Below is a
partial list of alleged sightings of unidentified flying objects or
UFOs in Canada.
1967, Falcon Lake, Manitoba incident
Stefan Michalak was burned by one of two
flying saucers with which he reportedly came into contact on May
19, 1967 in Falcon Lake,
1967, Shag Harbour, Nova Scotia incident
incident was the purported crash of an Unidentified Flying Object
in Shag Harbour,
Nova Scotia in October 1967.
1969, Prince George, B.C. UFO
George, British Columbia, three unrelated witnesses reported a strange,
round object in the late afternoon sky on January 1, 1969.
The sphere radiated a yellow-orange light and appeared to ascend
from 2,000 to 10,000 feet.
1975-1976, Southern Manitoba
sightings were reported of a red glowing UFO, sometimes described
as "mischievous" or "playful", sighted in Southern Manitoba in 1975 and
1990, Montreal aerial phenomenon
November 9th, 1990, in Montreal, Quebec, witnesses reported a round, metallic object of
about 540 metres wide over the rooftop pool of the Bonaventure
Eyewitnesses saw eight to 10 lights forming
into a circle above them, giving off bright white rays. The
phenomenon lasted three hours, from 7 to 10 p.m., and moved slowly
northwards. While no one could identify the lights, few, according
to the next day’s report in La
, were ready to express their belief that they were
visited by aliens
A few witnesses say what they saw in a televised interview on
2006, Ajax, Ontario
A UFO was
photographed in Ajax,
2007, Chilliwack, British Columbia
Francis and Kelly McDonald witnessed a UFO over UCFV campus in Chilliwack, British Columbia.
Francis said, "I really think it was a UFO.
I don’t really care if anybody else believes me ... it was the
craziest thing I ever saw. Whatever it was, they were moving from
place to place as a unit [and then] just faded away." McDonald
said, "I know that I saw something that wasn’t from here. I’ve
never seen anything move that way. It wasn’t birds. [As the UFO
approached] it broke apart into 20 or more of these little spheres
... birds don’t dive-bomb in at each other."
Canadian UFO survey results
to the 2002 Canadian UFO Survey published by
Ufology Research of
Manitoba, Toronto had the
largest number of sightings with 34, followed by Vancouver with 31 and Terrace, B.C. with 25 reports.
In 2002, a typical UFO
sighting lasted approximately 15 minutes.
The Canadian Federal Government currently (2007) directs all UFO
sightings to Chris Rutkowski
of Ufology Research of
- Canada's Unidentified Flying Objects: The Search for the
Unknown at Library and Archives Canada
- The Latest UFO
- MUFON - Last 20 Sightings Reports
- Alberta UFO
Study Group (AUFOSG)
- Association Québécoise d'Ufologie (AQU)
- Canadian Crop
Circle Research Network
- Canadian UFO Report - The Canadian UFO Survey
- Canada's Unidentified Flying Objects: The Search for
the Unknown, a virtual museum exhibition at Library and
- Canadian X-Files - Comprehensive UFO Research Site,
Joe Daniels - Extensive amount of government documents at this
Research - HBCCUFO - British Columbia
- ORBWATCH, Info. (including photos & videos) of UFO
skywatches along Hamilton & the western-end of Lake Ontario.
- MUFON - Last 20 UFO Sightings and Pictures
- Paranormal Phenomena Research & Investigation -
Lower Sackville, Nova
- Pararesearchers Ontario Pararesearchers
Ontario- UFO Sightings
Provincial Paranormal Research Centre Inc. - Paynton, Saskatchewan
- UFO B.C.
B.C., Delta, British
- UFO Ontario - THE MUTUAL UFO NETWORK OF
Research of Manitoba (UFOROM)
- UFO Phenomena North - Northwest Territories
- UFO Roundup Articles Canada
- UFO Yukon - UFO Yukon Research Society
Virtually Strange Network
- Wilbert Smith (www.presidentialufo.com) - Wilbert
Smith, Canada's UFO Pioneer
- A growing collection of UFO photos shot in Greater
Vancouver, Canada. Pictures of Black Triangles, a silver disc UFO, photos of
metallic and black UFOs, V-shaped craft (Boomerang UFOs), a
glass-domed UFO, a series of images of shape-shifting UFOs,
- Quebec UFO Research - Finding the truth about the UFO