Independent Liberal

Independent Liberal is a description allowed in Canadian politics to denote party affiliation. It is used to designate a politician as a liberal, yet independent of the Liberal Party of Canada, or in the case of a provincial legislature, a provincial Liberal party. It was also a description formerly used in British politics until the demise of the British Liberal Party.

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