Hamlet of Mt. Lorne

Hamlet of Mt. Lorne

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

Mt. Lorne Community Services

Governance, Recreation, Emergency Service, Waste Management
Council
Mt. Lorne Local Advisory Council (LAC or Council) mtlorne@northwestel.net The Hamlet of Mt. Lorne was established in 1990 and the first Local Advisory Council (LAC) was elected. LAC’s are governed by the Municipal Act and...
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LMCA
Lorne Mt. Community Association (LMCA) Sports, Recreation and Arts Programming. Facilities Rental. LMCA is registered society formed in 1985 to serve the social and recreational needs of what is now the Hamlet of Mt. Lorne....
more info . . . "LMCA"
MLVFD
Mt. Lorne Volunteer Fire Department (MLVFD) One of 16 volunteer fire departments that fall under the jurisdiction of the Yukon’s Fire Marshal Office (FMO), a Protective Services Branch of Yukon Government. We accept and adopt...
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TS
Mt. Lorne Transfer Station (TS) The purpose of the Mount Lorne Transfer Station is to deal with waste in a responsible manner. We try to minimize true waste and maximize materials finding their way back...
more info . . . "TS"

Cemetery in Mt. Lorne?

This survey is to determine the level of support of Mt. Lorne residents for the creation of a cemetery in our community. A group of residents have established a cemetery society and have done some preliminary work to find out what the requirements are in the Yukon to create a cemetery and to look at several possible locations. Please take the time to complete the survey so that we know if there is support from the community to move on to the next step. Thank You – Mt. Lorne Cemetery Society. Please respond by the end of February.

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Events, Workshops, Meetings

What's Happening in Mt. Lorne?
Youth Hockey Night
with Jazzen and Sunny Friday, February 21st, 6 - 8 pm Come on out and join Jazzen and Sunny for a fun night on the...
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Jazz in the Hall
Featuring vocalist Lorene Charmetant Quintet & the greatest band ever! Saturday, March 14th Doors open at 7 pm, show starts at 7:30 pm Tickets $18...
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Seniors Winter Wellness Cafe
with Bianka Walcher Now on Mondays, 1 - 3 pm. Great opportunity to socialize, share a meal and get active together. February 17th: Intro to...
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Yoga
with Jess Sellers Mondays, 7 - 8 pm. Starting October 28th A gentle class focusing on flowing from pose to pose and linking the movement...
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Learning Lions
Homeschooler's get together Learning Lions is a group of home-schooling families that meet every Friday from 1:30 - 3:30 pm at the Lorne Mt. Community...
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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
It can seem like quite the debilitating a cycle we’ve gotten ourselves into. But as with all our cycles, it’s just a concept. Garbage is...
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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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