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UFOs and the National Security State - Chronology of a Cover-up 1941-1973


Canadian Police UFO Witnesses

2004 Autumn - Officer Sights Large Glowing Gold Ball With No Tail
CA5
East Toronto, Ontario. 2pm.
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A Police officer of Toronto, Ontario, of 29 years experience, was assigned traffic enforcement detail in the afternoon, and was using a Laser speed measuring device when he was seated facing north looking at the heavily overcast skies when something caught his eye. He looked directly overhead and saw a large golden orb. It glowed but had no discernible tail. It was within the clouds but the bottom of the orb was slightly lower and visible. The clouds were low and the object appeared to be huge. It moved northbound at a high rate of speed causing a wake in the clouds. In 4 - 6 seconds it was gone.

After several minutes he texted his radio dispatcher by way of the computer and asked if there were any calls for a meteor or lights in the sky. The dispatcher after several minutes confirmed some calls did come in regarding lights in the sky. The officer kept quiet about the sighting at the time and made no official report.

(ufopolice.blogspot.com)

2002/3 Summer - 2 Cops Amoung 25 Witnesses to a Black Oval
CA4
Vancouver, British Columbia. 3pm.
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The primary witness was driving west in the afternoon into Vancouver on the #1 freeway. The sky was clear overhead and to the south in the sky was appeared a black object in the oval shape of a rugby ball and appeared stationary. It seemed to be about 2000 feet above the ground near Central Park and about the size of a 747. Many people pulled off the highway to look at it, including 2 RCMP officers.

(UfoEvidence.org Case 1137)
(UFObc.ca)

1992 Aug 29 - Policeman Sees Three Cylinder UFOs
CA21
Mount Seymour, British Columbia, Canada
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2:30 AM. Three cylinders were seen in the sky at close range after a home burglar alarm system and lights were effected. The policeman witness was unable to wake his wife, but their baby reacted to the close encounter, and their dog became sick. The incident lasted 30 minutes.

(Sources: Lorne Goldfader, Alien Update, p. 280; Lumieres dans la Nuit, issue 318)
(NICAP, nicap.org/waves/1992fullrep.htm

1990 Nov 7 - UFO Over Montreal Seen By Hundreds
CA3
Montreal

(Youtube)
(Timothy Good, Alien Update, Dr Richard Haines, Bernard Guenette, pgs 95-124)

1979 Aug 17 - Encounter Over Ottawa
CA35
nr Ottawa, Ontario.
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Flying from St. Jovite, Que., to Arnprior, Ont, heading 270, in a single prop, fixed wing, 1974 Cherokee Warrior aircraft, were a medical technologist and the pilot who was also a police officer of about 16 years. The visibility was excellent, and at about 40 miles NE of Ottawa, at 2100hrs, the two looked out their windows to see the wings appeared red. The pilot's watch stopped, the aircraft began to slow down, and the controls ceased to function. The two suddenly felt the aircraft pulled upwards and the pilot looked out his window to see an object he estimated to be close to 300ft in diameter. It appeared to be a red ball of energy close to the right wing. Suddenly it sped away rapidly and as it did it appeared to be white light on the reverse side, with the object having a depth of about 50ft. As the object departed the two felt a falling sensation and the aircraft and its controls returned to normal.

The object disappeared into a large dark grey cloud to the west, only to reappear in the same cloud making rolling movement. The pilot estimated that the aircraft risen upwards about 2000ft during the encounter but then had fallen 1000ft in total. The object eventually disappeared slowly into the sky towards the sunset. The encounter lasted approximately 5-8 minutes.

(Uplands Air Base to National Research Council of Canada (NRC) N79/71)
(ufoera.com)

1978 Nov 26 - Cigar-shaped UFO With Curved Tail Seen By Officer
CA2
Calrenville, Newfoundland
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Mr.Chester Lethbridge and his wife, reported to the RCMP a strange object in the sky for the second time over the duration of approximately one week over Random Island, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland. RCMP Constable James Blackwood, an officer on location at the time went out to the Lethbridge home to investigate. Upon arriving he also saw this strange unidentifiable object in the sky. Both Mr. Lethbridge and Constable Blackwood describe the same thing: A cigar?shaped object with a curved tail in the sky with blue, red and yellow flashing lights. It ranged from about thirty?five to forty feet in diameter and hovered approximately five hundred feet above sea level with no movement. The object also cast a shadow on the water,so he knew that what he was seeing was not a satellite or distant plant like Venus

This object was also tracked by the Department of National Defense, Gander, NF. After observing the object with the naked eye for a while, Constable Blackwood took out this ball?scope, a device used to amplify light sources in the night, to observe the object. This was definitely not a plane nor like any other aircraft Blackwood had ever seen. After observing the object in the sky for a little while longer, Constable Blackwood decided to turn on the flashing lights on his police car, Mr. Lethbridge, however, did not approve of this and went inside.

