Hamlet of Mt. Lorne

Hamlet of Mt. Lorne

Located on the South Klondike Highway in Yukon's Southern Lake Region

Mt. Lorne Community Services

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Community Bulletin

COVID-19 Info

LMCC Update
23 March 2020

We are closely following the latest updates from Yukon Government in regards to CVID-19 protocols. Please refer to www.yukon.ca/covid-19 for the latest update for today.

Community Centre – hall – showers – programs  are all closed.

Please follow these Yukon recommended guidelines when using our outdoor facilities – rink and ski trails.

  • Any gatherings are limited to 10 people maximum – please NO multi family meetings at this time!
  • Maintain a 2m/6ft distance from other people.
  • Wash hands prior to the activity and afterwards. Between hand washing, use hand sanitizer. Carry some around with you if you can.
  • If you are sick, cold or flu etc, please stay home. Other people are vulnerable to illness. Please help to keep everyone healthy.
  • Practice good cough etiquette – cough into your elbow.

Rink maintenance will end today – with the weather warming up.

Be careful and skate at your own risk and keep your distance – rink warm up is closed.

Ski trails are in good condition – enjoy!

Organized kids activities are postponed for now.

Stay safe everyone  and look out for any updates.

LMCA staff and board

Mt. Lorne Local Advisory Council

Please stay informed

Government of Yukon

Chief Medical Officer of Health Declares Public Health Emergency

Find Information About Coronavirus (COVID19)

Yukon Chief Medical Officer of Health

Yukon Communicable Disease Control (YCDC)
1-867-667-8323

Yukon Health Line
811

Government of Canada

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19)

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19): Being Prepared

Know the difference: Self-monitoring, self-isolation, and isolation for COVID-19

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Our Community

Garbage: A State of Mind

~ Ross Burnet ~
#11. Making Contact
I was at a dinner gathering last month when a friend started talking about plastic packaging. She objected to the widespread use of plastic pouches...
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#10. Garbage is an Idea
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#9. To Tip or Not to Tip
There is no doubt that good service demands a tip. Even in those situations when we’re not sure if the tip is included or if...
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#8. Bamboozled By Bags
It’s taken a long time to come to the point of realizing that we don’t really need quite so many single use plastic shopping bags....
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The great things our community youth are up to . . .

and come back to share with us! Julian, our last years youth programmer, just dropped by with all his great stories about his time in Berlin at the dance academy – and he has a video to prove it. Awesome Julian and have a great time in Zuerich! (His next adventure.)

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