Freemasonry in Canada is organized into regional jurisdictions, each of which has its own Grand Lodge.

The Grand Lodges oversee individual lodges within their jurisdiction, which are typically organized by geographic location.

To find details about a local lodge in Canada, you can start by visiting the website of the Grand Lodge of the jurisdiction in which you are located or interested in.

The following are the Grand Lodges for each Canadian jurisdiction:

Grand Lodge of Canada in the Province of Ontario:
Grand Lodge of British Columbia and Yukon:
Grand Lodge of Alberta:
Grand Lodge of Manitoba:
Grand Lodge of Nova Scotia:
Grand Lodge of Quebec:
Grand Lodge of Saskatchewan:
Grand Lodge of Prince Edward Island:

On the website of the Grand Lodge, you will be able to find a directory of lodges within that jurisdiction, as well as contact information for the Grand Lodge and individual lodges. You can also contact the Grand Lodge directly for assistance in finding a local lodge.

It’s worth noting that while Freemasonry is a fraternal organization, membership is typically by invitation only, and potential members are usually required to have a personal connection with an existing member. Therefore, it may not be possible to simply show up at a local lodge and join immediately. However, many lodges offer open events and information sessions that are open to the public, and you can attend to learn more about the organization and meet members.