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From Grand Lodge Nov 3, 2021; the Lodges of this Grand Jurisdiction may resume “in person” meetings

Ancient Free and Accepted Masons 167 Coronation Ave.

Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, B3N 2N2

John Raymond Dollimount

Most Worshipful Grand Master of Masons in Nova Scotia

“Freemasonry is an organization of like-minded men who accept a life style based on a universal system of morality dedicated to the self-improvement of its members and thereby contributing to the building of a better community.”

The vision of the Grand Lodge of Nova Scotia is to provide a solid foundation for the advancement of Freemasonry through strong leadership, education and fellowship.


November 3, 2021


As of this date, the Lodges of this Grand Jurisdiction are permitted to resume “in person” meetings.

Brethren, Covid-19 is still with us and there is still a need for us to be vigilant. Therefore, all protocols relating to proof of vaccination, keeping attendance registers, gathering limits and maintaining everyday health habits as outlined in the “Phase 5 Reopening” document issued by the Nova Scotia Department of Health are in effect.

Please note that the opening of this opportunity to resume meetings does not mandate that all Lodges must resume their normal “in person” meetings. Lodges may resume meetings at their leisure and should a Lodge choose not to resume meeting at this time, their decision will be accepted without prejudice.

Fraternally & Respectfully,

John Dollimount

Most Worshipful Grand Master


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