Ford Motor Company of Canada is where the Mustang meets the maple leaf. A subsidiary of Ford Motor, Ford of Canada is that country's longest-running automobile maker. The company was founded in 1904 when, with a $125,000 investment, Henry Ford set up limited operations at the McGregor wagon factory in Windsor, Ontario, across the Detroit River from his original plant in Dearborn, Michigan. Ford of Canada manufactures cars and trucks, as well as hybrid and electric vehicles, at its assembly and manufacturing plants. The company also operates parts distribution centers, and it oversees hundreds of Ford and Ford-Lincoln dealerships, including dealers in every Canadian province.