Walter Frederick Kuhl
|Member of the Canadian Parliament
|Preceded by||none, new district|
|Succeeded by||John William Welbourn|
June 25, 1905|
Spruce Grove, Alberta
|Died||January 11, 1991(aged 85)|
|Political party||Social Credit Party of Canada|
Walter Frederick Kuhl (June 25, 1905 – January 11, 1991) was a teacher and a Canadian federal politician.
Born in Spruce Grove, Alberta, Kuhl was elected under the Social Credit banner to the Canadian House of Commons in the 1935 Canadian federal election. He defeated incumbent Member of Parliament and former Alberta Premier Charles Stewart to win the new Jasper—Edson electoral district. Kuhl would stand for re-election in the 1940 Canadian federal election this time under the New Democracy banner. He was re-elected defeating 3 other candidates winning by less than one hundred votes. Kuhl would stand for re-election for a 3rd term this time once again under the Social Credit banner he would be re-elected in the 1945 Canadian federal election. Kuhl would be defeated in the 1949 Canadian federal election by Liberal candidate John William Welbourn.
During his time in Parliament, he tried to get Canada a new and distinguished flag and constitution he introduced a private members bill to amend the British North America Act His speeches in Parliament on the constitution are often referenced by modern Alberta separatists 
- Walter F. Kuhl (January 1977). "Canada a country without a constitution". Eldon G. Warman, DetaxCanada. Retrieved 2007-08-17.