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The Automobile Journalists Association of Canada (AJAC) is an association of professional journalists, writers, photographers and corporate entities whose focus is the automobile and the automotive industry. The majority of our journalist members test drive and report on new vehicles on an ongoing basis in various forms of media across the country.

An integral part of the association is our annual Canadian Car and Utility Vehicle of the Year awards program, designed to inform Canadians about which vehicles are best suited to Canada’s unique driving conditions.

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  AJAC in the News

  1. La Voiture canadienne de l'année et le Véhicule utilitaire canadien de l'année 2020 annoncés par l'Association des Journalistes Automobile du Canada

    /CNW/ - Aujourd'hui, la Mazda3 a été nommée Voiture canadienne de l'année 2020 et le Jaguar I-Pace Véhicule utilitaire canadien de l'année 2020, tels que...

  2. 2020 Canadian Car of the Year and 2020 Canadian Utility Vehicle of the Year Announced by Automobile Journalists Association of Canada

    /CNW/ - Today, the Mazda3 was announced as the 2020 Canadian Car of the Year and the Jaguar I-Pace as the 2020 Canadian Utility Vehicle of the Year, as...

  Recent Member Articles

  1. 2020 Genesis G90 Review - AutoGuide.com

    Jeff Wilson

    2020 Genesis G90 Review - Read our in-depth first drive of the refreshed and much improved Genesis flagship sedan, with photos, specs, pricing and more.

  2. Shopping for a large SUV? Allow us to do some van-splaining

    Stephanie Wallcraft

    If you’ll be moving a family around, what you really need is a minivan

  3. Super Duty Shows its Capability in the Desert - MRO Magazine

    Mario Cywinski

    Story and Photos by: Mario Cywinski Around 10 years ago, one of my first truck events as an automotive journalist was for the 2011 Ford Super Duty. The event took place in Arizona, starting in Prescott, going through Yarnell, and eventually finishing in Glendale, a suburb of Phoenix. During that trip, the Super Duty

  4. MRO's 2020 Truck Preview - MRO Magazine

    Mario Cywinski

    After an influx of new products hit the truck market in 2019, this model year is more of a transition year for many brands. Once exclusive to heavy duty pick-up trucks and a selection of full-size vans, trucks brands are now adding diesel engines to their light duty trucks. While FCA added one to its Ram 1500 a few

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