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Last year, 1,101 people reported seeing unusual lights and shapes in Canada’s skies, according to the annual Canadian UFO Survey released by UFOlogy Research of Manitoba.
The Royal Canadian Mint has released a new $20 coin to commemorate one of Canada's closest encounters with a UFO.
The U.S. government has declassified a third video showing an unidentified flying object moving at high speed below a U.S. Navy jet, in a brief encounter recorded with a high-tech military camera in 2015.
The first frantic callers to reach the RCMP were clear: something had crashed in the waters off Shag Harbour, N.S.
Bright lights, airplane near-misses and light-fingered aliens with a penchant for cool shades are all part of the annual report on UFO sightings in Canada.
After three decades being known as one of Canada's top UFO experts, Chris Rutkowski doesn't mind a bit of good-natured ribbing now and then.
Canadians reported more UFO sightings in 2015 than nearly any other time in the past 30 years. The reason, researchers say, is a growing openness to consider extraterrestrial life.
Last year recorded the second-highest number of reported UFO sightings in the last three decades, with numbers up in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland.
Thousands of earthlings descended on Capilla del Monte for an annual international alien festival that has made the town a hotspot for UFO sightings.
Fifty years ago, a frightened 18-year-old high school graduate and future Navy sailor named Norman Muscarello told police in New Hampshire he had seen an unidentified flying object.
A new report says there have been just over 2,000 reports of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) in Manitoba over the past 200 years.