members of the band, which formed out of two rival bands at their local high school. Jocz married singer Jessy Moss in November 2008. The couple have a son together, born April 2011. birth_place Ajax (Ajax, Ontario), Ontario origin Ajax (Ajax, Ontario), Ontario, Canada genre Heavy metal (Heavy metal music), hard rock, southern rock, pop punk, punk rock, alternative rock, reggae '''David Nizam "Brownsound" Baksh
and the first Public School Board. On June 22, 1973, the Ontario Legislature enacted Bill 162 to amalgamate the Town of Ajax and the Village of Pickering (Pickering Village, Ontario) and annex certain portions of the Township of Pickering to the Town of Ajax, as part of the creation of the new Durham Region; this also included the remote lakeside Town of Pickering Beach. The Region and Town both officially came into being on January 1, 1974. Communities of Ajax
. In addition, two Regional Councillors each represent a pair of wards. The Mayor and the Regional councillors sit on both Ajax Town Council and Durham Region Council. The current council was elected in October 2010. The members of the council are: '''Mayor''': Steve Parish '''Members of Council''': *Shaun Collier: Regional Councillor, Wards 1 and 2 *Colleen Jordan: Regional Councillor, Wards 3 and 4 *Marilyn Crawford: Councillor, Ward 1 *Renrick Ashby: Councillor, Ward 2 *Joanne Dies
: Councillor, Ward 3 *Pat Brown: Councillor, Ward 4 In the past, Council has sat for a three-year term, but the Ontario Legislature (Legislative Assembly of Ontario) has recently introduced legislation increasing the length of municipal council terms in Ontario to four years. The last municipal election was held on October 25, 2010. A by-election was held on March 1, 2008 to fill the Ward 2 council seat left vacant after councillor Joe Dickson was elected to the Legislature for Ajax—Pickering
Health care The Ajax and Pickering General Hospital (Rouge Valley Ajax and Pickering) first opened in 1954 with 38 adult and children's beds. It was expanded to 50 beds in 1958 and a major expansion to 127 beds took place in 1964. The emergency and outpatient services were expanded in 1975. The large growth of population in the Town has prompted a further expansion. Approval was granted in the fall of 1990 to further expand. In 1999 the Hospital merged with Centenary Health Centre in Scarborough (Scarborough, Ontario) to become part of the Rouge Valley Health System. Construction on a $60 million expansion began in 2007, although that has been marred by the highly controversial closure of the 3 West Mental Health ward in 2008, which was originally to be part of the expansion. Emergency services Ajax is policed by the Durham Regional Police from a station in Pickering. Ambulance emergency medical services are provided by Durham Region. Ajax Fire & Emergency Services provides firefighting services from three fire stations. Transportation In 1973, the Town of Ajax conducted a survey of potential transit ridership in Ajax. This led to the creation of Ajax Transit with bus service beginning in 1973 under a contract with Charterways Transportation Limited, which operated service using a fleet of school buses, with heaviest ridership between the Pickering Beach area and downtown Ajax. In the late 1970s, the town brought the operations in house and began operations on the Elm, Duffins, and Beach routes, which exist to this day. In the early 1980s, the Harwood, Westney Heights, and Village routes began service. Service on the Puckrin route began in the late 1980s. In 2001, Ajax Transit and the neighbouring Pickering Transit were amalgamated into the Ajax Pickering Transit Authority (Ajax-Pickering Transit) (APTA), which operated under the joint ownership and oversight of Ajax and Pickering. In 2006, APTA was amalgamated into Durham Region Transit along with the other municipal transit services in Durham Region. Road transportation in Ajax is dominated by Highway 401 (Ontario Highway 401), which runs east-west
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?Lang E&Geo1 CSD&Code1 3518005&Geo2 PR&Code2 35&Data Count&SearchText Ajax&SearchType Begins&SearchPR 01&B1 All&Custom accessdate 2014-09-23 According to the 2011 National Household Survey, 95.3% of Ajax residents are Canadian citizens, and about 7.6% of residents are recent immigrants (from 2001 to 2011). The racial make up of Ajax is: White (White Canadian) ( ), Black Canadians Black
