Laura-Lynn is an extraordinary communicator and author! Whether on a platform speaking professionally to thousands of people, or in front of the camera during her 18 year national television career, she is an articulate, authentic and powerful woman of influence in our nation. For 8 years, she and her husband took in high risk youth, who no longer fit into the foster care system, and helped many who struggled with addiction and social challenges. She was the keynote speaker at the non-partisan National Prayer Dinner in Ottawa two years ago at the Sir John A. MacDonald building. She is known for her no nonsense, bold stand for conservative values and parental rights. She has interviewed renowned Hollywood celebrities and also engaged in challenging discussions on some of the top issues facing Canadians on her national daily TV show. She believes that it is time to stand courageously for our principles and that The People’s Party of Canada is the only party daring to speak up for the concerns of the silent majority.
Author, inspirational and comedic speaker, Laura-Lynn Tyler Thompson, is the former co-host for The 700 Club Canada, as well as her own national daily TV show, Laura-Lynn & Friends. In her television career, she has interviewed many celebrities such as Dog the Bounty Hunter, Josh Duhamel, Jesse Metcalfe, Nancy Stafford, Henry Winkler, and Stedman Graham (Oprah’s beau) to name a few. She has been privileged to speak on camera with many great men and women of faith like TD Jakes, Tony Campolo, Dr. Gary Chapman, Dr. Bill Hybels, Franklin Graham, Patsy Clairmont, Liz Curtis Higgs, Pat Robertson, Kay Arthur and Thelma Wells. She has been on stages with 10,000 in attendance and as a special guest with Women of Faith. Over 90 of her personal interviews have aired on the BIOGRAPHY Channel Canada. Currently she is a strong voice for the removal of gender fluidity/ideology education curriculum from the public school system and has entered the political sphere to fight for the rights of ALL Canadians to live in freedom according to their own views while protecting parental rights.