Corinthian Lodge No. 330 Middlesex County voted for the incorporation of London East as a Village in May, 1874, with Adelaide Street being the dividing line between London and London East. Lilleys Corners was the Post Office up to this time, located at the corner of Dundas and Adelaide Streets. This building was more

St. John’s

St. John’s Lodge No. 209a is the oldest Lodge in the London West Masonic District. Together with its Irish twin, St. John’s Lodge No. 20 (London East), it can trace its origin to a warrant issued by the G.L. of Ireland on October 4, 1841. Renowned for their “Irish” ritual, it is not surprising, more

The Tuscan

The Tuscan Lodge hold our regular meeting on the first Monday of every month at the Masonic Centre on Dufferin Ave. in London Ontario. Being a mason is about making good men better.  The brethren of The Tuscan 195 accomplish this both in work and play.  Over the past few years, we have more

St. Paul’s

In the year 1858 a body of 9 Master Masons formed the nucleus of Charter Members which organized the beginning of a Masonic Lodge in the Village of Lambeth, familiarly known at the time as “Slab Town”. At the regular meeting of Grand Lodge, held in the city of Kingston in the year 1858, more

St. Georges

St. George’s Lodge No. 42, Ancient Free and Accepted Masons London West District – Grand Lodge of Canada, in the Province of Ontario Designated by the Grand Lodge of Canada, in the Province of Ontario a Cornerstone Lodge for 2019 – 2021 for its active program. St George’s Lodge No. 42 meets on the more