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of Finance *Akeem Foster, CFL (Canadian Football League) football player *Keith Godding, CFL football player *Glenn Healy, former NHL goaltender *Kyle Johnson (Kyle Johnson (basketball)), professional basketball player and Olympian; grew up in Ajax. CKGE 94.9 (CKGE-FM) group5 York Region (Regional Municipality of York) - colspan "4" '''Ajax (Ajax, Ontario)''' - ''Main article (Ajax municipal election, 2006)'' - frequency 95.9 MHz (FM (FM radio)) city Ajax (Ajax, Ontario), Ontario area Oshawa, Durham Region (Durham Region, Ontario), Toronto (Greater Toronto Area) '''CJKX-FM''' is a Canadian (Canada) radio station. Although its official city of licence is Ajax, Ontario, the station operates from studios in Oshawa, Ontario with co-owned stations CKDO (CKDO (AM)) and CKGE (CKGE-FM). Airing at 95.9 FM (FM radio), the station broadcasts a country music format branded as '''KX96'''. * It was one of a few sub-contractors to GO Transit during GO's early years. * It also operated municipal transit (Mass transit) in Ajax, Ontario from 1969 to 1973. Service was which provided using a fleet of school buses, with heaviest ridership between the Pickering Beach area and downtown Ajax. * Trial transit operator in Whitby in 1976, then as contractor for Whitby Transit up to the early 1990s
rock (rock music) band from Ajax (Ajax, Ontario), Ontario. The band was formed in 1996 and currently consists of members Deryck Whibley (lead vocals (lead vocalist), rhythm guitar), Tom Thacker (Tom Thacker (musician)) (lead guitar, backing vocals (backing vocalist)), Jason McCaslin ( bass guitar
of converging factors including an exponential rise in the cost of real estate within the city and high property and corporate taxes. Due to Toronto's high cultural diversity, jobs, and infrastructure (including public transit), it is a leading destination for immigration, which continues to drive demand for living space, thus buoying the real estate market. In 1941, the southeastern portion of the township became the independent town of Ajax (Ajax, Ontario). This has caused confusion, as one of the population centres of the original township, Pickering Village (Pickering Village, Ontario), is now found in Ajax, along with its eponymous secondary school (Pickering High School, Ajax). As a young adult, while studying medicine, Phúc was removed from her university and used as a propaganda symbol by the communist government of Vietnam. In 1986, however, she was granted permission to continue her studies in Cuba. She had converted from her family's Cao Dai religion to Christianity four years earlier. CKGE 94.9 (CKGE-FM) group5 York Region (Regional Municipality of York) - colspan "4" '''Ajax (Ajax, Ontario)''' - ''Main article (Ajax municipal election, 2006)'' - frequency 95.9 MHz (FM (FM radio)) city Ajax (Ajax, Ontario), Ontario area Oshawa, Durham Region (Durham Region, Ontario), Toronto (Greater Toronto Area) '''CJKX-FM''' is a Canadian (Canada) radio station. Although its official city of licence is Ajax, Ontario, the station operates from studios in Oshawa, Ontario with co-owned stations CKDO (CKDO (AM)) and CKGE (CKGE-FM). Airing at 95.9 FM (FM radio), the station broadcasts a country music format branded as '''KX96'''. * It was one of a few sub-contractors to GO Transit during GO's early years. * It also operated municipal transit (Mass transit) in Ajax, Ontario from 1969 to 1973. Service was which provided using a fleet of school buses, with heaviest ridership between the Pickering Beach area and downtown Ajax. * Trial transit operator in Whitby in 1976, then as contractor for Whitby Transit up to the early 1990s
in the Allenbury Gardens public housing, and at the age of 16 moved to Ajax, Ontario. Growing up in a diverse neighbourhood, O'Brien blended dancehall and reggae with rock and popular music to create his own unique style of music. In 1988, Jamaican-born DJ Marvin Prince witnessed O'Brien deejaying at a party and quickly, the two became friends. For the next few years, they practiced in Prince's basement with Snow providing vocals and Prince scratching the turntables (Turntablism). While
; Newsweek, 29 March 1993, 47; and Anne Trebbe, "Hard Core Jamaican Style Rap is Snow's Business," USA Today, 1 April 1993, 3d. * ''Ajax'' (HMS Ajax (22)) ''Ajax'' participated in the Battle of the River Plate. The town of Ajax, Ontario was named after the ship, with street names in the town named after members of the crew. ''Ajax'' also participated in the Battle of Cape Matapan. Ajax also took part in shelling the mainland of Normandy during
. Also, a street is named after him in the Lincoln Park (Lincoln Park, Calgary) neighbourhood of Calgary, Alberta. time &date &ttype &q Dallaire+Avenue+S.W.Calgary,+AB,+Canada&sll 51.004088,-114.121084&sspn 0.008966,0.020084&ie UTF8&ll 51.002967,-114.12456&spn
'''Ajax''' (2011 population (Canada 2011 Census) 109,600) is a town in the Durham Region (Regional Municipality of Durham) of Southern (Southern Ontario) Ontario, Canada, located in the eastern part of the Greater Toronto Area.
The town is named for east of Toronto on the shores of Lake Ontario and is bordered by the City of Pickering (Pickering, Ontario) to the west and north, and the Town of Whitby (Whitby, Ontario) to the east.