|City|| Markham, Ontario|
|League||Ontario Junior Hockey League|
|Home arena||Markham Centennial Centre|
|Colors||Blue and White|
|General manager||Joseph Cornacchia|
|Head coach||Joseph Cornacchia|
Originally known as the Markham Jets, the Waxers gained their current name in 1961, named after "International Wax Incorporated." The team won the 1941 Ontario Junior "C" Championship and won the Ontario Junior "B" Sutherland Cup Championship in 1969 and 1972. At one point, the Waxers were the farm team of the National Hockey League's Toronto Maple Leafs and boasts over 100 NHL and World Hockey Association graduates. The Waxers were formerly a part of the Metro Junior A Hockey League before joining the Ontario Provincial Junior A Hockey League.
During the 2002 Season the Waxers celebrated 100 years of association with the OHA. They had special 3rd jerseys made up and All players were numbered from 100-198, by adding a 1 to the front of the player's regular number. One of these jerseys was donated to the Hockey Hall of Fame, as they believe only one other team in history has ever used such numbering for its players. They finished that season by winning the South Division championship the franchise's first Championship in many many years.