Constable Blackwood flicked on the flashing blue and red lights on his car, and within seconds the object in the sky imitated the pattern of flashing lights. Constable Blackwood was speechless, being interested in different types of aircraft as a hobby, Blackwood confidently says that though the craft was about the size of DC9 aircraft, it was definitely not a plane. It did not resemble any type of plane ever built to his knowledge. It had no wings and made no noise. It had a curved tail and a cigar?shaped body and that was all, besides the flashing lights. After a period of about two hours, the object "left the scene like a shooting star, only in the opposite direction."

Shortly after this sighting in Clarenville, Newfoundland, Constable Blackwood, following procedure, made reports and sent them to the National Research Council in Ottawa. The NRC had an upper atmosphere research facility that, at that time, was responsible for UFO reports. An authority with the NRC by the name of A.G. MacNamara responded to these reports by saying that the objects were most likely the planet Jupiter or another planet or star. It must be kept in mind that the object seen by Chester Lethbridge, his wife and Constable Blackwood, did cast a shadow on the water, and planets; stars and satellites do not cast shadows.

(UfoEvidence.org case 583)
(Lee Tizzard - Brian Vike, HBCCUFO.org)

1978 Oct 26 - Officer Watches UFO For An Hour
CA23
CLARENVILLE, Nfld.
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An RCMP officer sat and watched an unidentified flying object for more than an hour earlier this week, another RCMP officer said Friday. The sighting came after an officer answered a call early Thursday. The officer then observed an oval-shaped object hovering at about 1,000 metres for more than an hour above Random Island, east of here, the spokesman said. The name of the officer who saw the object was not released. RCMP say that the officer watched the object through a telescope and provided a detailed description of it.

It had a pyramid-shaped fin on the top of an oval-shaped white body and it flashed red, blue, and white lights for more than an hour before "it went straight up and disappeared."

A report on the incident has been filed with the National Research Council in Ottawa. Meanwhile, a spokesman at the Air Traffic Control centre at the Gander International Airport, said nothing had been logged to indicate that a UFO had been in the area. "All I can tell you is that nothing has been logged," he said. However, if the object had stayed below 3,500 metres and was relatively small, it could have eluded conventional radar devices, he added.

(North Bay, Ontario, NUGGET, 28 October 1978, Page 17, CLARENVILLE, Nfld. CP)
(noufors.com/ufo_sightings_by_police_officers.html)

1976 Aug 10 - Royal Canadian Mounted Police Watch UFOs
CA20
140 miles E of Vancouver, BC, Canada
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A number of objects were observed at Penticton Tower. The objects had steady flashing green and red lights and were seen by civilians and members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.

(Fawcett and Greenwood, Clear Intent, page 47)
(NICAP, nicap.org/waves/1976fullrep.htm)

1976 Apr 22 - UFO Temporarily Blinds RCMP Constable
CA12
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NRC DEE OTT, COMM SQN OTT, PUZ 016/23, FM RESCUE CO-ORDINATION CENTRE VICTORIA,TO RCCWC/NATIONAL DEFENCE HEADQUARTERS OTTAWA, INOF RCCPUCX/NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL FOR RADIO AND ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DIVISION, ONT, UNCLAS RCC 113

UFO REPORT
A. Date/Time: 220845Z April 22, 1976
B. Weather/Atmospheric Conditions: Clear
C. Prime Witness(es): Constable ---, Terrace RCMP
D. Location: Highway 16, Approximately 6 miles west of Terrace
E. Other Witness(es): None
F. Description: Red flashing light first appeared two miles ahead of the RCMP which was heading west on Highway 16. As the car rounded curve the light was observed off to the left of the highway and about 100 yards above the trees. A bright flash on the RCMPs car windshield temporarily blinded the constable and then disappeared. The constable was unable to see any shapes or color other than the red light.
G. Duration: 4 minutes.
H. Other Information: Constable searched the area right after the sighting and again the next morning with no results. No airplanes reported missing or overdue.

