Who can be a delegate?

Accoriding to the Liberal Party of Canada constitution, the folowing people can be delegates:


  • Liberal members of the Privy Council
  • Liberal Senators
  • Liberal Members of Parliament
  • If a constituency lacks an MP, then the last nominated candidate in that riding (usually from the last election or by-election, though not necessarily)
  • Elected members of the National Executive
  • The seven officers of the Commission of Young Liberals of Canada
  • The seven officers of the National Women's Liberal Commission
  • The five table officers of the Senior Liberals Commission
  • Provincial/territorial youth presidents
  • Provincial/territorial women's commission presidents
  • The president and three members of the executive of each provincial/territorial association (who are elected by the executive)
  • Four youth delegates from each certified student club
  • One representative from each women's Liberal club
  • Two representatives from each certified provincial or territorial women's Liberal association/commission.
  • One representative from each Senior Liberals club
  • Two representatives from each certified provincial or territorial Seniors Liberals commission or association
  • The president of each Liberal constituency association
  • Fourteen delegates from each constituency association
  • Ten delegates selected by each provincial and territorial executive
  • The chair and members of the Revenue Committee
  • Any past Leader of the Liberal Party of Canada
  • The leaders of the Liberal Party in each province and territory
  • The eight officers of the Aboriginal Peoples' Commission
  • The presidents of the provincial/territorial aboriginal commissions
  • Two representatives appointed by the executive of each provincial or territorial Aboriginal commission/association
  • Delegates based on proportional representation of Aboriginal peoples in the country