Unknown Object Sighting Report – December 15 1978

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PP RCWWC RCC PIRA
DE RCWBOEA 0022 3492136
ZNR UUUUU

P R 1518 00Z DEC 78

FM CFB MOOSE JAW

TO RCCW C/N DHQ OTTAWA

INFO RCC FIRA/NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL OTTAWA

BT
UNCLAS ATC 37
FOR RADIO AND ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DIVISION
UFO REPORT:

A. 15 DEC 78 1315Z

B. CLEAR BUT DARK
C. PTE LAPOINTE CFB MOOSE JAW TOWER 6935442
D. IN THE CONTROL TOWER; CFB. MOOSE JAW, SASKATCHEWAN
E. PTE MCWILLIAMS, PTE BOWNESS; CAPT MCKINSTRY
F. CIRCULAR WHITISH WITH ORANGE AND LIGHT RED. SLIGHTLY ABOVE
NORTHER HORIZON. TRAVELLING WEST TO EAST. ABOUT FOUR TIMES
THE SIZE OF STREET LIGHTS
G• CONTINUOUS FROM 1315Z (DARK TIL 1450z (EARLY SUNRISE)
K.FOUR OBJECTS IN LINE. EACH LIGHT WAS SINGULAR WITH NO TRAIL
WEATHER
1300Z. CLEAR 15 MILES VISIBILITY

PAGE 2 RCW BQEA 0022 UNCLAS
1400Z 400 SCATTERED 15 MILES VISIBILI
INVERSION LAYER: NORMAL SURFACE TO 4000 AGL
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Unknown Object Sighting Report – November 7 1967

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PRIORITY OPI (Office of Primary Importance)

PC B01 5VVV PWA002 JZA075 UU

DE ?CWPJZ 49 25/2229Z

P R 232220Z NOV 67

FM CANFOR BASE MOOSE JAW

?? RCCWC/CANFORCEHED
INFO RCWPC/CANTRAINCOM

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UNCLAS M898

FOR CFOC (Canadian Forces Order of Canada) UFO REPORT REF CFAO 71 .6 (Canadian Forces Administration Order)

A 0705 7 NOV 67

B CLEAR AND DARK, JUST PRIOR DAY BREAK

C 27764 . SGT AH WATERS

D WALKING SE FROM EAST TO BLDG

E N/A

F APPEARED AS VERY BRIGHT LIGHT IN SOUTH EAST DIRECTION AT AN ALTITUDE OF TO 4,000 FEET. THE LIGHT WAS STATIONARY WHEN FIRST OBSERVED AND REMAINED SO FOR A PERIOD OF APPROX 12-15 SECONDS, DURING THE STATIONARY PERIOD THERE WAS A NOTICEABLE INCREASE AND DECREASE OF LIGHT INTENSITY AND WHAT APPEARED TO THE OBSERVER* AS SMALL MOONS ARCING THE OUTER PERIMETER OF LIGHT • THERE WAS A SLOW UPWARD MOTION OF THE LIGHT FOR APPROX 3-4 SECONDS AT WHICH TIME IT APPEARED TO THE OBSERVER TO BE ELONGATED IN SHAPE. THERE WAS A RAPID INCREASE IN SPEED AFTER THE INITIAL MOTION WAS OBSERVED IN AN UPWARD AND SLIGHTLY SW DIRECTION. APPROX 20-25 SECONDS

H NIL

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Unknown Object Sighting – Military Source – March 15 1950

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414 P Sqn (No. 414 Photographic Squadron)

Sighting Unknown Object

  1. On the night of March 15 at approximately 2145 hrs, just prior to entering officers mess at Rockcliffe, I noticed an orange-colored light approaching from the west, over the city of Ottawa. At first sight, assumed that the object was a meteor, but on further sight, it was noticed that the glow did not disappear or diminish. On the contrary, it traveled in a straight line at a seemingly constant altitude until it was south of the station; at which time it turned through south-east to south and appeared to climb
  2. Tho object was very high and its progress rapid. It was accompanied by no sound and nothing but the orange light was discernable. The object was about twice the size of any of the stars in view and stood out quite prominently.
  3. Its flight path was constant but it seemed to alternately accelerate and decelerate. As it commenced its turn, it showed the same jerky tendency throughout the swing. I presumed The object climbed because the light dwindled in size and its angle of elevation increased considerably. It definitely showed characteristics of controlled flight.
  4. At the time I was in the company of F/O REDACTED

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Geo Magnetics Memo – By Wilbert B Smith – November 21 1950

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DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT INTRA-DEPARTMENTAL CORRESPONDENCE OTTAWA, Ontario, November 21, 1950.