BT, NRC DEE OTT, Report N76/018 000061 and 000062 Reel T-1742

(National Archives of Canada; National Research Council)
(ufologie.net/indexe.htm)

1975 Nov 12 - Provincial Police Report UFOs
CA19
Falconbridge Air Force Station, North Bay, Ontario, Canada
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7:15 a.m. 23rd NORAD Region. UFO Reported from Radar site at Falconbridge Ontario, Canada (Sudbury). Reported by Mr. Julian Prince of Sudbury thru Ontario Provincial Police (also observed by 2 OPP constables ZADOW & BRETT) 2 objects seen appeared to be artificial light fading on and off with jerky motion. Broken cloud layer with no estimated base. No radar contact made and no request for fighter scramble initiated.

(Sudbury, Ontario, STAR, 20 December 1975, page 28)
(noufors.com/ufo_sightings_by_police_officers.html)
(NICAP, nicap.org/waves/1975fullrep.htm)

1975 Nov 11 - Police Confirm UFO Over Stadium
CA18
Sudbury, Ontario, Canada
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3:00 a.m. EST. Six nurses at the Pioneer Manor Sudbury, observed a very bright object over the Sudbury Stadium. The object seemed to hover at first and then suddenly shot into the sky. It was still visible when the Sudbury Regional Police arrived at 4:55 a.m. At 5:00 a.m. EST. Constables Keables and Whiteside, Sudbury Regional Police, observed a cylindrical-shaped object with shafts of light bright enough to light up clouds in immediate area. The object appeared to travel in circles and at one point came quite close. Observations were made with the use of binoculars. The constables observed four objects clearly in the sky. Three of the objects remained stationary while a fourth moved at times with a jerky motion. The objects were still plainly visible after day break when all regular bright objects in the sky had disappeared. The objects were observed intermittently for one hour.

(National Research Council of Canada Record Group 77, Vol. 308, reel number 1742)
(Sudbury, Ontario, STAR, 20 December 1975, page 28)
(noufors.com/ufo_sightings_by_police_officers.html)
(NICAP, nicap.org/waves/1975fullrep.htm)

1975 Nov 3 - Ontario Provincial Reports Two UFOs
CA10
Haileybury, Ontario
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RCMP reports in the Canadian National Archives reveal a mystery began Thursday night with the initial sighting of a light hovering over the lake, reported to be moving up and down as well as from side to side but remaining in the same general area. Gerry Beaucage and Ben Goulet, both of the Garden River Indian Reserve, and Frank Beaucage, 143 Michaud St., Sturgeon Falls, reported the sighting. The object was seen over Lake Nipissing from the Garden River reserve at 8 p.m. Intrigued by the report, provincial police Cons. Roger Patrois and Corp. H. A. Wright later went out to the scene to verify the occurrence.

When they arrived at 11:40 p.m., the object was still there. Using a 50 - mm telescope, the men were able to discover that there were two lights involved and not only one as seen without assistance of the telescope. But they were not able to make out the object to which the lights were attached. The incident was reported to Canadian Forces Base North Bay for verification. It finally disappeared at 12:55 a.m. Friday.

The base later reported that the source of the light was believed to be a cottage located on Sandy Island. Police do not feel that the explanation is satisfactory, however, as from observing the lights, they feel the source would have been too high in the sky to have been a cottage.

Sunday, police again sighted a light hovering over the lake, this time from a point eight miles east of Sturgeon Falls, with the light seen in the southeast. Cons. J. J. Culkeen made the initial sighting. He observed the light, which seemed to be at a greater altitude than that seen Thursday for a period of about 15 minutes and called the North Bay provincial police detachment.

Cons. Len Decaire drove down to the scene and also observed the object. Intermittent observation was maintained until the object disappeared at about 4:30 a.m., an hour after it was first noticed in the sky. Police again notified CFB North Bay, but have not yet received any possible explanation of the mysterious light.

