Hamlet of Mt. Lorne Local Advisory Council

Hamlet Council
Minutes (pdf):
(signed copy on file)

To Contact the Hamlet Council:

Phone/Fax: 667-7083
or email: mtlorne@northwestel.net


Kookatsoon / CCC
Peter Carr

Robert Sharp - Chair

Bill Dunn

The Meadows
Ann Gedrose

Annie Lake Road
Lisa Chevalier - Vice Chair

Administrative Assistant

Kym Rempel


Hamlet of Mt. Lorne

47 Annie Lake Road
Whitehorse, Yukon
Y1A 7A1


RCMP Community Liaison:

J.R. (Jeff) MYKE, CPL.
Whitehorse Detachment
C Watch Commander
Whitehorse, YT Y1A 1H5
Phone: (867)667-5509
Cell: (867) 333-0326
Fax: (867) 393-6791



Regular Hamlet council meetings will now be held on the first Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. at the Lorne Mountain Community Centre, km 1 Annie Lake Road unless posted otherwise.   Check Agenda 

Next scheduled meeting:
Tuesday, July 3rd, 7 pm


The Hamlet of Mount Lorne was established in 1990 and the first Local Advisory Council (LAC) was elected. LAC´s are governed by the Municipal Act and are an advisory body with no legal status. The Mt. Lorne LAC is elected from residents in legislatively defined boundaries of the Hamlet: Kookatsoon Lake; Cowley Lake; Robinson; The Meadows; and Annie Lake Road. Elections are held every three years. Council meetings are held once a month and are open to the public. LAC´s receive annual operational funding from the Yukon Government for which they are accountable.


The council´s mandate is

A. To advise the Minister on:

1. What works or services are required within the local advisory area and how these should be supplied

2. The regulations deemed desirable for the benefit of the residents; and

3. Any other matter of local concern

B. To facilitate community involvement in matters concerning the community

Operating Terms & Policies

Yukon Municipal Act

Returning Officers Duties for Local Advisory Council By-Elections

Map of Mt. LorneLand Development Issues

One of the main reasons for the creation of the Hamlet was to address land use and land development issues. The Mt. Lorne LAC initiated the undertaking of a land use plan for the Hamlet, a process which began in 1991 and was completed in 1995 when the Hamlet of Mt. Lorne and Carcross Road Area Plan was accepted by Cabinet. Over the years the Mt. Lorne LAC has advised the government on many land use and land disposition issues in the Hamlet.


Contact the Hamlet Council at Phone/Fax: 667-7083 or email: mtlorne@northwestel.net




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