From Victoria Ahearn of the Canadian Press:
CBC’s ‘X Company’ based on real Second World War spy camp in Ontario
It’s 1942 and a group of Allied agents are training at a top-secret facility — not in Europe, but on the shores of Lake Ontario. The premise behind the new CBC series “X Company” stems from a part of Canada’s Second World War history that many don’t know about, say the stars. Continue reading.
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