Whitehorse Lodge No. 46

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.   


The membership of Whitehorse Lodge No. 46 is as diverse as the Yukon itself.  Our membership ranges from men who are Yukon born and raised, to Freemasons from across Canada, the United States and overseas. We come from all walks of life, but are united by a common bond of fellowship and a community of mutual support which Freemasonry provides.   


Our Lodge meets on the third Monday of every month at 7:30 pm at the Whitehorse Masonic Hall - except July and August. Our masonic ritual is based on the Canadian version of the work.   


The members of Whitehorse Lodge frequently travel within the Yukon Territory, as well as to British Columbia and Alaska to visit, attend functions, and assist our fellow brethren from other Lodges.   


Freemasonry is open to all men over the age of 21, regardless of nationality or religious belief. Men of sound morals and judgment wishing to find out more about becoming a Freemason in the Whitehorse area or the Yukon in general may direct enquires to the secretary of Whitehorse Lodge No. 46.

2017 - 2018 WHITEHORSE LODGE NO. 46 PRINCIPAL OFFICERS

Worshipful Master  - WB. Ilir Azizaj           

Immediate Past Master - WB Jens Nielsen

Senior Warden - WB Darryl Cann

Junior Warden - Bro. Len Williams

Secretary - WB Joe Trerice                        

Treasurer - RWB Al Hubley

OUR HISTORY

There are two other Masonic Lodges in the Yukon:

Atlinto Lodge No. 42 (Ancient Ritual)  

Meet at 7:30 pm, 2nd Tuesday of the month  (Recess July - August) 

Whitehorse Masonic Hall 

1501 Dogwood St., Whitehorse, Yukon



Yukon Lodge No. 45 (Canadian Ritual)  

Meet at 7:30 pm, 1st Saturday of the month   

2018 meetings in June, Aug. & Sept. only  

Dawson Masonic Building 

Dawson City, YT