The federal government and the Ontario government each contributed $250 million to mass produce electric vehicles and power batteries at Ford Motor Company’s Oakville, Ontario plant. However, Trudeau and the governor of Ford did not appear on the same occasion when the decision was announced that day. Ford’s governor announced the decision at the Ford branch in Oakville, while Trudeau made the announcement at the Ford innovation center in Kanata, a suburb of Ottawa. The federal government’s investment in electric vehicles will have a significant impact on Canada’s auto parts supply chain, including Ontario, according to Trudeau. “For our automotive industry, for the environment, it’s a win-win,” he said < / P > < p > in the long run, the investment is part of the Liberal government’s commitment to transition to a clean, renewable energy economy, with the goal of achieving zero carbon emissions by 2050. However, in the short term, investment in electric vehicles can not only avoid the unemployment caused by the layoffs of Ford Motor in Canada, but also promote Canada to gain technical and production advantages in the global competition of electric vehicles. Although Canada does not have a local automobile brand, it has many American and Japanese automobile brand production factories and a large number of automobile industry workers. Canada itself is a big car consumer. In 2019, the number of registered cars in Canada exceeds 35.74 million, which is basically equal to the total population. < / P > < p > in addition to investing in the production of electric vehicles, the Canadian government has committed to invest $300 million to build a nationwide rapid charging network for electric vehicles. In addition, the government will provide subsidies of up to $5000 to individuals who buy electric vehicles to encourage the purchase or rental of electric vehicles or hybrid vehicles. Didi Qingju bicycle has entered 150 cities