(National Archives of Canada; National Research Council)
(ufologie.net/indexe.htm)
(Sudbury, Ontario, STAR, 3 November 1975, page 1)
(noufors.com/ufo_sightings_by_police_officers.html)

1975 Nov 1 - Police Observe Strange Light
CA34
NORTH BAY, Ontario.
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An unexplained bright white light which has been sighted several times in the area during recent weeks was active again Thursday night, provincial police say. Police said they received reports late Thursday that an unidentified flying object was sighted over Lake Nipissing. Police, responding to the calls, said they saw the bright white light hovering over Iron Island about 20 miles west of the North Bay government dock. It remained stationary for about three hours, then disappeared.

(Sudbury, Ontario, STAR, 1 November 1975, page 2, NORTH BAY, Ont. - CP)
(noufors.com/ufo_sightings_by_police_officers.html)

1975 June 20 - RCMP Constables Report A UFO
CA11
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NRC REED ONT, RCMP BDN, 1/3 BDN JUN25, PRIORITY DEFERRED BDN DET JUN25 UNCLAS, COMMR OTT, INFO D DIV WPG

NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL METEOR CENTRE OTTAWA

BDN33 Brandon Det. reports the sightings of an illuminated object in the sky approx. 5 miles west of Kirkhams Bridge area in the RM of Daly, Man. The light was first noted by Reg. No.----, Cst.---- at approx. 11:10 pm, 20 June 75 while on patrol in a PC on the Grand Valley Road south of the Kirkhams Bridge area.

At approx. 11:30 pm Reg. No.---- Cst.---- and Reg. No.---- Cst.---- of Brandon Det. were in the Kirkhams Bridge area on patrol in another PC when they also sighted the same light.

The object appeared as a bright white light suspended approx 220 to 300 ft. off the ground. It was stationary and on several occasions was observed to become brighter.

Cst.---- attempted to close with it in the PC with negative results. He pursued the object to approx. 3 miles southeast of Hamiota, Man. where it disappeared at approx. 12:30 am, 21 June 75 and could not be located again.

When Cst.'s---- and ---- first saw the object they followed it on PTH 21 towards Hamiota where it disappeared. A red flash was observed in the white light just before it suddenly disappeared.

After it disappeared it was established that there was nothing in the area where it had been seen to indicate it could have been mistaken for a star.

At approx. 11:30 pm, 20 June 75, the Brandon Airport Tower was contacted and they confirmed there was no aircraft in the area then or since the object had been sighted.

It is the opinion of the writer this unknown object could be classified as a UFO and this is also the opinion of the other members involved.

NRC REED OTT, RCMP BRANDON, Report N75/080 000026 Reel T-1742

(National Archives of Canada; National Research Council)
(ufologie.net/indexe.htm)

1975 April 18 - UFO sighted by 4 RCMP Officers
CA9
Saskatchewan
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NRC LIB OTT, 13-15 REGINA S/DIV APR19, PRIORITY/PRIORITY MJ APR19 UNCLAS

NRC METEOR CENTRE, INFO NANFOREHEG, COMMISSIONER OTT

MJ11

SUBJECT: UFO REPORT
A. Date/Time: 18 April 75. 9:30 pm to 11:45 pm Central Standard Time
B. Weather/Atmospheric Conditions: Sky clear with scattered clouds
C. Prime Witness(es): Observers: Mr. ---- , Miss ----
D. Location: Township 18, Range 25, west of 2nd Meridian
E. Other Witness(es): (Names withheld: 1 Cpl. and 3 Constables all from Moose Jaw Det. R C M Police)
F. Description: High intensity white light, no shape discernable, altitude varying from below cloud level to above cloud level. Single object observed to move from west of Moose Jaw to approx 30 miles NW of Moose Jaw during time of sighting.
G. Duration: Duration of sighting approx 2 hours.
H. Other Information: Check with Regina ATC showed no radar contact with object. UFO observed until Air Canada flight from Regina to Edmonton reached approx location of object at which time it disappeared. Aircraft lights and UFO observed in same general area immediate prior to disappearance.

Moose Jaw Det R C M Police

(National Archives of Canada; National Research Council)
(ufologie.net/indexe.htm)

1974 Oct 13 - RCMP Saw Three UFOs over Rockies
CA33
TURNER VALLEY, Alberta.
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A blazing, white Unidentified Flying Object roaring like a jet aircraft, has been reported hovering near a farmhouse near Priddis, 10 miles west of Calgary, an RCMP officer says. The officer of the RCMP Turner Valley detachment, said he went to the scene, Saturday, and saw three mysterious objects flit about above the Rocky Mountains.

