Subordinate Temple News

The Ladies from Oasis Temple No46 surely know how to put a smile on a child’s face for Valentine’s Day.

Miriam Temple #2 in Victoria, British Columbia has been busy making masks, ice bags and hospital gowns for the Shriners Hospital for Children in Montreal. It’s been a fun way to work together and to contribute to the children. We’re social distancing as we do this.
The people in the photos are Queen Donna Tyrrell, Diane Scott, PQ Margaret Logan, PQ Sue Paugh and myself. The Zora Club, Miriam Temple #2, has sewn about 14 masks, with many more cut out and ready to be sewn, 10 ice bags and have many more cut out and 20 hospital gowns. We’re having fun working together for a good cause.

Pr. Janel Cross, Miriam Temple No 2


On February 22nd , the Daughters of the Nile of Oronto Temple No. 69 in Toronto held their annual Orthopaedic Tea. Vice-Chairman of the Board John Neil and Nathalie Kamel, Director of Communications, Marketing and Donor Development of Shriners Hospitals for Children – Canada were was in attendance to report on hospital activities and, most importantly, to thank this incredible group of ladies for all of their fundraising efforts, their sowing projects, gifts of toys and their kind and true generosity. The Ladies and the Rameses Shriners leadership in attendance were glad to meet local patient Vivian who had the pleasure of attending with her mother and grandmother. They talked about Vivian’s journey to the hospital and the progress she is making – but overall, they shared a message of profound gratitude and thanks


Halloween is not just a one-day affair at Shriners Hospitals for Children – Canada. This year, two “very kind witches” from Oasis Temple , took the time to come visit patients, family and staff on the eve of Halloween with gifts and treats. Thank you for your wonderful spirit and generosity!


October 15, 2019

When it is Monday morning and you have to be at the hospital… the visit of Oasis Temple  with a candy bar brightens up your day! Thanks to the generosity of these wonderful ladies, children in the ambulatory care clinic had the opportunity to fill each finger of plastic gloves with some of their favorite candy. Children and parents on our inpatient unit also enjoyed this special treat and as a bonus, they were able to make magic wands with pretzels, sample some sparkly fairy bread and some surprise popcorn treats! It was fun and laughter all around and a great way to chase away the rainy Monday blues!