Canadian government officials are asking their U.S. counterparts about UFOs and nuclear security.
VICE World News obtained nearly 300 pages of documents through freedom of information requests that include strange sightings from pilots, soldiers, and police officers.
Unlike in the U.S., UFO reports in Canada pretty much get “shit-canned,” declassified files obtained by Motherboard show.
In 2011, a Canadian police officer reported seeing “an unidentified bright yellow and orange light” over Selkirk, Manitoba, and said they captured it on video. VICE World News has obtained dashcam footage.
According to UFO procedures obtained by VICE World News, Canada’s military refers reports of UFO sightings to a private company... and a civilian UFO researcher in Manitoba.
A July 30 report describes a “bright green flying object” that “flew into a cloud, then disappeared.”
Nav Canada is sitting on 25 years of UFO evidence from pilots and the military.
Through access to information requests, public records, and exclusive interviews, VICE World News has uncovered nearly 70 years of UFO cases involving the Canadian military.
VICE World News has uncovered dozens of recent UFO reports from Air Canada, WestJet, Porter, and other airlines in a government aviation incident database.
An unclassified intelligence report links the Royal Canadian Air Force, NORAD, Transport Canada, and air traffic controllers—and is official confirmation of a Canadian UFO alert system.
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