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American filmmakers document ‘Canada’s dirty secret’

Doc makers Gregg de Domencio and Dan Feighery will begin working on a film about the after-effects of Agent Orange sprayings near the Canadian Forces Base in Gagetown, New Brunswick. Feighery's drive to make the documentary is personal, as his mother's family lived and worked on the base. The film will focus on the health effects of the chemical sprayings at the base going back to the 1950s.
March 11, 2009

Doc makers Gregg de Domencio and Dan Feighery will begin working on a film about the after-effects of Agent Orange sprayings near the Canadian Forces Base in Gagetown, New Brunswick. Feighery’s drive to make the documentary is personal, as his mother’s family lived and worked on the base. The film will focus on the health effects of the chemical sprayings at the base going back to the 1950s.

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