Looking for Wedding Dresses in Ajax
Frequently Asked Questions - Ajax Wedding Dresses and Bridesmaids
1. Where to buy wedding dresses in Ajax?
Always shop at retail stores that are authorized dealers of reliable brands to receive an original and high-quality Ajax wedding dress. Bridal dress stores like Best for Bride carry a variety of designer collections. You can find dresses for all budgets in our collection. We carry dresses of different styles that are suitable for all types of themes to suit different tastes.
2. What is a good wedding dress price for my wedding in Ajax?
Designer wedding dresses in Ajax from the latest collections will cost $1000 and more. The exact price will depend on the model of the dress you choose and where you buy it from. Brides on a budget can find inexpensive designer dresses at stores like Best for Bride that have a clearance sales section throughout the year.
3. When is the best time to buy my bridal gown in Ajax?
The ideal time to shop for your Ajax bridal gown is nine months to a year before the wedding. Orders for new dresses can take three to six months for delivery. So, do your shopping with this factor in mind. Ensure that you have enough time to explore your options, find the perfect dress and order it in such a way that you will receive it with enough time for alterations.
4. What wedding dress style is best for an outdoor wedding in Ajax?
Outdoor wedding dresses in Ajax should be chosen according to the venue and weather at the time of your wedding. Simple silhouettes like the sheath and A-line are usually comfortable in outdoor settings. Lightweight fabrics like lace and georgette are also suitable. Nonetheless, if you think you can handle opulent styles like the mermaid and dresses with heavy embellishments, you can always get them.
5. How can I find a reputable bridal store to buy my Ajax wedding dress?
The best way is to get recommendations for reliable Ajax bridal stores from people you know. Ask friends or family members who were recently married. You can also shortlist bridal stores that carry collections you like. Then look at their online reviews to narrow down your search. Look for reviews on third-party sites like Google for non-biased and honest opinions of customers who have already bought from the stores on your list.
Top sights in Ajax
Waterfront Trail - Stretching over 3600 km from Prince Township, west of Sault Ste. Marie, to the Quebec border, the Great Lakes Waterfront Trail is a signed route of interconnecting roads and off-road trails joining over 150 communities and First Nations along the Canadian shores of the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River.
Greenwood Conservation Area - Hiking, fishing & winter cross-country skiing, plus a dog park, in the woods along Duffins Creek.
Ajax Waterfront Park - The Town of Ajax waterfront is a gem of unspoiled beauty with six kilometres of park land stretching across the Town's southern border along the shores of ...
Rotary Park - Conservation area featuring playground, permitted shelters, washrooms and pavilion. Rotary Park - Lions Point Shelter.
Lynde Shores Conservation Area - Lynde Shores Conservation Area is a protected area located in Whitby, Ontario, Canada. Located on the northern shore of Lake Ontario, the conservation area composes the mouth of Lynde Creek and its surrounding marshlands, including Cranberry Marsh.
Paradise Beach - Paths, tennis courts & a kids' play area
Ajax(2006 population 90,167) is a town located in the Golden Horseshoe of south central Ontario, Canada.
Ajax is a part of the Greater Toronto Area and the Regional Municipality of Durham. It is approximately 25 km east of Toronto on the shores of Lake Ontario and is bordered by the City of Pickering to the West and the Town of Whitby to the East.
Today, Ajax is commonly considered part of the Greater Toronto Area, in the eastern part of the Golden Horseshoe region.
As is true for most suburban areas in the Greater Toronto Area, Ajax has grown considerably since the 1980s. What was once a small town mostly surrounded by agricultural areas has increasingly become a bedroom community to Toronto, Ontario and its environs. Many residents commute to work in Toronto or other municipalities in Durham Region.
The following is a summary of major changes in the past several decades:
Rapid population growth leading to suburban sprawl. As the town becomes increasingly built-out, the Town is attempting to increase intensity of development, particularly in the downtown area near Harwood Avenue north of Bayly. However, development in Ajax still principally consists of single-family detached houses on separate lots, and so the fundamental nature of the town seems fixed for the near future.
Increased traffic congestion, aggravated by the relatively narrow aspect of Highway 401 through Durham Region, compared to other parts of the GTA, as well as limited capacity on major roads such as Taunton Road and Rossland Road. Long term plans including widening regional roads and Highway 401, extending Highway 407, and increasing Durham Region Transit service may alleviate this to some degree.
Increasing multiculturalism, with many young ethnic professionals into the newer northern parts of Ajax, making a much more heterogeneous town than had previously existed. Increased crime, including personal property crimes and home invasions, reflecting changes in crime patterns in the GTA overall.
Ajax is governed by an elected town Council consisting of a Mayor, and local Councillors representing each of the town's four wards. 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 November 2006. The members of the council are:
Mayor: Stevey P. Members of Council:
Scott Crawford - Regional Councillor (Wards 1 and 2)
Colleen Jordan - Regional Councillor (Wards 3 and 4)
Shaun Collier - Councillor, Ward 1
Joe Dickson - 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 has recently introduced legislation increasing the length of municipal council terms in Ontario to four years. The next municipal election will therefore be in November 2010.
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