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UFO Spotted Near Sooke Basin

UFO Spotted Near Sooke Basin

Ann Talbot saw a large round glowing object hover and fly across the Sooke Basin last week.

     Sooke resident Ann Talbot was on her balcony around 10:30 p.m. last Friday when she saw something strange – a bright light streak over the treetops near the Sooke Basin, hovering in the sky about 100 metres from her home.
By Octavian Lacatusu
www.oakbaynews.com
6-21-17

“I thought it was someone’s drone, but couldn’t see anyone around,” Talbot said.

As she watched the strange and perfectly round object, she noticed it was engulfed in a bright pinkish/red light and around one to two metres in size.

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Mystery Donor Saves Shag Harbour UFO Festival

Mystery Donor Saves Shag Harbour UFO Festival

     An Unnamed Financial Operator has swooped in to help save the Shag Harbour UFO Festival.

Thanks to a nameless donor, the festival marking the 50th anniversary of Canada’s most famous UFO mystery will go on.

By THE CHRONICLE HERALD
5-21-17

On Oct. 4, 1967, Shag Harbour locals reported seeing four orange lights in the sky. The lights dove to the water level, floated and then sank, residents said.

The event became known as Canada’s Roswell …

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Over a Dozen UFOs Seen in Mississauga, Brampton (2016)

Over a Dozen UFOs Seen in Mississauga, Brampton (2016)

      Look to the skies in Mississauga and Brampton and who knows what you will see – it might even be a UFO.
By Chris Clay
Mississauga News
4-2-17

According to the recently released 2016 Canadian UFO Survey, which is an annual report compiled by the Canadian organization Ufology Research … there was a “v-shaped light moving around slightly in the same area changing colours” while in Mississauga near Pearson International Airport …

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J Allen Hynek and a Canadian UFO Study



J Allen Hynek and a Canadian UFO Study

     A U.S. astronomer yesterday gave a seminar of scientists and graduate students at the University of Toronto’s Institute for Aerospace Studies the benefit of his 20 years of experience in assessing unidentified flying objects.
The Globe and Mail
9-22-1967

The astronomer was Dr J. Allen Hynek, director of the astronomy department at Northwestern University and an advisor to the U.S Air Force and to a University of Colorado study of UFOs. The seminar was being held in connection with the establishment of a Canadian UFO study by the Aerospace Institute.

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UFO Videotaped Over Estey’s Bridge, Canada



UFO Videotaped Over Estey’s Bridge, Canada 12-23-16

     A Canadian witness at Estey’s Bridge reported watching and videotaping a stationary light in the sky emitting a “growling noise” that quickly moved away, according to testimony in Case 81127 from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.

The witness was letting her dogs out into the backyard when the incident began at 5:10 p.m. on December 23, 2016.

“I heard a growling noise in the sky, so I looked up as I was thinking to myself that this is was an unusual sound,” the witness stated.


By Roger Marsh
OpenMinds.tv
1-19-17

The witness first thought that an object was crashing to the ground.

“But as I observed it for a few more minutes, it stayed stationary, then it went side-to-side.”

The witness called out to her husband and asked him to bring a camera outside.

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Mysterious Underwater Object No Nuke, says Navy

Mysterious Underwater Object No Nuke, says Navy
The Royal Canadian Navy deployed a remotely operated vehicle to investigate the object off the North Coast of B.C. It turned out to be a large piece of industrial equipment and not part of a nuclear bomb as originally speculated.

     The Royal Canadian Navy confirmed today that a mysterious object found off the coast of B.C.’s North Coast is not a bomb or a lost nuclear weapon.
Roshini Nair
CBC News
11-25-16

The navy was deployed at the request of RCMP to investigate the area near Haida Gwaii after diver Sean Smyrichinsky found a suspicious object during a diving trip near Banks Island.

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Mysterious Underwater Object No Nuke, says Navy

Mysterious Underwater Object No Nuke, says Navy
The Royal Canadian Navy deployed a remotely operated vehicle to investigate the object off the North Coast of B.C. It turned out to be a large piece of industrial equipment and not part of a nuclear bomb as originally speculated.

     The Royal Canadian Navy confirmed today that a mysterious object found off the coast of B.C.’s North Coast is not a bomb or a lost nuclear weapon.
Roshini Nair
CBC News
11-25-16

The navy was deployed at the request of RCMP to investigate the area near Haida Gwaii after diver Sean Smyrichinsky found a suspicious object during a diving trip near Banks Island.

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Mysterious Underwater Object No Nuke, says Navy

Mysterious Underwater Object No Nuke, says Navy
The Royal Canadian Navy deployed a remotely operated vehicle to investigate the object off the North Coast of B.C. It turned out to be a large piece of industrial equipment and not part of a nuclear bomb as originally speculated.

     The Royal Canadian Navy confirmed today that a mysterious object found off the coast of B.C.’s North Coast is not a bomb or a lost nuclear weapon.
Roshini Nair
CBC News
11-25-16

The navy was deployed at the request of RCMP to investigate the area near Haida Gwaii after diver Sean Smyrichinsky found a suspicious object during a diving trip near Banks Island.

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Mysterious Underwater Object No Nuke, says Navy

Mysterious Underwater Object No Nuke, says Navy
The Royal Canadian Navy deployed a remotely operated vehicle to investigate the object off the North Coast of B.C. It turned out to be a large piece of industrial equipment and not part of a nuclear bomb as originally speculated.

     The Royal Canadian Navy confirmed today that a mysterious object found off the coast of B.C.’s North Coast is not a bomb or a lost nuclear weapon.
Roshini Nair
CBC News
11-25-16

The navy was deployed at the request of RCMP to investigate the area near Haida Gwaii after diver Sean Smyrichinsky found a suspicious object during a diving trip near Banks Island.

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Plane Takes Evasive Maneuvers to Dodge UFO; Investigation Pursues

Plane Takes Evasive Maneuvers to Dodge UFO; Investigation Pursues

2 flight attendants injured after pilots forced to take evasive action over Lake Ontario

     A Porter airlines flight crew had to take evasive action to avoid a flying object, which may have been a drone, as the plane approached Toronto’s downtown airport on Monday morning.

None of the 54 passengers on board were injured during the incident, now being investigated by the Transportation Safety Board (TSB).

CBC News
11-14-16

The TSB said the “risk of mid-air collision” happened before 7:30 a.m. ET and involved flight POE204 travelling from Ottawa to Toronto’s Billy Bishop Airport.

Porter said the event happened over Lake Ontario near Pickering, Ont. — about 55 kilometres east of Toronto — as the de Havilland Dash 8-400 plane was flying at a height of about 9,000 feet. The statement said pilots noticed an object in the distance, which they originally thought was a balloon.

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