Government of Canada Provides Open Access to UFO X-Files
The Toronto Canada based independent news agency ZlandCommunications, has learned that the Canadian government under the leadership of the Rt. Hon. Prime Minister Stephen Harper has provided open access to approximately 9,500 UFO files. These files can be found at:
Canada's UFOs: The Search for the Unknown.
The Canadian web site states, “These documents were accumulated between 1947 and the early 1980s and represent all records filed with the federal government on UFOs. There are approximately 9,500 digitized documents in a variety of formats, including correspondence, reports, memos and procedures. Some are specifically concerned with particular UFO sightings, while others are more generic in nature….”
These files reside at the Library and Archives Canada web site. Reports are housed within four separate categories:
1. The National Defense Department,
2. The Department of Transport,
3. The NRC (National Research Council) and,
4. The RCMP (Royal Canadian Mounted Police)
Canada’s UFO X-files indicate Canadian government officials have been involved in attempts to make sense of the UFO matter as far back as 1947 and possibly earlier.
A spokesperson from Exopolitics Toronto indicates, “We have known that Canada has a rich history of involvement in the UFO question. This release confirms it.” The spokesperson went on to say, “Exopolitics Toronto already has in its possession documents obtained in 2004 under the Access to Information Act from the Department of National Defense indicating RCMP officers have officially reported UFO sightings, in addition to civilian UFO reports and Air Traffic Control flight log details. These records show that Canadian NORAD F-16 jets have been scrambled to chase non-correlated targets without transponders in Canadian airspace. These Canadian files, now in open view for the public, the media and scientific community, are yet another sign that Disclosure of the UFO question is at hand. These release occurrences do not happen randomly or for no reason.
Our thanks to Exopolitics Toronto!
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Victor Viggiani B.A. M.Ed.
News Director ZlandCommunications