About WA WA Shriners

Shriners International, a fraternity based on fun, fellowship and the Masonic principles of brotherly love, relief, and truth. WA WA Shriners was founded in 1911 and as the Saskatchewan Chapter is one of the nearly 200 chapters found around the globe.  Shriners have dedicated themselves to helping improve the lives of children.  

WA WA Shriners directly help Saskatchewan children and since 1911 have helped thousands of children lead better lives.  Other initiatives, such as the Stop Burn Injuries (SBI) program work with Fire Departments and schools to help teach children fire safety and how to avoid being injured by fire.  This program has been especially effective in assisting volunteer fire departments which often lack the resources for school training.  

Shriners are active throughout the province and recognized by the red fez they wear with pride.  They are regularly seen in parades driving their famous “little cars”, motorbikes, quads or playing music.  Clubs are located in Regina, Saskatoon, Moose Jaw, Estevan, Weyburn, Yorkton, Swift Current, Battlefords, Prince Albert, Melfort, Tisdale, Wynyard, Assiniboia, Moosomin, and Indian Head.

More information about our fraternity and the World’s Greatest Philanthropy is available at our website, wawashriners.org.

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