About Us





Duke of Connaught Lodge





Duke of Connaught Lodge is located at 1142 Lonsdale Ave., 
North Vancouver, B.C. Canada 

Our meetings are generally held on the first and third Tuesdays of the month
at 7:30pm.

Freemasons provide volunteer drivers and vehicles for cancer patients to get to and from appointments. Learn more on the
Cancer Car Website




Freemasons Care:
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A message from the Worshipful Master

Upcoming 8th Annual MRF Symposium hosted by the Dukes

"Good men made better."

Freemasonry educates with regards to morality, charity, personal growth and reflection. This is done through several methods some formally and some consequentially as Freemasonry teaches, promotes, and does charitable work throughout the community and the world. Freemasonry affords the opportunity to develop skills and confidence through membership involvement and the different offices in each lodge. Some examples are in public speaking, organizing events, involvement in committees, and team work. The tools of the craft allow us to grow and improve as an individual for the betterment of oneself, family, community, and as a citizen. Freemasons also enjoy social comradery throughout the world. Yes, we have fun.

Freemasons' Hall

1142 Lonsdale Ave,
North Vancouver, B.C.

North Vancouver Freemasons formed our Lodge in 1912.
Now celebrating our Centenary Year!




Duke of Connaught Lodge
Altar Cloth

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Current Events:
link to Upcoming Events


The Masonic Fraternity

What is Freemasonry?
Freemasonry aims to promote Friendship, Morality, and Brotherly Love among its members. It is, by definition, a fraternity; comprised of men from every race, religion, opinion, and background who are brought together as Brothers to develop and strengthen the bonds of friendship. With more than 3 million members, Freemasons belong to the largest and oldest fraternal organization in the world. Freemasonry proposes to make good men better by teaching with metaphors from geometry and architecture about building values based on great universal truths...continued...



The 1st Duke of Connaught and Strathearn

The third and last surviving son of Queen Victoria, H.R.H. the Duke of Connaught and Strathearn was born on May 1st, 1850 on the 81st birthday of the Duke of Wellington, one of his godfathers from whom he took his first name, Arthur.

Arthur was named Duke of Connaught in 1874 or more precisely, " the 1st Duke of Connaught and Strathearn."


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