OJOA - Ontario Jaguar Owners' Association

The Ontario Jaguar Owners' Association was formed in December 1959 as an automobile club whose purpose was to stimulate and encourage interest in the preservation, ownership and operation of Jaguar automobiles. Over the years the OJOA has grown to provide a means for exchange of information, technical and otherwise, to encourage interest in automobile sport and competitive events in Ontario, to provide social occasions for its members, and to foster interest in the Jaguar and Daimler automobiles. The OJOA is an affiliate club of the Jaguar Clubs of North America (JCNA). Today the club lists over 260 Jaguar enthusiasts on its membership roster. The club's activities include the following, described more fully elsewhere on the website: Regular monthly meetings Annual JCNA sanctioned Concours D'El├ęgance Runs to points of interest around Ontario with luncheon at destination Attendance and picnics at various events by other clubs Fun type road rallies involving route following, time keeping, and observation Annual JCNA sanctioned Slalom



Toronto, Ontario