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Canadian Paul

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Coming from a part of Canada where PH lodges do not exist I have followed with interest for some years the slow but steady move towards mutual recognition of PH and 'mainline' jurisdictions south of the border. Some may worry that in those cases something might be lost by one or both participants. I would just comment that, from the experience in this Canadian province where two sovereign jurisdictions with quite distinct traditions ( the GL of Scotland and the UGLE at first, now the GL of Newfoundland and Labrador) have worked together in peace and harmony for 150+ years, to the extent that lodges under both jurisdictions jointly own a large senior's housing complex which includes a new Freemasons' Hall, such fears are unwarranted as long as masonic good will rules.

May the G.A.O.T.U bless you all in this laudable undertaking.