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News related to COVID-19

Making medical travel easier and more affordable for Yukoners

The Government of Yukon has amended the Travel for Medical Treatment Regulations. As of January 1, 2021, the medical travel subsidy is $150 per day for multi-day travel for out-patients and for escorts accompanying in-patients.

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Government increasing supports for Yukon seniors and Elders

The Government of Yukon is enhancing programs and services for Yukon seniors and Elders, with the goal of supporting them to age in place in their own homes and communities.

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Mt. Lorne Local Advisory Council (LAC or Council)

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 are an advisory body with no legal status. The Mt. Lorne LAC is elected from residents in legislatively defined boundaries of the hamlet called Wards: 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

  1. To advise the Minister on:
    •  What works or services are required within the local advisory area and how these should be supplied
    • The regulations deemed desirable for the benefit of the residents; and
    • Any other matter of local concern
  2. To facilitate community involvement in matters concerning the community

Operating Policy

First Nations Lands

The boundaries of Mt. Lorne fall within the Traditional Territories of three First Nations: Kwanlin Dun First Nation, Carcross/Tagish First Nation, and Ta’an Kwach’an Council. Members of KDFN and C/TFN live within Mt. Lorne. A representative of the Carcross/Tagish First Nation is a delegate to the Mt. Lorne LAC.