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Many residents commute from Ajax to Toronto and other Durham Region municipalities for work, and the town has increased in population considerably since the 1980s.
Other employers include Du Pont, Volkswagen Canada, Dowty Aerospace (started in 1949), and many others.
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Oshawa Ontario can be found 60 kilometres east of downtown Toronto along the shores of Lake Ontario and boasts the fourteenth largest metropolitan area in all of Canada.
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Once singles sign up online and decide which event they'd like to attend, they meet at a downtown Toronto restaurant or lounge to embark on this creative dating experience.The name "Ajax" came about with the first real British Naval victory of WWII.Commandeered by Commodore Henry Harwood, a fleet of British warships, the HMS Ajax, HMS Achilles and HMS Exeter routed and engaged the Admiral Graf Spree, a powerful German battleship near the Uruguayan port of South America's Montevideo.Famous Oshawa alumni include Jerry Edmonton (from rock band Steppenwolf), Edmonton Oiler's player Kevin Mc Clelland, and figure skater Barbara Underhill.Oshawa is easily accessible by public transit and it takes no time at all to get to downtown Toronto, making it a popular place to live and work in.By 1945, the plant had employed over 9,000 people, created its own sewage and water treatment plants, filled 40 million shells for the Second World War, opened a school with a population of over 600, and also had 50 km of roads and 50 km of railroad.