Located along the South Klondike Highway

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Mt. Lorne
Coming Events:

December 19

Youth Hockey Night

December 20

Solstice Skate Party

January 6

Hamlet Council Meeting

January 18

Carbon Hill Race

January 20

Foodie Club: Roti

January 31

Swing Dance Night


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LMCC Facility Rental

Community hall, kitchen, outdoor pavilion, showers, camp area - everything for your special event. Book now for next summer. Check here for rates and more info or call 667-7083


Are available at LMCC. Members can get access to our coin operated showers. Interested? Please contact Agnes for the access code. 667-7083


Mt. Lorne, Yukon

The Hamlet of Mt. Lorne extends from just south of the junction of the Alaska and Klondike Highways to south of Bear Creek, and down the Annie Lake Road to the Wheaton River bridge. It covers an area of 245 square kilometers with a population of 410 people.

The Mt. Lorne area has a rich history. First Nations people have a long tradition of hunting and gathering in this region. In 1992, an archaeological dig at Annie Lake discovered remains of campsites dating back over 8000 years.

Recently, easy access to trails and tales of big snow have made Mt. Lorne a favoured area for mushers training for the Yukon Quest and Iditarod.


Mt. Lorne Community Profile

Thank You to all residents of Mt. Lorne who commented on the McGowan Subdivision Proposal

I would like to thank all Mt. Lorne residents who took the time to send in their comments to the Land Planning Branch of the Yukon Government concerning the proposed McGowan Subdivision. Hopefully government will take into consideration your concerns before moving ahead with this development. It is also of great benefit for the Local Advisory Council to hear these concerns, as it helps give us a clearer understanding what the community wants.

At the end of December, Peter Percival, the long standing councillor for the Cowley ward will be retiring from the Hamlet Council. Thank you Peter for your years of service to the Mt. Lorne community. If you are resident of the Cowley Ward and are interested in representing your community on council, please contact the following for further information:

Hamlet Council at mtlorne@northwestel.net or Carolyn Moore, Community Advisor, Yukon Government at carolyn.moore@gov.yk.ca

Al Foster
Deputy Chair, Mt. Lorne Local Advisory Council

We had great programming and events throughout this year and

LMCA would like to thank:

YTG - Community Youth Activities 2013/2014 Program funding for $14,000.00

Lotteries Yukon - Community Lottery Program 2013/2014 $12,896.00

Sports and Recreation Department YTG / Community Services for all their support in keeping our great facilities going!

Growing Forward 2 / YTG Agriculture Branch for supporting our Northern Backyard Garden Series 2014

CPVSTF - Crime Prevention Victim Service Trust Fund for our Moms and Girls Club

Heritage Canada - Canada Day Celebration funding

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