Artist Tony Johnson.
On December 6, 1941, Camp X - Special Training School 103 officially opened on the shores of Lake Ontario. Under the auspices of British Prime Minister Winston Churchill's Special Operations Executive and his Canadian Chief of Security, Sir William Stephenson, five hundred secret agent graduates were schooled in a gruelling ten to twelve week curriculum that included hand-to-hand combat, interrogation techniques, psychological warfare, explosives training, as well as espionage, sabotage, and survival skills behind enemy lines.
Hydra, the immensely powerful short wave radio installation at Camp X, numbered among its key operators, William "Bill" Hardcastle. Ian Fleming, author and creator of "James Bond", was also trained here. I'm linking to Monday Mural.