MLA for Whitehorse Centre
Lane (Emily, they/them) grew up in the Yukon and is proud to call it home. Lane (Emily) studied neuroscience at Dalhousie University and then speech-language pathology at McGill University. They then worked for years with young children and their families as a speech-language pathologist, first in B.C. and then in the Yukon at the Child Development Centre. Mostly recently prior to being elected MLA, Lane (Emily) held the role of executive director at Teegatha’Oh Zheh which supports Yukon residents with developmental disabilities and was President of Queer Yukon Society.
In their spare time, they play hockey, make music and films, and hangs out with their dog Griffon. Lane (Emily) knows that as a territory, we can do even better for people. They’re excited to take their experience fighting for people to the legislature.
They were first elected on April 12, 2021 and have served as the MLA for downtown Whitehorse ever since.
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