Canadian government officials have agreed to share UFO information with the United States.
These contacts were revealed in a pair of letters posted online this week by Natural Resources Canada and the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC), a federal regulator.
“Given the shared priority of nuclear safety and the protection of nuclear facilities, and the growing interest in UAPs (Unidentified Aerial Phenomena) in both Canada and the United States, the CNSC is committed to raise the issue with his counterpart in the United States. and share any related information in the future.Natural Resources Deputy Minister John Hannaford said in a letter dated June 6.
“We reached out to our counterparts at the United States Department of Energy regarding the Office of the Director of National Intelligence’s preliminary report on the UAP to learn more about their perspective to help inform the analysis and action in Canada,” the letter added.
The letters were a response to questions posed by Manitoba MP Larry Maguire during parliamentary committee meetings earlier this year about Canadian nuclear safety and U.S. efforts to investigate Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP), an official term for what is more commonly known as unidentified theft. objects (UFO).
In June 2021, the US Office of the Director of National Intelligence released an unclassified report on recent US military sightings, which included UAPs that “They appeared to stand still in the winds aloft, move against the wind, maneuver sharply, or move at considerable speed, with no perceptible means of propulsion.”
The US Department of Energy has long been suspected of playing a role in government activities related to UFOs. On May 17, in the first congressional public hearing on UFOs in more than 50 years, the intelligence official who oversees the Pentagon’s current UAP office named the Department of Energy as a cooperating partner.
Maguire, who represents Brandon-Souris in southwestern Manitoba, He broke a long-standing silence on UFOs in the Canadian Parliament during a March 2 meeting of the Standing Committee on Natural Resources. Fellow Conservative politicians Kerry-Lynne Findlay and Raquel Dancho, along with the leftist NDP’s Matthew Green, joined Maguire in calling on Ottawa to pay attention to UAP developments in the United States.
“Americans have already passed legislation to implement a whole-of-government approach to UAP data collection,” Maguire told Vice. “This includes their Nuclear Regulatory Commission, which is the equivalent of the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission.”
In another letter from the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC), Maguire was told that UAP reports from Canadian nuclear facilities are unknown to federal authorities.
“From a nuclear safety regulatory perspective, we have taken steps to confirm with licensees that such events have not occurred.wrote a CNSC safety and security official on June 6.
Declassified documents and public records show that professional pilots, military personnel and police have been reporting UFOs over Canada for decades.
While the Pentagon has been investigating UFOs for years, the Canadian military regularly claims that “does not normally investigate sightings of unknown or unexplained phenomena outside of the context of investigating credible threats, potential threats, or potential distress in the case of search and rescue.”
In a May 12 op-ed, Maguire suggested that Canada’s office of chief science adviser could take the lead in studying UFOs in the country.
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