In the nineteen forties, a number of people privately imported CitroŽns
into Canada and it is believed that many of these were built in
England. The Slough factory built a number of left hand drive
Tractions for export to the USA, Canada and Switzerland.
were initially imported into Canada by a private entrepreneur called
Harry Dubrowski whose business was called Auto-France on
CŰte-des-Neiges in Montreal.
In 1961, CitroŽn Canada
Ltd., a fully owned subsidiary of CitroŽn in France took over both the
business and the premises of Auto-France.
CitroŽn Canada Limited opened branch offices in Toronto, Kenogami Quťbec, Montreal, Sherbrooke and Vancouver.
In 1973, the Vancouver branch was closed and the following year, the company ceased trading.