The Citroën/French Car Community was invited by the organizers of the Lake Mirror Classic to display their cars.
It was a fun filled day for those who didn’t mind a little dampness at the beginning of the day in favour of yet another memorable Fall outing.
Delve into more detail about the things that make it one of the earliest DS in North America and with features that make it seem like a prototype.
Numerous wineries and some lovely back-roads made for an enjoyable day, and this year it was especially so!
Citroën Autoclub Canada was invited by Fédération Tricolore de Toronto to display six Citroëns at The Distillery
East Coast Rendezvous has always been held on Fathers’ Day weekend but this year the event was postponed by two weeks.
Getting together with members again, having a great drive, tasty food and a rich education about Canadian Automotive history made for a perfect spring outing.
This year was special as it was the first time organized by Paul Anderson who has taken over Brad Nauss Automotive.
Even with little notice we managed to save another one of Glen Fryer’s Citroëns from a horrible fate.
On Dec 3, 2022 Citroën Autoclub Canada held their annual Christmas party returning to The Mandarin Restaurant to enjoy the vast buffet selection that they offer.
Rain was encountered in the morning, but that only made for about a 45-minute portion of the drive and actually as enjoyable as the sun-filled afternoon.
Citroën Autoclub Canada’s annual Niagara region outing has proven to be a summer favourite and this year’s was the best yet!
It was heartening to see that even with gas at $5.58 US a gallon for premium, it did not deter the gathering of about 160 Citroëns.
This year’s Carlisle trip for me started a few days earlier in Toronto with the arrival of “The Great Road Tour”.
The Import Fun Showfield included spaces for cars from every region of the world. You could find examples of pretty much every imported automotive manufacturer.
We were treated to a tour of local historical buildings through the eyes of our guide, renowned local historian David Powell.
With the Covid-19 pandemic tamed down somewhat, Citroën Autoclub Canada was able to hold their annual Christmas party in person once again.
It was a true Indian Summer day on October 3, 2021, for our Citroën Autoclub Canada annual fall outing. As we have for the past two years, we ventured east of Toronto on the backroads of the Durham and Northumberland regions of Ontario.
With a great blend of seasoned Rendezvous veterans & over 10 first timers, there was a beautiful energy all weekend long.
After cancellation in June 2020 due to Covid, holding a Mini-Rendezvous in September, and postponement again in June of this year – a “normal” Citroën Rendezvous finally took place again at Saratoga Springs, NY from September 9 — 12, 2021.
Rain didn’t dissuade some Citroën Autoclub Canada members from having a fantastic time during our annual summer outing on July 17, 2021.
This year, Citroën Autoclub Canada’s annual spring outing focused on the Halton Hills and Hockley Valley areas, located just Northwest of Toronto, ending with a very special stop at the exotic car collection of Tony Burgess.
What a turnout at this year’s “Citroëns at Carlisle”! Cars, friends, and dogs could finally meet up again after so many cancelled events over the past year.
The Citroen Autoclub Canada had known about this 1968 DS 21 for years in Toronto, located in the High Park area. It sat in a driveway, uncovered and seemingly neglected.