We are pleased to show a success story of one DS Safari that was recused from the estate of the late John Mazmanian in Ft. Erie, ON.
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.
Saturday October 3, 2020 proved to be an ideal day to enjoy Citroën Autoclub Canada’s annual fall outing. The timing was perfect to observe the autumn colours on the backroads of the Durham and Northumberland regions of Ontario and being cool with scattered clouds meant perfect driving weather. The route …
Michel Aubé and his wife Claire experienced a devastating fire in their home in Williamsburg Ontario.
We are saddened to announce the passing of Citroën Autoclub Canada member Andy Lamb.
Citroën Autoclub Canada’s 2019 Toronto Christmas Party took place on December 7.
Diana and James William win top prize for best import at the Gathering of the Classics.
For our annual Citroën Autoclub Canada spring outing, we went back in time with a visit to the Ontario Steam Heritage Museum.
Just outside the small Ontario town of Verona, about 40 km northwest of Kingston, lives Angus MacDougald, who has quietly been amassing Citroëns of the company’s golden era, that he has been purchasing for the last 60+ years.
GS in Canada are rare cars indeed. Only 6 were originally imported into the country in 1971 by Citroën (who were still selling cars here) and those were demonstration models that were not “officially” sold here. (Though at least 2 managed to find their way into owners’ hands. The other …