Famous Canadian Masons
Abbott, Sir John, J. C.
Canadian Prime Minister 1891-1892. Initiated
Ballard, Harold. Fiesty owner of Toronto Maple Leafs National Hockey League team. Corinthian No. 481, GRC,
Borden, Sir Robert L. 12th. Canadian Prime Minister 1911-1920. St. Andrew's Lodge No. 1,
Bowell, Sir Mackenzie. Canadian Prime Minister 1894-1896. St.
Lawrence Lodge No. 640 E.R. Montreal, PQ. Affiliated with
Conacher, Charlie. Toronto Maple Leaf ice hockey legend. North Gate Lodge No. 591,
Diefenbaker, John George. Canadian Prime Minister 1957-1963. 57 year member of the craft. 33 deg. Sottish Rite. Knights Templar and a Shriner (First Potentate of
Dunckerly, Thomas. Illegitimate born son of George II,
consolidated the Royal Arch and was the first Grand Master of the Masonic
Knights Templar. Acted as Grand Master for the warranted lodges in
Dunn, Alexander Robert. Canadian
soldier who won
Fleming, Sir Stanford. Canadian engineer and surveyor. Creator of first Canadian stamp. Suggested the use of time zones. St. Andrew's No. 16,
Gibson, Gordon Sr. - Canadian Lumberman
Henson, Josiah. American black
slave who escaped from slavery in
Horton, Tim. Canadian ice
hockey legend. Founder of the donut chain bearing his name. Kroy
Lodge No. 676,
Macdonald, Sir John
First Canadian Prime Minister.
McLaughlin, Col. R. S.
"Sam". Founder of the McLaughlin Carriage Co. which later
became General Motors of Canada. Cedar Lodge No. 270,
Founder of Molson Breweries.
Owen, Most Rev. Derwyn T. Archbishop of
Simcoe, Lord John Graves. First Lieutenant Governor of
Sinclair, Gordon "Sinc". Canadian journalist and broadcaster. John Ross Robertson No. 545,
Billy. Canadian professional wrestler.
Wilson, William Mercer. First Grand Master of the independent Grand Lodge of Canada, 1855. Also first Grand First Principal of Royal Arch Masons of Canada.
Winch, Ernie - Canadian Labour Activist & Politician