The officer said in a statement, this week, that "the object is described as being 60 feet in diameter and 25 feet high, giving off a very white light as it hovered about 100 feet from the ground." Constable Dave Grundy said the UFO was first reported at 2:30 a.m., Oct. 13, by a woman living on a farm near Priddis. The woman did not want her name released.

"It was oblong with a crown and windows on the crown giving off a clear light. It was close enough, they (the woman and her children) could compare it in size to their house. Inside was a white, white light. It sounded like a jet engine without the whine. After about two minutes, it took off to the north, then west, very fast, they said."

The constable said that by the time he arrived, the object had flown off to the west, watched by the woman and her children through a telescope. Looking through the telescope, the officer said he saw "three objects jumping around all over the place, in the west, above the Rockies." "They appeared to be diamond-shaped," the constable said. "That was quite an experience...I saw what I saw."

(Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, DAILY STAR, 22 October 1974, Page 2, TURNER VALLEY, Alta. - CP)
(noufors.com/ufo_sightings_by_police_officers.html)

1973 Nov 21 - Police Report UFOs In Hotspot
CA22
Joliette, Canada
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2:00 AM. The wife of the house couldn't sleep, and was sitting up in the darkness of the house smoking a cigarette. She was startled by a white object which seemed to be standing just outside her kitchen window. When she went over to inspect, she saw a "4-foot tall thing". This was not a UFO, but appeared to be a creature of some kind. This thing had a large round head with very large, too large, eyes in it. These "eyes" seemed to glow with phosphorescence. Around this "head", or was it a helmet?, there was a halo of soft "flames". "Shoulders" angled directly down at a 45 degree slope. No more of "it", whatever it was, could be recalled. The farm lady was not at all afraid of this entity, and said, rather, that she thought it "beautiful" and was attracted by it. She said, perhaps more ominously, that she could not move away from the window. She thought the sighting lasted only about 15 seconds, and then she suddenly snapped to, and realized that something odd was happening. She roused her husband, who dressed and went outside. There was no trace of the "thing" except perhaps one fact: their dog was found "scared to death" and lying low on the ground. It would not follow the farmer as he inspected the grounds.

That same evening, local police and a Catholic priest both reported UFO sightings around a nearby quarry. Once again many other cases were reported in the Quebec region. The entity in this case is unique. It is most like the famous 1952 Braxton County [Flatwoods] WV "Monster", which was one of the first entity encounters ever reported in the U.S. Sources:

(Claude MacDuff, "The November 1973 UFO-Invasion of Quebec" [monograph], 1976, Ted Bloecher files (CUFOS); and (same) UFOLOGY Fall 1976; and [letter] Wido Hoville to Ted Bloecher, August 19, 1976.)
(NICAP, nicap.org/waves/1973fullrep.htm)

1973 Nov - RCMP Officers Chase UFO
CA8
Southern Saskatchewan
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At just before 8 pm on a clear November evening a citizen telephoned the local RCMP detachment to report that he had seen, what he believed to be, a large 150 foot (45 meters) red and orange, fast moving UFO. Two RCMP constables were dispatched and arrived in the area where the citizen reported that the sighting took place. At first they saw nothing but decided to drive around some of the grid roads to have a look. After driving a short while, they noticed, what one officer called "an odd set of lights" west of their location so they drove in that direction.

After driving away (and we gather from the reports that they did not have the light in view all time), they crested a hill and before them, no more than a mile (1.4 km) away was a very bright light. As they drove toward the light with the headlights on their police cruiser on, the object (UFO) disappeared. Turning off the their car's headlights, the UFO then re-appeared again. The object first appeared to be on or very near the ground and the two constables watched as the object changed color from orange to red then fading and becoming bright once more. The officers estimated the size of the object to be about 150 feet in diameter (45 meters).

