Tamara Lich is a former logistics worker and a Canadian right-wing activist known for her involvement in the Yellow Vest protests, the Wexit movement, and the Canada convoy protest in Ottawa. Lich was among the organizers of the Yellow Vest protests in Alberta in 2018 and 2019.
|Full Real Name||Tamara Lich|
|Popular for||Her Involvement in Freedom Convey 2022|
|Age (as of 2022)||55-60 years old.|
|Date of Birth||between 1961-1966,|
|Place of Birth||Saskatchewan Prairies, Canada|
|Current Residence||Saskatchewan Prairies, Canada|
|School Name||Local High School|
|Net worth||Not Known|
|Zodiac Sign||Not Known|
|Height (approx.)||In Feet Inches: 5′ 0″|
|Weight (approx.)||In Kilograms: 50 kg|
Early Life and Career
Tamara Lich was born in 1976 – 1981 in Saskatchewan Prairies, Canada where she was raised by her parents (names currently unknown). She completed school and graduated from Saskatchewan Prairies.
Lich was a fitness instructor before entering politics. She sings and plays the guitar for a Medicine Hat bar band known as Blind Monday. She started her political activities three years ago when she joined hands with West, which was later incorporated into the Wildrose Independence Party of Alberta. Eventually, she and her husband moved to Manitoba after which she left Wildrose to serve as an original member of the governing council of the Maverick Party.
Lich resigned from the Maverick Party just this week to devote all her time to the ‘Freedom Convoy’ protest.
Husband & Marriage
Who is Tamara Lich’s husband?
Tamara is a married woman who lives with her spouse and has children. Tamara is a grandma to her grandkids, and she is married. However, Tamara has not revealed any specific information about her husband’s name or job. She is the principal speaker at an Ottawa protest media briefing.
Tamara Lich and Trucker’s Protest
The politician came into the limelight after she was identified as one of the organizers of the GoFundMe page, which was responsible for funding a protest against a truck driver operating in Canada. Funds raised have crossed the $10 million total mark. However, an Ottawa-based attorney named Paul Champ has filed a $9.8 million lawsuit.
Robber trucks that have taken over the national capital’s central hub have been ordered to pay $4.8 million in “private nuisance” fines and $5 million in punitive damages to the city’s besieged residents. Tamara Licht released a video message on Friday evening to fans mentioning a new online fundraiser sponsored by GiveSendGo,” according to her crowdfunding campaign.