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.
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.
We were treated to a tour of local historical buildings through the eyes of our guide, renowned local historian David Powell.
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.
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.
Citroën Autoclub Canada’s 2019 Toronto Christmas Party took place on December 7.
The weather was sunny and the temperature perfect for our annual drive to Niagara’s wine country.
June 17th was the Italian and French Car Show at Waterfront Park in North Vancouver BC, an event that has become an annual Fathers’ Day tradition.
For our annual Citroën Autoclub Canada spring outing, we went back in time with a visit to the Ontario Steam Heritage Museum.
Congratulations go to George Klein for winning Citroën Autoclub Canada’s 2018 Golden Sphere “Philippe” Award. George Dyke (pictured left) presents the 2018 Golden Sphere “Philippe” Award to George Klein (pictured right). Actually, it’s the second win for George and again this time well deservedly so for his restoration of the …