After a short period of time the UFO appeared to gain altitude to about 100 feet (30 metres) and started to move toward the two startled police officers. As the UFO got closer, the officers were able to make out what one described as a "mushroom shaped object" and the other explained as an "upside-down saucer". Both agreed that the UFO was quite large and had red and orange lights completely encasing it. At no time did they hear any noise coming from the object. Now another RCMP officer arrived with 15 civilian E.M.O. members on snowmobiles. The snowmobiles were able to move across the farmer's fields directly toward the UFO but each time they would get close, the object would quickly move away. A number of individuals, including at least one of the RCMP officers had a look at the UFO through a rifle scope. Their comment in the report of one officer was that through the rifle scope... "It appeared to have portholes!"

(National Archives of Canada; National Research Council)
(ufologie.net/indexe.htm)

1969 Jul 14 - Two Constables Report UFO Near Pembroke
CA32
PEMBROKE.
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Two police constables and several other persons reported sighting an unidentified flying object near here early Saturday. "It was just like a large star ... no body, no form, just a light about 1,500 feet in the sky," said Constable Jack McKay of the Pembroke OPP detachment.

The object was described as a "cylindrical-shaped brilliant light in the sky over Petawawa," a town 10 miles north of Pembroke. Constable McKay, his patrol partner Constable Grant Chaplin, and several others, including three military policemen at the nearby Canadian forces base, reported seeing the phenomenon at about 5 a.m. Saturday. The Canadian forces radar station at North Bay reported Sunday it is checking the incident.

(Sudbury, Ontario, STAR, 14 July 1969, page 19, PEMBROKE - CP)
(noufors.com/ufo_sightings_by_police_officers.html)

1969 Feb 7 - OPP sees UFO
CA31
SUDBURY.
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Constable D. G. White of the provincial police detachment at nearby Noelville said Thursday he saw an unidentified flying object Wednesday night after receiving a call from two Mason township residents. "There was definitely something up there," he said. He said an orange-glowing object, which hovered above trees near Highway 69, was not moving fast like a plane or shooting star.

(North Bay, Ontario, NUGGET, 7 February 1969, Page 9, SUDBURY - CP)
(noufors.com/ufo_sightings_by_police_officers.html)

1969 Feb 6 - UFO Sighted in Noelville District By Policeman
CA30
Noelville
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Cons. D. G. White of the Noelville detachment received what he thought at first was just a crank call while at home eating dinner last night. Two Mason township residents, Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Chartrand, had apparently been watching an unidentified object in the sky for about 20 minutes before they worked up the nerve to call police, and White decided that if there was something there it might be worth seeing. When the Chartrands first noticed it, it was high in the air, and they noticed its reflection in the snow. He could not determine whether it had passed over the house or whether it was dropping behind the horizon or hovering behind the trees.

"It was just unusual, that's all I can say. I can't tell you what it was." He said that by the time he arrived at the scene, just south of Noelville on Highway 69, the object appeared to be hovering over trees a mile south of the Chartrand home. According to White, the Chartrands had first seen the object when an orange glow from it reflected off the snow in their fields. It appeared to be half-way between the house and the trees when they first saw it, he reported. "It was a little larger than a star, and you could tell that it wasn't by the color. It was first orange, then turned a silver grey, and then back to orange. It was disappearing over the horizon or behind the trees when I last saw it. It was there for about three minutes."

He said that with the naked eye, it was impossible to tell the shape of the object. White observed it through binoculars and said that it was roughly bell-shaped. "It was not moving fast, like a plane or a shooting star," White said. He said he could not tell how far away the object was, or how large it was. He said there was no noise from it, and that it appeared to be moving in a southwesterly direction. White said he called the Canadian Forces Base at Falconbridge.

(Sudbury, Ontario, STAR, 6 February 1969, page 3)
(Sudbury, Ontario, STAR, 7 February 1969, page 3)
(noufors.com/ufo_sightings_by_police_officers.html)

1967 Oct 4 - Shag Habour UFO Witnessed by Mounties
CA1
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(NICAP, nicap.org/waves/1967fullrep.htm)
(Wikipedia)
(ShagHabourUFO.com)
(UfoEvidence.org case subarticle 168)
(UfoEvidence.org case 166)
(Invisible Residents, Ivan T. Sanderson, pg 44-45)
(Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, Light Herald, 12 Oct 1967; Halifax, NS, Chronicle Herald, 6 Oct 1967)

1967 Sep 25 - OPP Officer Chases Strange White Light
CA29
WHITBY
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A provincial police officer today reported seeing a "strange white light" and chasing it for several miles along the Macdonald-Cartier Freeway. Five officers of the Whitby division said they saw the light which appeared to be about 450 feet above the highway. The officer said he followed the light for several miles before it suddenly stopped, then sped away at "terrific speed," disappearing over Lake Ontario.

