Lisa LaFlamme, a Canadian TV journalist and she started her career in 1988 being a copywriter and script assistant at CTV’s Kitchener affiliate CKCO. The lady who started her career from the least is now at her best. Currently, LaFlamme is the chief anchor and senior editor of CTV National News.
51-years-old LaFlamme is still single even at this age, but why?? Actually, there might be many boys who would want to share their life with such a beauty with heavy accomplishments. Neither has she got married nor does she has a boyfriend. Right from her young age, she was interested towards journalism and devoted her whole life to be a successful journalist. And now she certainly is but it seems LaFlamme did not get time to be engaged in love and the like.
Though she is still single, we could found the speculation that LaFlamme married Sean McCormick. However, the rumor has been proved to be wrong. Neither LaFlamme nor McCormick has given any official confirmation about their marriage.
Everything happens for a good cause; in the same way, if LaFlamme would have been married then obviously she might not be as successful as she is now in the journalism field. Her time would have gotten divided in looking after her children, husband with more responsibilities on her shoulder. Now being away from such responsibilities, she has been able to provide her whole time for career and the lady has been able to be an anchoring queen in the Canadian journalism world.
With her charming face and an ability to present herself, she attracts the audience. With her charm and talent, she has been able to establish herself as one of the successful Canadian anchors. She is much dedicated towards her works.
Such an honour to work with the best and most hardworking group of people who know it's all about good journalism! https://t.co/eE6kAdsLxz
— Lisa LaFlamme (@LisaLaFlammeCTV) March 9, 2016
The brave lady has covered many international events and conflicts including: the September 11 attacks and the subsequent Iraq War, the War in Afghanistan (2001–present), the Arab Spring in Cairo, Hurricane Katrina, the 2010 Haiti earthquake, the death of Pope John Paul II in 2005 and the election of Pope Francis in 2013. She has covered every Canadian federal election since 1997, and every Olympic Games since 2006, the 2008 Summer Olympic Games in Beijing and the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London. She even covered the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II in 2012 and the Royal Wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton in 2011.
She has even interviewed many Canadian and international political figures. LaFlamme for her tremendous anchoring skills and performances, she has been nominated for several awards and has won a Canadian Screen Award for 'Best National Newscast' and 'Best News Anchor' for CTV National News.
Her net worth has not been disclosed yet but obviously, it would be more, what say??