Here is what we have currently.
“The Club has grown since 1999 and has now over 300 members (191 Porsche households) spread over four Canadian provinces and one US state. Over the years may changes have accrued, but our objectives are still the same.
The members of this Club are joined together and are mutually pledged to the furtherance and promotion of the following:
- The highest standards of courtesy and safety on the roads.
- The enjoyment and sharing of good will and fellowship engendered by owning a Porsche automobile and engaging in such social and other events as may be agreeable to the membership.
- The maintenance of the highest standards of operation and performance of the Porsche marque by sharing and exchanging technical and mechanical information.
- The establishment and maintenance of mutually beneficial relationships with the Porsche works, Porsche dealers and service sources to the end that the marque shall prosper and continue to enjoy its unique leadership and position in sports car history.
- The interchange of ideas and suggestions with other Porsche Clubs throughout the world and in such cooperation as may be mutually desirable.
- The establishment of such mutually cooperative relationships as may be desirable with other sports car Clubs.
- Charitable events, activities and organizations which promote the objectives of the Club.
Here are some examples of our club activities and advantages been a club member.
- Monthly meetings with other Porsche enthusiasts.
- Social and driving events.
- Helpful advice and parts sources.
- Extensive library – technical, historical, general interest.
- Free valuations.
- Bi-monthly regional newsletters – Red River Rambling
There are just 11 PCA regions in Canada. British Columbia is host to 3 regions in Zone 6: Canada West, British Columbia Interior and Vancouver Island. Also in Zone 6; Alberta is home to Wild Rose, centred in Calgary and Polar Region in the Edmonton area and the newly formed Living Skies Prairie Region of Saskatchewan. The lone Zone 10 region in Canada is Red River Region. The remainder of the Canadian contingent comes under Zone 1: Upper Canada in Ontario, Rennsport which is made up of Quebec and Southeast Ontario, and Acadia which covers the Atlantic provinces.