Tamara Lich is a Canadian activist residing in Medicine Hat, Alberta, who planned the yellow vest protests in Medicine Hat in 2018 and 2019, as well as the 2022 Canada convoy protest in Ottawa. She was also a founding member of the Wexit movement, which later evolved into the Alberta Wildrose Independence Party.

On February 17, 2022, Lich was arrested in Ottawa and denied bail on February 22, 2022. That denial was overturned on March 7, 2022, and she was given bail on the condition that she stay off social media and leave Ottawa and the province of Ontario within 24 hours and 72 hours, respectively, and only return to the province for court-related reasons.

Tamara Lich Background

Lich grew up in Medicine Hat, Alberta, and she still lives there with her family.

Tamara Lich said her “biological maternal grandmother was Cree and biological maternal grandfather was Métis,” according to the records. Lich made the claim of being Métis at her bail hearing and many on social media questioned her Indigeneity. It also prompted two genealogists to look into her background.

Tamara Lich’s Husband

Dwayne Lich is the husband of Tamara Lich.

She has publicly claimed Métis heritage. She is a mother and a grandmother. Her daughter was born premature.

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