ATTACHMENT TO THE CONTROLLER OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS:

For the past several hours we have been engaged in the study of various aspects of radio wave propagation. The vagaries of this phenomenon have led us into the fields of aurone, cosmic radiation, atmospheric radio activity and geo-magnetism. In the case of geo-magnetics our investigations have contributed little to our knowledge of radio wave propagation as yet, but nevertheless have indicated several avenues of investigation which may well be explored with profit. For example, we are on the track of a means whereby the potential energy of the earth’s magnetic field may be abstracted and used.

On the basis of theoretical considerations, a small and very crude experimental unit was constructed approximately a year ago and tested in our Standards Laboratory. The tests were essentially successful in that sufficient energy was abstracted from the earth’s field to operate a volt tester, approximately 50 milliwatts. Although this unit was far from being self-sustaining, it nevertheless demonstrated the conditions of the basic principles in a qualitative manner and provided useful data for the design of a better unit.

The design has now been completed for a unit which should be self-sustaining and in addition provide a small surplus of power. Such a unit, in addition to functioning as a “pilot power plant” should be large enough to permit the study of the various reaction forces which are expected to develop.

We believe that we are on the track of something which may well prove to be the introduction to a new technology. The existence of a different technology is borne out by the investigations which are being carried on at the present time in relation to flying saucers

While in Washington attending the NARB (North American Radio Broadcast) Conference, two books were released, one titled “Behind the Flying Saucer” by Frank Scully, and the other “One Flying Saucers are Real” by Donald Keyhoe. Both books dealt mostly with the sightings of unidentified objects and both books claim that flying objects were of extra-terrestrial origin and might well be space ships from another planet.

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Scully claimed that the preliminary studies of one saucer which fell into the hands of the United States Government indicated that they operated on some hitherto unknown magnetic principles. It appeared to me that our own work in geo-magnetics might well be the linkage between our technology and the technology by which the saucers are designed and operated. If it is assumed that our geo-magnetic investigations are in the right direction, the theory of operation of the saucers becomes quite straightforward, with all observed features explained qualitatively and quantitatively.

I made discreet inquiries through the Canadian Embassy staff in Washington who were able to obtain for me the following information:

  1. The Matter is the most highly classified subject in the United States Government, rating high even than the H-bomb.
  2. Flying saucers exist.
  3. Their modus operandi is unknown but concentrated effort is being made by a small group headed by Doctor Vannevar Bush.
  4. The entire matter is considered by the United States authorities to be of tremendous significance.

I was further informed that the United States authorities are investigating along quite a number of lines which might possibly be related to the saucers such as mental phenomenon and I gather that they are not doing too well since they indicated that if Canada is doing anything at all in geo-magnetic they would welcome a discussion with suitably accredited Canadians.

While I am not yet in a position to say that we have solved even the first problems in geo- magnetic energy release, I feel that the correlation between our basic theory and the available information on saucers checks too closely to be a mere coincidence. It is my honest opinion that we are on the right track and are fairly close to at least some of the answers.

Mr. Wright, Defence Research Board liaison officer at the Canadian Embassy in Washington, was extremely anxious for me to get in touch with Doctor Solandt, Chairman of the Defence Research Board, to discuss with him future investigations along the line of geo-magnetic energy release.

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I do not feel that we have as yet sufficient data to place before Defence Research Board which would enable a program to be initiated within that organization, but I do feel that further research is necessary and I would prefer to see it done within the framework of our own organization with, of course, full co-operation and exchange of information with other interested bodies.

I discuss this matter fully with Doctor Solandt, Chairman of Defence Research Board, on November 20th and placed before him as much information as I have been able to gather to date. Doctor Solandt agreed that work on geo-magnetic energy should go forward as rapidly as possible and offered full co-operation of his Board in providing laboratory facilities acquisition of necessary items of equipment, and specialized personnel for incidental work in the project. I indicated to Doctor Solandt that we would prefer to keep the project within the Department of Transport for the time being until we have obtained sufficient information to permit a complete assessment of the value of the work.

