Freemasonry was an important part in the life of many Canadian soldiers during and after WW1. It was a symbol of what they were fighting to preserve, and raised the morale of the Canadian soldiers overseas. It also gave them a focus for the normal life that they hoped to resume once the War had ended.

V.W. Bro., Ex. Comp. Daniel J Glenney

  • Hazeldean Lodge No. 517; Ottawa District # 1
  • Maple-Granite Chapter No.61; RAM District #12
  • Grand Archivist; Grand Lodge of Canada in the Province of Ontario