This is the online home of Dominion Lodge #117 of Ancient, Free and Accepted Masons. We are a Member Lodge of the Masonic Fraternity operating under the
jurisdiction of The Grand Lodge of Alberta. Dominion Lodge meets on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month, excepting July and August, at Freemasons' Hall, 10318 - 100th Avenue
in Edmonton, Alberta.
Please browse through the links at left to learn more about our Lodge and its activities, the Masonic history of Alberta, famous Freemasons, or Freemasonry in general. If you have questions or comments, please e-mail the Lodge by clicking the link found at the top right of each page.
Welcome to our website, brethren and guests alike!
If you have found this website in your search for more information on Freemasonry, please make sure to check out our Masonry FAQ’s and Masonic Links information pages.
It is important to remember that if you want to be one, you must first ask one. You should never be solicited into becoming a Mason, unless a Mason truly feels that you – and Freemasonry - would benefit from their having broached the subject.
It is for this reason that many mistakenly believe Freemasonry to be a ‘Secret Society’. Regular Freemasonry is nothing of the sort. The decision to petition for membership simply must be ‘…of your own free will and accord’.
Freemasonry is dignified. It is moral. It is civil. It is a force of good – of light. It is the greatest champion of Fraternity, Equality and Liberty in the world.
While it is not a religion, it can be universally religious, spiritual and philosophical. It is also social, charitable and educational. It can be many different things to many different men – each thing being as valuable as the other.
Dominion Lodge #117 is a strong Lodge whose membership take great pride in excellence of Degree work, visitation within the City - and District - and a warm, social and inviting Lodge atmosphere.
If you are ready to ask, or have questions beyond the FAQ, reach out via our Becoming a Mason link.
WBro. William M. Myers (2017)