Canadian Armed Forces
Unlike in the U.S., UFO reports in Canada pretty much get “shit-canned,” declassified files obtained by Motherboard show.
Naval officers were so mad about the video that they threatened sailors who shared it on social media and created a team to find the songwriter.
The Canadian Armed Forces’ attempt to combat misinformation only ended up giving conspiracy theorists another way to spread it.
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.
Major General Dany Fortin was let go from his role in May and has since been charged with one count of sexual assault.
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.
The sailor, who says he is now repented, once encouraged neo-Nazis to join the military to 'teach you the methods you need to destroy them.'
The tactical psyop training, which included loudspeakers in the woods and a forged letter warning of invading wolves, somehow leaked to the public.
Some critics say the Canadian Armed Forces have been too lenient on members holding far-right views.
A sailor connected to Iron March who once posted that neo-Nazis should join the Armed Forces to get training for a “race war” has been reinstated by the Canadian Navy. The sailor says he has since seen the error of his ways.