The Corporation of the Seven Wardens - Camp 2 - Montreal

Services

 

DUE TO THE CURRENT PANDEMIC, IT IS NOT POSSIBLE FOR YOU TO COME TO THE OFFICE AND THERE ARE NO APPOINTMENTS AT THIS TIME.

Please allow a longer period of time to process your request, delays can be up to 3 months.

 

 

Replacement of an iron ring

 

REMINDER : Iron ring replacement is normally done by your home camp. Your home camp is where you originally received your first iron ring. You can find camp contact details (camp/city) via the site : https://www.ironring.ca/replacements-en/.

In some cases, if you require personal assistance to replace your ring or if you have moved to another area, please follow the procedure below for Camp 2 MTL:

Please complete the online Iron Ring Replacement Form. You will be able to print a copy for your records.  The payment in the amount of $25 CAD is now done with the on-line payment through Paypal services. You can also obtain a copy of your obligation certificate. For additional information, please contact us at the address below (by mail, by e-mail) :

SOCIÉTÉ DES SEPT GARDIENS – 02 MTL /
CORPORATION OF THE SEVEN WARDENS – 02 MTL
1100, rue Notre-Dame Ouest, local A-0854
Montréal QC  H3C 1K3
info@joncmontrealring.com

 

Please be aware that no replacement will be made prior to receiving payment. 

 

When replacing an iron ring, you should supply a copy of your obligation certificate if you still have it. The Obligation Certificate would have been granted to you after the ceremony, and will be an approximate size of 8,5 x 11 and titled "The Ritual of the Calling of An Engineer". It was signed by the Camp Secretary, yourself, and will hold your unique Obligation Number. If you have lost your Certificate and would like to have it replaced, please contact your Camp. Only your original Camp can replace your Obligation Certificate. This Obligation Number is required as proof that you attended the ceremony.

 

We do not have your ring size on record. Please go to a jewellery store and ask them to size your finger (there should not be a charge).