It is therefore recommended that a PROJECT be set up within the framework of this Section to study this problem and that the work be carried on a part-time basis until such time as sufficient tangible results can be given to warrant more definitive action. Cost of the progress in its initial stages are expected to be less than a few hundred dollars and can be carried by our Radio Standards Lab appropriation.

Attached hereto is a draft of terms of reference for such a project which, if authorized, will enable us to process with this research work within our own organization.

(W.B. Smith)
Senior Radio Engineer

2/12/50

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RCAF Interrogation Report on Flying Saucers – June 21 to 23 1952

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Purpose of Interrogation:

The RCAF was informed by Mr. REDACTED an ex-RCAF officer, that a German immigrant, residing at Cornwall, Ontario, had knowledge of German Flying Saucers design and production. An interview was arranged
and the report that follows has been divided into three parts covering three periods of interrogation.

FIRST PART
Interrogation by: /L G.A. White,P/L H. Brooks,Mr. S. Shranshonko
Observers: G/c M.W. Timerman,F/0 H.P. Korntoff

Date of Interrogation: 21 June 1952.

Place of Interrogations: AFHQ Ottawa.Source: (Ex-member of German Wehrmacht)

Subject: – Alleged designer of Flying Saucers Welt Schiffe) (World Ships).
Background of Source:

(a) Plage of Birth : Neunkuchen on Brand (Bavaria)
(b) Date of Birth: 7 Nov 1927
(c) Education: REDACTED commenced his formal education at the age of six and continued for eight years to the age of 14 when be entered a civilian flying school. While attending the civilian flying school for period of two years he studied draftsmanship, airframes, aero engines and theory of fight, etc. During this period he qualified on gliders obtaining 400 to 500 hours, Source also qualifled as a pilot, flying approx 500 to 600 hours on Aredos 32′. and REDACTED, stated that the 5 to 600 hours on conventional aircraft were flowing in period of nine months.

Approx one year after entering the civilian flying school (Fliegerhorst Kommandantur A(e) 29/VH) source
stated that he was interviewed by captain named Muller who expressed interest in him. REDACTED was apparently a brilliant student. During the interview source noticed book on unconventional weapons on the Captain’s desk, and exprossed a wish to peruse the document. He stated that Captain Muller was in charge of special projects at the school as well as boing an intelligence officer. It developed that source was selected as one of twelve persons (ages 28 to 40) who began a study on aircraft design. During his training period, the selected twelve were taught a secret code in order that they might communicate with one another on aircraft design. Before leaving the school REDACTED stated that the flying saucer was designed.

Pre-Military Employment

Source had attained the age of sixteen by now and desired to serve on a war front. As he volunteered for the Arbeitdionst(labour service) Capt Muller was unable to retain him at the school to continue his research,

When source was with Arbeitdionst in Italy he was employed as acourier. During this time he communicated regularly by secret code with Capt Muller and gave his opinion and guidance to Capt Mailer in the further
design of the flying saucer.

Source remained with Arbetdienst for six months when he volunteered for combat flying duties.

Military Service

At 16 1/2 years of age in 1944 source volunteered for Military service. He was accepted in the Wehrmacht and assigned to 275 Squadron based at Florence Italy, He was definite that he did not serve in the German Air Force. REDACTED further stated that 275 Squadron was equipped with ME 109 FW and that this squadron was employed in normal combat duties. He stated that the Sqdn aircrew were personnel who had been trained at the civilian flying schools and that the Sqdn was re-deployed every fourteen days to a new location. The uniform worn by 275 Sqdn personnel was of a special design similar to those worn at German civilian flying schools. In Feb 1945 source was shot down over Milan after having destroyed three Thunderbolts and one Mustang. Source was slightly wounded and taken prisoner by the Americans. After a few days he escaped and returned to Herzogenaurach ( appr ax 10 miles N of Murenbourg), the same unit at which source received his flying training as referred in para 7 (c).

REDACTED reported to Capt Muller who was still in charge of special projects at the school and he remained there until the American captured Herzogonaurach in July 1945. During this time source stated that he continued to assist Capt Muller in the design of unconventional weapons.

Upon returning to the school source stated that he inquired of Capt Muller the progress made in the development of the flying saucer. Capt Muller informed him that the flying saucers were being assembled and tested at Stettin and at a loation SB of Munich. It was the latter location that sourcestated that he visited accompanied by Capt Muller.

