Honolulu Exopolitics Examiner
from TheExaminer Website
Titled “Canada's UFOs: The Search for the Unknown”
the files include correspondence, reports, memos and procedures,
some of which specifically deal with UFOs. The files come from
Canada’s National Defense Department, the Department of Transport,
the National Research Council, and the Royal Canadian Mounted
continues to release thousands of UFO files through a program of
gradual releases it began in May 2007 through its national archives
with the most recent being on
October 2008. The French Space Agency
had earlier announced on March 22, 2007, that it was making public
its secret UFO files through a
According to Victor Viggiani from Exopolitics Toronto, who has been monitoring the Canadian Government UFO website since its inception,
For example, a September 1967 memo titled "Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs) - Investigations", was released which stated:
Another memo details a UFO sighting at Shag Harbor witnessed by member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and six civilian witnesses on the night of October 4, 1967.
The memo describes how,
The report continued:
Undoubtedly the most significant documents are those associated with a 1950-1952 classified investigation and analysis of UFOs by a Department of Transportation team led by Wilbert Smith, a senior radio engineer.
In his Project Magnet Report, Smith commented extensively on the flight performance of UFOs that were far in advance to anything known at the time:
Not all of the information made available through the Canadian archives is completely new to UFO researchers - many having been released in the 1980s in 16mm microfilm form through libraries in Canada and the U.S. The Library and Archive website, however, now provides a comprehensive online resource for the world public and media to scrutinize the Canadian Government UFO X-Files.
Canada first began to release UFO files through its online archive in October 2007, and these have quickly increased to its present level of 9500 files. Canada therefore joins a select group of countries that have so far publicly released UFO files through government sponsored websites.
As President Obama heads to Canada on February
19, he could take time from his busy schedule to ask Prime Minister
Steven Harper for tips on how the U.S. might release to the public
its own classified UFO X-Files.
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