Located along the South Klondike Highway

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Mt. Lorne
Coming Events:

April 25

The Art of Mending

April 27


April 28

Taking Care of Our Energy Fields & Chakras

May 4


May 5

Hamlet Council Meeting

May 7

LMCA Annual General Meeting

May 17

Northern Backyard Garden: Rent-a-Bed

May 23

Dumpster Dining


Get involved in your community

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


Mt. Lorne Local Advisory Council Administrative Assisstant

LMCA Annual General Meeting

Short business meeting with financial presentations 14/15 and 15/16.

We are looking for Board Members - join us!

Open meeting, everybody invited!

Great food and refreshments.

Thursday, May 7th, 7 pm

Followed by: Where do we go from here?

Meeting facilitated by Lyn and Agnes

Calling everyone with

  • an idea for LMCA, new or old
  • interest in our Community
  • and/or our recreation programs

Your input is needed for our up and coming newest 5 year plan.

See you all there . . . just drop in!

For more info contact Agnes 667-7083 or email lmca@northwestel.net

Hello all

Please find  below some info from  WildWise …

With all the cubs we saw last year we might be in for an interesting year… bearwise..



On behalf of WildWise Yukon and Conservation Officer Services of the Department of Environment,


People need to remember that at this time of year bears are waking up hungry, so they are very focused on finding food. Attached is some information about managing attractants and when out enjoying the trails, which we should continue to do, please follow safe practices. Travel in groups and make noise, keep dogs on leash, carry bear spray/bangers/horns and know how to use them. Most importantly please keep yards clean and use electric fencing (and turn it on) if you have chickens and other domestics. See below for helpful details.


Electric Fences are a proven way to help prevent bears from obtaining food rewards, damaging your property or accessing your livestock. While their purchase requires an initial investment they pay for themselves in the long-run if used properly (think about how much $ your chickens & feed cost you...one fox or bear and that can disappear quickly). 

The FeedStore/Pet Junction in Whitehorse carries a variety of electric fence options for securing feed and poultry. Margo supplies has a great variety of proven fences for any fencing situation and budget you may have - you can purchase these products in the Yukon via Hurlbert Enterprises


There is a Yukon supplier who can help you purchase products from Bearsaver and Haul-All bear-proof bin producers.

Contact Connor Nielsen at 867-334-9059 or at connor@nems.co for prices and various bin options. 

UnBearAble Bins

Rollins Machinery Ltd. - these bins have been tested in our pilot study research program in Whitehorse since 2013. 

Be safe, Be WildWise and enjoy the outdoors.


WildWise Yukon


Environment Yukon

CO Services

Phone (Whitehorse): 867-667-8005
Toll free (in Yukon): 1-800-661-0408 ext. 8005

T.I.P.P. Line: 1-800-661-0525

T.I.P.P. Online

What if no one volunteered to work on the
Lorne Mt. Community Association,
sit on the Hamlet Council
or become a Volunteer Firefighter?
Who would then be there
to hear your concerns
and help you?

Be a Hero in your Community

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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