Source was modeling to disclose tho exact location or this assembly plant. He stated that it was an underground factory located under a mountain. This assembly plant employed approx 150 persons who were completely accommodated witthin the underground factory. Source stated that during his 44-hour visit he saw four flying saucers being assembled.

When the Americans overran the Herzogenaurach area Capt Muller and source were forewarned and attempted to escape with plans of the fying saucer by aircraft. Source stated that a soldier hit Capt Muller when he was leaving & building for the aircraft and attempted to gain possession of the documents.
then shot to private and the wounded Capt told source that he was dying and to destroy the documents. Source then destroyed the documents and was subsequently captured by the Americans.

Because of his age and association with a civilian flying school source stated that he was released immediately by the Americans.

Post War Employment

Source worked with his father and periodically with US Occupation Forces as a plumber at Neunkirchen am Brand until Oct 1951. In Nov 1951 source arrived in Canada and has since been employed as a plumber at
Cornwall, Ont.

Source was married in 1950 and has one child. His family is still in Bavaria.

During the interrogation source produced a flying saucer of his own. He stated at some length that his was much superior to that of the original German design. The plan shown was actually conventional jet with a circular wing.

SECOND PART

Interrogation by: P/D H. Brooks, G/C NW Timmerman, S/L GA White

Observer: Mr. REDACTED

Date of Interrogation: 23 June 52

Place of Interrogation: AFHQ Ottava

General – On 23 June 52, Mr. REDACTED contacted DAI (Director of Air Intelligence) and stated that Mr. REDACTED did not divulge all he knows of the flying saucer and that he had a number of drawings that pertained to the construction of the German flying saucer.

The plans are shown and the explanation of the operation of the design indicated that a more authoritative opinion of its value was necessary. Arrangements were made for the source to be interrogated by NRC (National Research Council) officers.

During the period REDACTED produced photograph of mountain in which the underground factory was concealed. Source offered to guide RCAF representatives to the factory so that copy of parts of flying saucer may be obtained for research purposes. As previously stated source was unwilling to divulge the exact location of the factory. REDACTED was questioned as to why he did not offer this information to the Americans. Source felt that he was not fairly treated by the Americans during the occupation and preferred to hold
the information for Canada.

THIRD PART

Interrogation by:  Mr FR Thurston – Chief Structures laboratory Mr T Stephens, Chief Aero Dynamics Laboratory, Mr. AH Hall, Asst Chief Structures laboratory, Mr RA Tylor – Research Officer Gas Dynamics

Observer: S/L GA White

Date of Interrogation: 23 June 52

Place of Interrogation: NRC, Montreal Road, Ottawa

General

The NRC officers wore requested to review the diagram presented by source and to determine by interrogation whether there was the basis for believing that source did actually design, assist in designing or whether
he had any technical knowledge of the alleged German flying saucer plans presented. Source was thoroughly questioned on all aspects of the design and technical detail of its performance. He stated that in addition to designing the flying saucer he also assisted in the design of the jet engine used in the flying saucer. Source was, however, unable to answer with any accuracy, questions pertaining to types of metals used, fuel used, how various parts of the aircraft operated and/or their size, etc. He was unable to answer many of the questions at all.

The NRC Officers Concluded

(a) that source was a thorough liar,
(b) that he was trying to bluff his way through the interrogation,
(c) that he is technically unqualified to have 2 have much knowledge of aircraft structure or dynamics
(d) that on the information seen and heard it was impossible to determine whether the aircraft would or would-not fly
(e) that there was nothing new, technically or in design, in the plans produced or information heard from source,
(r) that it was very doubtful whether source ever actually saw German flying saucer.

CONCLUSION

It is self-evident that REDACTED has tried to impress the RCAF with his alleged background and knowledge of flying saucers and aircraft design. There are no foundation on for believing that REDACTED ever had anything more to do with official German aircraft designing than possibly submitting one of his own designs. It is very
doubtful whether source oversaw a flying saucer, although it is possible that he visited one of the German underground factories. It is felt that source was endeavoring to (a) interest the RCAF in his own
aircraft design and thereby obtain employment or (b) obtain a free passage back to Bavaria.

RECOMMENDATION

It is recommended that DAI advise source that although his information was of some interest, the RCAF does not intend to pursue the matter any further.

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Defence Research Board – First Commitee Meeting Minutes on Flying Saucer Sightings – April 24, 1952

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Secretary Mr. H. C. Oatway D.R.B.

