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Ajax is town in the province of Ontario, Canada, with a population of about 93,104. Ajax is located in the Golden Horseshoe of south central Ontario. Ajax is a part of the Greater Toronto Area ( GTA) and the Regional Municipality of Durham. It is approximately 25 kilometers (16 mi) east of Toronto on the shores of Lake Ontario and is bordered by the City of Pickering to the west and to the north and the Town of Whitby to the east.
According to the Canada Census of, 36% of Ajax’s population are visible minorities. The largest visible minority groups are Blacks (13%), South Asians (11%), Filipinos (3%), and Chinese (2%).
Before the Second World War, the territory in which Ajax is situated was a rural part of the Township of Pickering.
The town itself was first established in 1941 when a Defense Industries Ltd shell plant was constructed and a town site grew around the plant. By 1945 the plant had filled 40 million shells and employed over 9000 people at peak production. The plant boasted of its own water and sewage treatment plants; a school population of over 600; 50 km of railroad and 50 km of roads. The entire D.I.L. plant site included some 12 km2 . People came from all over Canada to work at D.I.L. in Pickering, Ontario.
In 1945 with the closing of D.I.L., there was no industry within the Town. However in 1949 Dowty Aerospace started operations in Ajax. By 1991 other major employers included Volkswagen Canada, DuPont, Paintplas, Ajax Textile and AEG Bayly Engineering. Language Marketplace provides translation services for the manufacturing and automotive industries.
The 1970s saw the beginning of many physical changes to the face of Ajax. New subdivisions spread over vacant land in central Ajax. The early 1980s brought extensive development to the southern part of Ajax with large, upscale housing units constructed along Lake Driveway. The late 1970s and early 1980s saw extensive high rise development alter the skyline of Ajax.
On June 22, 1973 the Ontario Legislature enacted Bill 162 to amalgamate the Town of Ajax and the Village of Pickering and annex certain portions of the Township of Pickering to the Town of Ajax, as part of the creation of the new Durham Region. The Region and Town both officially came into being on January 1, 1974.
City Hall Address:
65 Harwood Ave. S.
Ajax, ON L1S 2H9