08 | 01 | 2015

Please come in, look around, and learn more about Freemasonry in Saskatchewan. The Grand Lodge of Saskatchewan, established  on August 9, 1906, comprises 58 Lodges and nearly three thousand members throughout the province. The "Craft Lodge" is the cornerstone of Freemasonry, the world's largest and oldest fraternity.

MW Bro Dave Abel, GM 2015-16

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The Grand Lodge of Saskatchewan is pleased to announce that Dave Abel of Regina was elected Grand Master of Saskatchewan Freemasons at their Annual Communication in Swift Current, June 20, 2015. As Grand Master, he will preside over the 2600 Saskatchewan Freemasons in 53 constituent Lodges.

Grand Master Abel joined the Masonic Fraternity in 1969 and is an active member of many Masonic bodies including his Lodge, North West Mounted Police Lodge No. 11, Scottish and York Rite bodies, and WAWA Shriners.

Originally from B.C., Dave retired from the RCMP after 40 years of service in Saskatchewan. He served on detachments throughout the Province prior to being posted to the RCMP Training Academy where he specialized in Firearms Training, Program Development and Human Resources training. He was later transferred to the Northwest Region where he travelled throughout western and northern Canada leading the implementation of Performance Review. After retirement from the RCMP, Dave worked at the U of R with the Saskatchewan Police College in Program Development. He has been active in the Regina community as a member of Rotary and a past member of the Board of Directors at Ranch Ehrlo.

Dave and his wife, Marj, have one son, Sean (Anna) and one grandson, Sam, who live in Alberta; and one daughter, Kristen (Todd) who live in Deer Valley.

Masonic Youth Leadership Camp 2015

mylc2015 logo_gls_siteThe 2015 camp is scheduled for July 26 to July 31. Get the details below.

Tri-Jurisdictional Outdoor Lodge 2015

This year's Tri-Jurisdictional Outdoor Lodge will be hosted in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan on September 25-26, 2015.

The lodge will be staged at the Sukanen Ship Museum. The program will feature a Master Mason Degree in the American Rite, performed by the Brethren of Moose Jaw Lodge No. 3.

Accommodations are available at the local Comfort Inn at a block rate of $115 per night, bookable before August 1.

pdf 16x16 Brochure with full details and registration information

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