(Sudbury, Ontario, STAR, 25 September 1967, page 1, WHITBY, Ont. - CP)
(noufors.com/ufo_sightings_by_police_officers.html)

1967 Aug 23 - Police Also Sight UFO
CA15
Perth/Joyceville, Ontario
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At 4:00am EDT, a man drove down a side road to investigate a green light he saw in a field. His headlights illuminated a large, metallic-appearing disc on or near the ground. It was shaped like an inverted bowl and had three legs. The witness saw three beings about 3-4 feet tall and wearing helmets (humanoids). They appeared to be gathering specimens. When the beings noticed the witness, they "flew" (floated) into the object and it took off silently at high speed. Burn marks and impressions (physical traces) were found at the site. Reportedly, the police at nearby Perth had a similar sighting.

(Hall, 2001, p. 480; MUFON UFO Journal, August 1987, p. 19.)
(NICAP, nicap.org/waves/1967fullrep.htm)

1967 Jun 5 - Mounted Policeman Sees Silvery UFO
CA17
Selkirk, Manitoba
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1:00 p.m. CDT. A Mounted Policeman and a Royal Canadian Air Force squadron leader saw a silvery circular or slightly oblong object flying rapidly to the north with a wobbling motion. The object was visible for about 15 seconds.

(Winnipeg Free Press, Manitoba, 6/29/67, copy in NICAP files; Winnipeg Free Press 6/7/67 with date of sighting indicated as June 6, copy in NICAP files; case reported to the University of Colorado Project)
(NICAP, nicap.org/waves/1967fullrep.htm)

1967 Mar 1 - Police Sight UFOs
CA28
GRAND HAVEN, Ottawa County, Allegan, Muskegon, Kent
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It isn't often that sightings of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) are confirmed by police officials. But Tuesday night, most of the reports were made by police in Southwestern Michigan.

Ottawa County Sheriff Bernard Grysen and five of his deputies were among more than one dozen persons reporting reddish-orange objects in the dark, but clear sky over Ottawa County along the shores of Lake Michigan. Grysen described a reddish-orange object that hovered low over Lake Michigan a short distance from his cottage. He said it moved quickly from side to side before disappearing.

Police officials in three counties bordering Ottawa County, Allegan, Muskegon and Kent, said they had received no UFO sighting reports. One deputy in Muskegon County said he had watched an "exceptionally bright star" for several minutes but added there was movement and no color.

Ottawa Deputy Dave Heerspink reported sighting the object, or objects, at three different times at three different spots in the county Tuesday night. "It looked like a cluster of lights with the centre intensely bright and the outer edges reddish in color," Heerspink said. "It seemed to be kind of oval shaped, more or less."

Heerspink said he was listening on his two-way radio when the first report came in from other deputies. Then he also spotted the object. The deputy said he came in to the station to pick up a pair of binoculars after making his first sighting and then spotted a second one with the binoculars. Heerspink said he saw a plane go by and the object he was looking at "was definitely not a plane."

[See also US cases on this date]
(Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, DAILY STAR, 1 March 1967, Page 37, GRAND HAVEN - UPI)
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1967 Mar 1 - Police Chief Reports UFO Over Stryker
CA27
BLIND RIVER, Stryker
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An object, bearing red and green lights and shining "brilliant white," hung "like a star over the treetops," of Stryker Township near here Tuesday night. It was seen by Mrs. J. D. McLean of Stryker, Hernson Alan and son-in-law James Collins who is police chief of Blind River. Mrs. McLean said she watched spellbound as the object hovered motionless near her home. She phoned McLean and Collins who rushed to the scene, and who both observed the phenomenon. McLean rushed in his car to get a closer look but the object moved away. Later Collins received a telephone call from Sault Ste. Marie which reported the unidentified object had been sighted over the Soo city hall shortly after its appearance at Blind River.

