One of the latest editions to Karnak's roster of Shrine Clubs, the 96 Shrine Club was formed in September 2013 by members of Thistle Lodge no. 96. Meeting in Point-St-Charles, Montreal, the club will cater to Nobles living in the SouthWest area of Montreal (Verdun, Lasalle, Lachine).
The Chaleur Bay Shrine Club is located in New Carlisle. The Shriners from the Gaspe area meet at this club to plan events and fundraisers. They are an intricate part of the community in their area.
This is one of our newest and fastest growing Shrine Clubs. The Eastern Townships (E.T.) Shrine Club covers all of this territory and its members are from the different areas within.
This club provides and trains the guides that give tours at our Canadian Shrine Hospital located on Cedar Ave in Montreal.
The Lachute Shrine Club meets at the Masonic Hall in the City of Lachute. Members are from the Laurentians and other areas just north of Montreal.
The Quebec Shrine Club meets at the Masonic Hall in the City of Quebec. Members are from the different municipalities surrounding Quebec City. They have varied Shriner Fundraisers and are always out in full force to help at circus time.
The Rawdon District Shrine Club covers the district and surrounding areas of the City of Rawdon. Many members of this club also belong to units at the Shrine. They have varied Shrine fundraisers and are active in their community.
The initials of this club represent the United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry is Ontario's eastern gateway region. The city of course is Cornwall, the largest city in the 3 counties.
Friday 23rd July 2010 Ill. Sir Gilbert Chartier and the Divan were at Karnak for the installation and charter of our newest club the "SILANGAN SHRINE CLUB".
This Shrine Club covers Three-Rivers and the surrounding area. They are very active not only with the Shrine but also as a part of their community. Their fundraisers take on many forms based on family activities.
If you live in this area then this vibrant club is for you.