For the benefit of those who were not present at the general meeting held on April 22nd, the
Chairman opened the meeting with a brief resume of discussions leading to the formation of this Committee
and the terms of reference. He then tabled three books by Kehoe, Scully, and Heard dealing with Flying Saucers sightings as worthy study as they give a fairly useful summary of the most important publically recorded sightings. These can be used in addition to newspaper reports.

S/L Bing tabled a report by the RCAF relative to the USAF project on Flying Saucers.

This report is to be duplicated by the RCAF and copies passed to the Secretary for distribution to the Committee members.

The question of the security classification of the work of the committee was then discussed, It was agreed that CONFIDENTIAL was sufficient, but that members should be cleared to SECRET to facilitate any exchange of information from international sources.

The Chairman stated that it would probably be better to divorce this work from the questionable title of “Flying Saucers”, and thought that entirely without meaning some names such as “Project Theta” should be adopted.

The Committee agreed in principle to this suggestion. with the exception that the project name is not to be used during the exchange of information of an international character. Such “exchanges” are to be effected through established channels only. There being no further suggestions acceptable, the name “Project
Theta” was adopted, subject to investigation by the Secretary as to the validity of the use and possible duplication of the name.

The possibility of obtaining U.S. data on a reciprocal basis was considered desirable and the Secretary was instructed to have this effect made formal approach through the DRB Member in Washington.

Consideration was given to the Interrogation form presently in use by the RCAF.

After discussion, it was agreed that the form should immediately be revised with accompanying instructions for its use.

The revised form (copy attached) was drawn up and copies are to be distributed next meeting, by the Secretary prior to the next meeting. The preparation of the instructions was divided among the members as follows:

D.O.T………Balloons, Reflections, Halos, and mirages
R.C.A.F…….Aircraft, Rockets and missiles
Dom.Obsery…Meteors, Planets, Aurora

All Members to contribute to items 12, 13 and 18.1

The Committee agreed to meet again on May 6th to finalize the interrogation form and pertinent
instructions.

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Defence Research Board – Meeting Minutes on Flying Saucer Sightings – April 22, 1952

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Secretary: Mr. H. C. Oatway (DRB)

The Chairman opened the meeting with a brief reference to the more frequent occurrence of “Flying Saucer” sightings. The frequency and persistency of the sightings would tend to discount the theory of ‘hallucinations’. This, coupled with an aroused public interest in these sightings, tended to call for a more active stand on the matter.

At present, the gathering of reports was rather haphazard and the reaction of the Services was passive. It 1s thought that a more active and intensive effort should be made to obtain these data on an organized basis, and all reports investigated and analyzed. The objects of the meeting were then to determine if a more serious effort is justified and, if so, ways and means of implementing an organized effort.

Organizations such as the Observer Corps might be enlisted for the job of the sighting. If nothing else, this could serve as useful training for the Corps. An examination of the theories might prove useful in giving a lead to the best locations for sighting.

It was fortunate that proponents of the theories of terrestrial and extraterrestrial origins were in contact with the D.R.B. and their data could be examined first hand.

The Air Force representatives then briefly outlined the work done by the USAF up to a year or so ago. As these efforts consistently resulted in ‘nil returns’ their project, in so far as the press and public were concerned at least, had very recently, however, this investigation was re-opened but is now classified.

In the discussions whích followed, it was pointed out that precise and realistic detaíls were lacking in all known reports. If observers such as the Rangers, watchers on shipboard, and the Observer Corps, which incidéntally is really still in the paper organization stage, are to be enlisted some well-planned guidance would be necessary.

A small booklet illustrating typical celestial phenomena would result in more intelligent observation and eliminate many erroneous impressions. It was considered desirable to obtain information from U.S.
interviews obtained under proper interrogation, procedure, but to avoid the U.S. analysis of these interviews which was often unacceptable to some members, of this Committee.

Mr. Smith briefly outlined the extra-terrestrial origin theory.’ A plot of the frequency and timing of sighting related to the opposition of the planet Mars to the earth was displayed. Sightings occur at approximately six-week intervals, but the frequency is much higher during periods when the planets are nearing each other such as in the present month. The more reliable observations place these objects at heights of 100 to 300 miles moving with velocities in the order of 1000 – 2000 mph. Terrestrial bodies making ‘use of airfoils could not operate at these heights. Size and power limitations also negate earthy origins. The briliançe of sighting after sunset could be explained by reflections from the body at these altitudes of the sun’s illumination, or in daylight by frictional heating or other magnetic heating effects.