(Sudbury, Ontario, STAR, 1 March 1967, page 1)
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1967 Feb 26 - Four Policemen Amoung Witnesses To UFO
CA16
Wiarton, Ontario
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7:30 p.m. EST. Nine people in southeastern Ontario, including four provincial policemen, saw a bright shining object with lights changing color from white to green (body lights). The object appeared to have streamers of light around it. It flitted about, hovered, and disappeared.

(London Free Press (Ontario) 2/27/67)
(NICAP, nicap.org/waves/1967fullrep.htm)

1967 Feb 24 - Provincial Policeman Sees Flashing UFO
CA14
Lucan, Ontario
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At 10:00pm EST, two members of a family saw a glowing orange object, also seen separately by an Ontario provincial policeman. Through a 55x telescope the object appeared to be oblong with a peaked top, bluish glow, with red flashing lights, and a surrounding orange glow (halo effect). The policeman described it as a "flashing orangey-colored object."

(London Free Press, Ontario, 2/27/67)
(NICAP, nicap.org/waves/1967fullrep.htm)

1966 Apr 15 - UFO Sighting Confirmed By OPP Constable
CA26
North Bay, Parry Sound, Ontario
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An unidentified flying object with blinking red, green and white lights was seen in the sky over Parry Sound Thursday night by at least two persons, one a provincial police constable. Mrs. George Labben saw the object through binoculars and called the police. The constable also reported sighting the object.

(North Bay, Ontario, NUGGET, 15 April 1966, Page 5, OWEN SOUND - CP )
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1964 Jan 27 - Police Witness USO Like Burning Plane
CA7
Oshkosh, Wisconsin, Lake Winnebago 10-11pm.
Police, along with other witnesses, watched an object, suspected to be a burning plane, fall into Lake Winnebago.

(Invisible Residents, Ivan T. Sanderson, pg 227)
(Oshkosh Northwestern, 28 January 1964)

1960 Jul 26 - Police & Fire Dept. Watch USO Along River
CA6
Niagara Falls.
The Police, along with the Fire Department, witnessed a light that moved about a mile along the Niagara river for 2 hours.

(Invisible Residents, Ivan T. Sanderson, pg 227)
(Buffalo, NY, Courier Express, 27 July 1960)

1958 Nov 1 - 4 OPP Officers Saw Flying Saucer
CA25
WALKERTON, Ontario
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Four provincial policemen of the Walkerton detachment reported seeing a flying saucer from two different points in Bruce County early Friday. The four officers made notes of their observations and were in constant contact by police radio. They calculated the object hovered about three miles northeast of Paisley at a height of about 3,500 feet. From their observation points 20 miles apart. The predominent color, Constable Edward Johnston said, was white, but it constantly changed to other shades, and at times looked as though there were four lights coming from it.

(North Bay, Ontario, DAILY NUGGET, 1 November 1958, Page 1, WALKERTON, Ont. CP)
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1958 24 May - Provincial Police Witness USO Plunge Into Lake
CA5
Grand Bend, Ontario, Lake Huron 1am.
Provincial Police witnessed an object that arched into the sky, leaving a trail of red light, before it plunged into the lake.

(Invisible Residents, Ivan T. Sanderson, pg 227)
(Sarnia, Ontario, Observer, 24 May 1958)

1957 Dec 12 - Police Confirm Airline Sighting
CA13
Chatham, Windsor area, Canada
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A Trans-Canada Airlines pilot, along with many police, saw orange oval UFO curving rapidly at low altitude.

(NICAP, The UFO Evidence, X)
(NICAP, nicap.org/waves/1957fullrep.htm)

1954 Sept 26 - Blue Rain And Flying Disc In Kirkland District
CA24
Ramore, Kirkland Lake
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A provincial police constable patrolling Highway 11 at Ramore, 25 miles north of here, said he saw an elliptical object Friday night, flying at 1,000 feet and emitting an intense white light. Constable Florian Grabowski said it was moving slowly northward over the railroad tracks. "Suddenly, as I was stopping the car to get out and see if I could hear any sound, it disintegrated in a shower of light particles which fell over the tracks." At about the same time, blue rain fell in Kirkland Lake. William Martin said he noticed large blue drops on his window during a heavy rain. In 15 minutes, they faded gradually and finally became clear, he said.

(Sudbury, Ontario, DAILY STAR, 27 September 1954, page 6, KIRKLAND LAKE - CP)
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