Dalton Camp (September 11, 1920 - March 18, 2002) was a Canadian politician, political commentator and supporter of the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada. Despite having never been elected to a seat in the House of Commons, he is generally regarded as a very popular and influential politician.
Camp led a grassroots upsurgence within the party against Prime Minister John Diefenbaker which led to Camp-backed Robert Stanfield becoming party leader in the late 1960s. The movement was criticized by traditional conservatives who felt Camp's views were too liberal, which also earned him the nickname "Red Tory".
After failing to be elected, Camp retired as a politician and pursued interests in political commentary. He was a regular political commentatory on CBC's Morningside and bi-weekly political writer for the Toronto Star newspaper.