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Canadians know little about one of the country's best-kept secrets -- Canada's role in the Allied victory -- and the exploration and celebration of the story is long overdue.
"X Company," an eight-part drama series set during the Second World War, looks at the origins of spycraft and follows five ordinary people trained in extraordinary things at Camp X, an ultra-secret training facility on the shores of Lake Ontario (between Whitby and Oshawa, Ontario). In fact, it was the first spy training facility in North America and where Canadian, American and British agents learned their skills before going behind enemy lines.