Ford Motor Company of Canada, Limited French: Ford du Canada Limitée was established on August 17, 1904 with the end goal of assembling and offering Ford vehicles in Canada and the British Empire. It was initially known as the Walkerville Wagon Works, and was placed in Walkerville, Ontario (now some piece of Windsor, Ontario). The organizer, Gordon Mcgregor, persuaded a gathering of moguls to put resources into Henry Ford's new auto which was being delivered over the stream in Detroit.
The Model C, the first auto to be created in Canada, took off of the plant in late September 1904. The Company could deliver two autos at once and in its first full year of creation, the Company could create 117 vehicles. The Company's first fare deals were to Calcutta, India.
The Company is still a vital assembling venture in Windsor.