Freemasonry has been active in the Yukon since the mid-1800s. Whitehorse Lodge No. 46, as it is known today, has been part of the Masonic landscape since 1907, registered under the Grand Lodge of British Columbia & Yukon.
If you are thinking of joining the Freemasons and are wondering how to be part of a unique worldwide fraternity, and if you live and work in the Whitehorse area and would like to become a member of Whitehorse Lodge, click below.
W.Bro. Issac Taylor - 1908
Freemasonry is an individual journey towards becoming a better father, husband, friend, citizen and man, supported by other men at different points on the same journey. For centuries, the Lodge itself has been the launchpad for Masonic Education, and a common ground for Brethren of different backgrounds to meet and exchange ideas, provide support and offer friendship.
Masons live by the principles of Brotherly, love, Relief and Truth. ..............
Freemasonry provides a unique environment for people from all backgrounds to learn skills, make lasting friendships, achieve their potential and above all, have fun.
Every Freemason embarks on his own journey of self-discovery when he enters the organization. With three levels of Freemasonry, the progression through to senior roles within a Lodge can be seen in much the same way as a person progressing in his career - each promotion bringing greater understanding and responsibility.
All Freemasons are expected to have a religious belief, but Freemasonry does not seek to replace a Mason’s religion or provide a substitute for it. It deals in a man’s relationship with his fellow man not in a man’s relationship with his God.
If you are interested in Freemasonry in the Yukon, Freemasonry in general, or have questions about Whitehorse Lodge No. 46 in particular, please contact us by clicking the button below.
1501 Dogwood Street, Whitehorse, Y T Y1A 3Z9
Meetings - 7:30 PM
Second Monday of every month
(Except July & August)