Canadian television journalist Lisa LaFlamme hardly talks about her personal life in public. But she once mentioned during her interview with The Star in September 2010 that she was previously married in her 20s.

The interview also reported that LaFlamme had no children at the time.

Although she didn’t mention anything more about her married life or ex-husband, she did speak about her motherly instinct amidst the talk about her adoration for her eight nieces and nephews.

“This is as close to motherhood as I get,” LaFlamme said on her bond with her nieces and nephews.

That being said, the television journalist does have a companion in her home who waits for her every time she returns from work — a dog named Toby.

Other than that, she hasn’t talked about anything that can be taken into account for her possible husband or her married life.

Who Is Lisa LaFlamme?

LaFlamme, born on July 25, 1964, is a Canadian television journalist who currently serves as the chief anchor and senior editor of CTV National News.

The Kitchener, Canada native, is also known for her role as a former news international affairs correspondent for CTV National News.

Apart from that, Lisa was also a co-host of the Canadian breakfast television news show Canada AM from 2001 to 2003.

LaFlamme's Salary Details

According to Glassdoor, the average salary of a senior editor in Canada is $66,549 yearly. And going by LaFlamme’s experience in the field, it is certain that she earns more than the average salary. 

Therefore, there’s no doubt that she also has amassed a healthy net worth, although she has not revealed the figures yet. 

LaFlamme initially started her career as a copywriter and script assistant at CKCO, CTV’s Kitchener affiliate, in 1988 and eventually moved to become an anchor in 1997.

The anchor joined CTV National News as a foreign correspondent in 2003. She was also a backup anchor to Lloyd Robertson. During her contribution to CTV, she covered several international conflicts and events, like the 9/11 attacks, Hurricane Katrina, the death of Pope John Paul II in 2005, and the election of Pope Francis in 2013.

On top of that, LaFlamme has also covered every Canadian federal election since 1997, not forgetting to mention the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II in 2012 and the royal wedding of Catherine Middleton and Prince William in 2011.

Among numerous accolades, she was named 'Best News Anchor National' at the 2014 'Canadian Screen Awards.'