave their lives during World War I, replacing a Masonic Temple that had existed in a mixed-use building on Dorchester Street since 1895. The order had renovations done in 1908 and began to raise funds for a new building in 1923. In 1928, they contracted architect John Smith Archibald, who had previously renovated the Dorchester Street Temple, to design a new temple and supervise its construction.


    The ceremonial laying of the cornerstone took place on June 22, 1929, with thirty-six lodges and 2,000 Masons parading to the new temple from the Dorchester Street Temple. The Grand Lodge of Quebec met for the first time in the new temple on February 12, 1930, at its Sixtieth Annual Communication, on February 12, 1930. The temple commemorates Masons who died in the First and Second World Wars and the Korean War.





    Corinthian Lodge Nº62