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The Automobile Journalists Association of Canada (AJAC) is an association of professional journalists, writers, videographers, photographers and corporate entities whose focus is the automobile and automotive industry.





AJAC journalist members represent Canadian automotive journalism at its highest level, providing honest, informed and original perspective on the subjects we cover. We are not compensated by the manufacturers and strive to report consistently and without bias, ensuring the content we create is trustworthy, helpful and entertaining for Canadian consumers.

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  AJAC in the News

  1. Pinnacle of Canadian Automotive Journalism Honoured at 38th Annual AJAC Automobile Journalism Awards

    /CNW/ - Lorraine Sommerfeld is AJAC's Canadian Automotive Journalist of the Year. She joins 13 of the country's most respected automotive journalists in being...

  2. Le meilleur du journalisme automobile canadien honoré lors du 38e gala annuel des prix de journalisme de l'AJAC

    /CNW/ - Lorraine Sommerfeld a été nommée journaliste automobile de l'année lors de la 38e édition des prix de journalisme automobile de l'Association des journalistes automobiles du Canada.


  Recent Member Articles

  1. THIS MOD MAKES THIS GR SUPRA HANDLE LIKE A PORSCHE - Engineer upgrades the wheels and tires

    David Chao

    Automotive Engineer and Toyota veteran David Chao takes his 2020 GR Supra to the next level by upgrading both the tires and wheels - resulting in a substanti...

  2. Hyundai Sonata N Line Toujours élégante, la performance en plus

    Denis Duquet

    L’an dernier, Hyundai révisait sa berline intermédiaire de fond en comble. La silhouette s’était raffinée, les assistances électroniques à la conduite plus nombreuses et plus sophi

  3. 2021 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Z51 Is A Lot Of Supercar For The Price

    William Clavey

    Clavey reviews the 2021 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Z51 convertible and explains why it's the supercar bargain of the decade.

  4. REVIEW: 2021 Toyota C-HR Nightshade Edition – WHEELS.ca

    Rob Beintema

    Actually, the C-HR (Coupe-High Rider) probably doesn’t need any help in daring to be different. Toyota designers went all-in blending the best traits of sport coupe, hatchback, and sub-compact crossover stylings. Slim LED headlights slash rearwards and the curvy character lines and stealth fighter-like edged angles flow along a fast-back profile. The Coke-bottle middle flares out to sculpted “wide-body” rear quarter panels. And “hidden type” high-mounted rear door handles and unique “C” pillars

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