Thoughts on Ajax…
I am from a semi-small town called Ajax. When you enter Ajax, a cleverly marketed sign states that not only is this town Ajax, but it is “Ajax-by-the-lake” being Lake Ontario. Definitely a tourist ploy. I grew up in the same house my whole life, always went to the same school and always had the same friends….I moved 2000 miles away…. miss its charm and people and houses and atmosphere. Sometimes I wonder why I didn’t realize how perfect it was until the day I left it behind me. It was perfect. It is perfect.
…continues to grow at a brisk pace and this small, sleepy town is now a vibrant, diverse community. Public transporation is well served within this region by both bus and the GO Train system, which travels directly into the heart of the city of Toronto. The neighbourhoods consist of post war construction homes and many newer subdivisions as well. An open and inviting lakefront at the foot of Lake Ontario and extensive trail and parks system, historic areas and popular retail operations have blended well to create an attractive location within the Greater Toronto Area.
The Red Rose of Lancaster is the official flower of Ajax (adopted in 1999). It is also the official flower for Lancaster, England, the site of initial construction of the HMS Ajax, the ship for which our Town was named.
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With many kilometres of walking and bike trails along with park land, the waterfront is well used. At the foot of