The Liberal Party of Canada allows a number of individuals to automatically become delegates to their conventions. The following is a list of such delegates to the 2006 Liberal leadership election. The list includes both ex officio and at-large delegates to the convention.
List of ex officio delegates to the Liberal Party of Canada leadership election, 2006 Wikipedia
Section 16, paragraph 13 of the Liberal Party of Canada constitution lays out who may be delegates to the convention. The following individuals are ex officio (automatic) delegates:all members of the Queen's Privy Council for Canada who are members of the Liberal Party (Privy Councillor) (s.13(a))
all members of the Senate of Canada who are members of the Liberal Party (Senator) (s.13(a))
all members of the Canadian House of Commons who are members of the Liberal Party (MP) (s.13(a))
for electoral districts for the House of Commons which are not represented by a Liberal, the nominated candidate or, if there is no nominated candidate, the candidate from the last federal election (candidate) (s.13(a))
elected members of the national executive of the Liberal Party of Canada (executive) (s.13(b))
seven officers of the Young Liberals of Canada, and the presidents of the Young Liberal organizations in each of the 13 provinces and territories of Canada (Young Liberals) (s.13(c))
seven officers of the National Women's Liberal Commission and the presidents of the Women Liberals organizations in each of the 13 provinces and territories (Woman Liberal)(s.13(c))
five officers of the Senior Liberals Commission (Senior Liberal) (s.13(c))
the president and three members of the executive of each of the provincial and territorial wings of the Liberal Party of Canada (provincial and territorial executives) (s.13(d))
two representatives from each provincial or territorial women’s Liberal association/commission. (s.13(f))
two representatives from each provincial or territorial Seniors Liberals commission or association. (s.13(f1))
the president of each federal Liberal electoral district association (Riding President) (s.13(g))
10 delegates, five of whom shall be men and five of whom shall be women, selected by each provincial and territorial executive (PTA Delegates) (s.13(h))
the chair and members of the Revenue Committee of the Liberal Party of Canada (Revenue Committee) (s.13(i))
past leaders of the Liberal Party of Canada (Past Leader) (s.13(j))
the leaders of the Liberal Party in each province and territory; (s.13(k))
eight officers of the Liberal Aboriginal Peoples' Commission, and the president or federal representative from each provincial and territorial Liberal Aborigial organization (Aboriginal Liberal) (s.13(l))
All ex officio delegates will be listed below by category. Some individuals may qualify for their ex officio status in more than one category. Subsequent mentions of such individuals will be denoted by † (dagger); for information on a delegate denoted by a dagger please scroll up to his/her original listing.(1) Hold parliamentary/caucus positions that require neutrality
(2) Declared neutrality to seek LPC presidency.
Each riding's MP, or in the absence of an MP, nominated candidate or, in the absence of the nominated candidate, past candidate, is an automatic delegate. These are listed here, those who are MPs are denoted by an asterisk (*).(1) Convention Co-Chair
(1) Hold parliamentary/caucus positions that require neutrality
(2) Staff member of the Office of the Leader of the Opposition
(3) Declared neutrality to seek LPC presidency.
** Glen Pearson is an MP-Elect having won the November 27 by election in the riding of London North Centre, Ontario
(1) Convention Co-Chair
(1) Acting as chief returning officer of the leadership process
The following privy councillors are listed and tracked in earlier categories:Reg Alcock
Pierre De Bané
Table officers of the four commissions and various caucus chairs, who are voting members of the national executive, are listed under other categories.(1) Members of Leadership Expense Committee must undertake to be neutral
(2) Interim Campaign Chairs have undertaken to remain neutral
Three members of the executive of each of the provincial and territorial wings of the Liberal Party of Canada.
10 delegates, five of whom shall be men and five of whom shall be women, selected by each provincial and territorial executive;1 : Remaining neutral to seek a position on the National Executive
(1) Neutral: Running for National Executive Position Vice President (Francophone)
The Northwest Terrorities and Nunavut positions are listed as vacant  but under the constitution could be filled up until the time of registration at the convention
The National Women's Liberal Commission ExecutiveThe Northwest Terrorities and Nunuvat positions are listed as vacant . However, under the constitution these positions could be filled up until the time of registration at the convention.
(2) Members of Leadership Expense Committee must undertake to be neutral
(3) Jennifer Pereira - served as Kennedy SK Campaign Director
The National Women's Liberal Commission delegates
Two representatives from each provincial or territorial women’s Liberal association/commission.
The Senior Liberals Commission Executive(1) Members of Leadership Expense Committee must undertake to be neutral
The Senior Liberals Commission PTA delegates
Two representatives from each provincial or territorial Seniors Liberals commission or association.The Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, Yukon and Nunavut positions are listed as vacant  but under the constitution could be filled up until the time of registration at the convention.
(1) APC returning officer
(This list of membership is probably NOT up to date)(1) Members of Leadership Expense Committee must undertake to be neutral
(All past leaders are already listed as MPs or Privy Councillors)Jean Chrétien†
The leaders of the Liberal Party in each province and territory.The Northwest Terrorities and Nunavut operate under a non-partisan consensus government, therefore there are no Liberal Party leaders from these territories.
(*) Asterisk: represents total percentage of undeclared ex officio delegates.
* Glen Pearson is an MP-elect having won the November 27 by election in London North Centre, Ontario. He subsequently endorsed Stéphane Dion.
Belinda Stronach, Newmarket—Aurora, ON
Willie Adams, Nunavut
George Baker, Newfoundland and Labrador
Ione Jean Christensen, Yukon
Eymard Georges Corbin, New Brunswick
Ross Fitzpatrick, British Columbia
Yoine Goldstein, Quebec
Paul J. Massicotte, Quebec
Lorna Milne, Ontario
Lucie Pépin, Quebec
Raymond Bonin (Nickel Belt, ON), Chairman of the Liberal Caucus
Bill Graham (Toronto Centre, ON), Interim Leader of the Liberal Party
Jean Lapierre (Outremont, QC), Former Cabinet Minister
Dominic LeBlanc (Beauséjour, NB), Co-Chairman of the Leadership Convention
Paul Martin (LaSalle—Émard, QC), Former Prime Minister
Peter Milliken (Kingston and the Islands, ON), Speaker of the House of Commons
Karen Redman (Kitchener Centre, ON), Liberal Caucus Whip
Lucienne Robillard (Westmount—Ville-Marie, QC), Interim Deputy Leader of the Liberal Party
Tom Wappel (Scarborough Southwest, ON), backbench MP will not endorse anyone due to lack of a social conservative 
Catherine Callbeck, PEI
Dan Hays, Alberta, Leader of the Opposition in the Senate
Serge Joyal, Quebec
Marie-Paule Poulin, Northern Ontario, candidate for Party Presidency
Source: The Hill Times, June 12