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By Sheppard Osborne
Since its appearance in 1915, Freemasonry in Canada has been a starting point for any serious discussion of Canadian lodge history. It was remarkable in its time for covering not only developments in the Canadian provinces but also the course of special Masonic groups such as the Shrine and Royal Order of Scotland. While research has changed some perceptions, its usefulness and insights remain of primary importance when Canadian Freemasonry is discussed.