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You put money, time and tears into planning the perfect wedding. And all eyes are on you for that one special day. But after the wedding, the spotlight is gone and you are left dealing with the humdrum of everyday married life. That's when the true test of your relationship begins. Does your marriage have what it takes to survive the long haul? Here to tell us what makes a good marriage and how to avoid unrealistic expectations are John Beaton and Sharon Mayne- Devine. They are marriage therapists and professors at the University of Guelph. Ontario is famous for many remarkable things like Niagara Falls and the CN Tower but how about a top secret training ground for spies?!! Camp X was set up in Whitby in World War Two with a very special purpose. It trained secret agents in the art of silent killing, sabotage, and weaponry. Ian Fleming, author of the famed James Bond series, was one of the high profile attendees. Lynn Philip Hodgson has spent the last 27 years researching Camp X and has published his findings in a book called "Inside Camp X."
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