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Named after the HMS Ajax, a Royal Navy cruiser in World War 2, the town has a fascinating and rich history. Located right on Lake Ontario, it once was home to Defence Industries Limited, which employed 9,000 people for the war efforts.
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The Town of Ajax is home to over 70,000 residents. Major employers include: Ajax Textile, AEG Bayly Engineering, Daimler- Chrysler Canada, Dupont Paintplas, and Volkswagen Canada.
The Durham Centre Shopping Complex and the Rouge Valley Ajax and Pickering Health Centre are also major employers in this town.
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 Defence Industries Limited (D.I.L.) shell plant was constructed and a townsite grew around the plant.
By 1945 the plant had filled 40 million shells; employed over 9,000 people at peak production; boasted of its own water and sewage treatment plants; a school population of over 600; 50 km (31 mi) of railroad and 50 km (31 mi) of roads.
The entire D.I.L. plant site included some 12 km2 (5 sq mi). People came from all over Canada to work at D.I.L.
Ajax has many attractive attributes including the largest waterfront parkland in the Greater Toronto Area, a diverse housing stock, excellent public transit, a large regional shopping centre, and easy access to Highway 401 which runs through the centre of town. Downtown Ajax centred at Harwood Avenue and Bayly Street is presently being revitalized with the addition of a new 30,000 square foot Central Library which is being built adjacent to the Ajax Town Hall.