Considering the orbital velocities of the earth and Mars (18 and 15 miles per second respectively) and their nearest positions (e.g. 52,000,000 miles on May 8th) with continuous acceleration of 2 g for 3 or 4 days, these distánces could be traversed.

Mr. Langley stated that no electronic reports had been received of flying saucers. It was generally agreed that no electromagnetic radiations had ever been found which could not be traced to terrèstrial origin. If electronics are associated with these objects, their frequencies are outside the presently usable ranges. M. Smith then elaborated on the work of the ionosphere stations that had been asked to report any unusual findings, but with ‘nil returns’ to date. The Chairman outlined in broad terms the theory of terrestrial origin, namely a new type_ of aircraft (presumably Russian) as expounded by Mr. Frost of the A.V. Roe Company. This theory had some discrepancies, but the aerodynamics were worth following as, even if of extra-terrestrial origin, the bodies would have to follow aerodynamic theory within the earth’s atmosphere. Also, a new high-speed aircraft design might be evolved. The theories outlined should give an impetus to the flying saucer investigations.

It was generally agreed that a more active investigation should be undertaken. The Chairman believed
that the function of the D.R.B. should be mainly advisory as the collecting of reports could best be done by field organizations.

The representatives of. the Services agreed and will use their discretion in the choice of their more
suitable sections to use for observers.

It was decided that a Committee should be formed to give a lead in this ‘activity and to standardize procedures, etc. Accordingly, the following were nominated and agreed to act:

Dr. Millman (Chairman) G/C Edwards, Lt. Col. Vebb, Cdr Pratt, F/L Bradley, and Mr. Oatway (Secretary) this committee was to prépare a brief of instructions for observers; examine interrogation procedures
to get a consolidated end pertinent series of questions and to establish a standard method of recording and
indexing for subsequent analysis.

Finally, G/C Edwards suggested that the RCMP might prove to be a valuable addition as observers. This organization has the added advantage of having trained interrogators.

The Chairman thanked those present for attending and for their willingness to aid in these investigations.

26 April 1952.
OTTAWA.

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CADORS 2019Q0135 – Sensory Display – Aerial Activity

Near Montreal, Quebec, Canada – Jan 16, 2019

“A Provincial Airlines de Havilland DHC-8-102 (C-FDND/PVL1910) from Quebec/Jean Lesage, QC (CYQB) to Sept-Iles, QC (CYZV), which was level at FL230 heading north-east towards CYZV, reported a light that was red, green, then white, which rose and fell rapidly. PVL1910 could not evaluate the distance between itself and this light”

I had completed an Access to Information Request to the appropriate department. After a thorough investigation, I received a letter indicating that the Department of National Defence had found additional information and sent me that information securely.

That information was in the form of a document as seen below:

An investigative report on this document can be found in our 2020 Canadian Current Event Survey. Click this link to locate the survey.

CADORS – A-2018-02013 – Sensory Display – Aerial Activity

Near Thompson, Manitoba, Canada – Jan 1, 2019

” A Vanguard Air Care Inc. Beech 200 (C-FFAP/VN02) from South Indian Lake, MB (CZSN) to Thompson, MB (CYTH) reported that an inexplicable bright light followed them from CZSN to CYTH at the same altitude and speed. No aircraft were reported in their vicinity ”

I had completed an Access to Information Request to the appropriate department. After a thorough investigation, I received a letter indicating that the Department of National Defence had found additional information and sent me that information securely.

That information was in the form of a document as seen below:

An investigative report on this document can be found in our 2020 Canadian Current Event Survey. Click this link to locate the survey.

CADORS-A-2020-01017 – Sensory Display – Aerial Activity

Pickle Lake, Ontario, Canada – July 25, 2020

” A Pilatus PC-12 at flight level 240 and in the vicinity of Pickle Lake, ON (CYPL) reported an unidentified object passing through their altitude. The object was white and grey in colour, and approximately 3 feet wide. ”

I had completed an Access to Information Request to the appropriate department. After a thorough investigation, I received a letter indicating that the Department of National Defence had found additional information and sent me that information securely.

That information was in the form of a document as seen below:

An investigative report on this document can be found in our 2020 Canadian Current Event Survey. Click this link to locate the survey.