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Secret Canadian Base

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posted on Dec, 30 2008 @ 07:31 PM
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posted on Jan, 4 2009 @ 12:23 PM
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Underground base in an abandoned mineshaft in Newfoundland? Never existed. I think that the place you're thinking about is the old No.2 mine on Bell Island. It's now quite a tourist attraction now. I would say that any underground stuff would be at the US Naval Base in Argentia.



posted on Jan, 20 2009 @ 05:30 AM
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The base in North Bay has been shut down. It held a 3 story building deep underground. Was built in the 50s and was Canadas inspiration to Americas Cheyenne Mountain. There is now a very high tech above ground facility at CFB North Bay.. None of which is secret.

As for any Secret Bases in Canada.. There arent any. But there are lonely facilities at CFB Cold Lake that require high security clearances and apparently contains wreckage of various craft.



posted on Jan, 20 2009 @ 06:05 AM
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There is something in the north end of Algonquin Park - hidden amongst the trees and accessible only by several portages via canoe.

A friend (yes, hearsay) went there and claimed to see the largest satellite dish they could imagine - quarter of a town block size - and the humming and noises scared them into leaving. They both do not like to talk about their experience, and both refuse to return.

I have asked them to draw a map, and plan to go there this spring.



posted on Dec, 4 2009 @ 02:52 PM
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Like the one person said its CFB suffield. ITs alot further then 45 minutes from Calgary I will tell ya that. Its like 20 minutes from Medicine Hat, Ab, which is over 2.5 hours away from Calgary. I have grown up here in Medicine Hat for over 30 years and I can tell ya its not a secret base but alot of secret stuff does go on here. Some of the stuff that is tested here is how torpedoes work and how to counter them. They have developed some interesting stuff there. They also have a research there called DRDC used to be DRES. It is a very high security building. You can't get in there without an escort, unless you have clearance for that area you are to be in. I will also tell you and now its hidden from the general public that work at the base, they had monkeys there. You could see them clear as day as the cages were outside. You can still see the cages to this day. Along with all that is an underground bunker where the British store their ammunitions. I was told by a major of the British army that they have enough ammo there to supply the entire British army. There is a runway there but not big enough to support the large planes of today.



posted on Dec, 4 2009 @ 02:58 PM
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Actually, there are quite a few rumors that the former site of a power generation facility for Alcan in Kitimat, BC, is in fact a secret base of some sort.

They hollowed out an entire freaking mountain, with the plan to put a hydro generator inside it, and re-routed a river to boot. And then just abandoned it. No construction there for well over a decade. Google Kimano II, plenty of information available.



posted on Dec, 5 2009 @ 07:19 PM
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I had been told that there where US Missile silos for BOMARC nuclear missiles near the airport of La Macaza in Quebec, near where I grew up. The former silos are supposedly covered by the federal prison now.

Pictures of the La Macaza base.

Found a great site looking for pictures ...
Urban Exploration Resource

[edit on 5-12-2009 by grandnic]



posted on Dec, 5 2009 @ 08:03 PM
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Im in BC, and have never seen anything here ever that would indicate any kind of army activity. Its a very, very rare day i ever see an army jeep, plane, or anything of the like. Still is that way and ive lived here all of my life, and all over the province. Ive driven from one end of the province, to the other in all directions on just about every highway. And even some of the forestry service roads etc... Still nothing to indicate any kind of military activity of any kind. Other than maybe really high altitude planes that u cant see with the naked eye anyways. If there are any secret bases here, they would more than likely be high up in the mountains where nobody can get to.

On another note, off topic a bit but, i wouldn't be surprised to maybe find some ancient artifacts here from. We did find a 2500 yr old native bones during construction of the TC1 last summer, and they shut the project down until they could analyze everything.



posted on Dec, 13 2009 @ 08:02 PM
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I've never heard of the secret canadian bases before.



posted on Dec, 18 2009 @ 08:21 AM
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That could be true by covering it up in the most unlikely place



posted on Dec, 24 2009 @ 12:58 PM
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I wouldn't be surprised if there are secret bases here in Canada, especially in the northern parts where the population is scarce. hundreds and hundreds of miles of untouched territory. (for the most part). U can drive hours before u even see a village or house in some areas.



posted on Dec, 28 2009 @ 08:17 PM
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there probly is a secret base out in canada. there is wunderwater bases with secret govn technology that makes such things as flying sosers



posted on Dec, 28 2009 @ 08:46 PM
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This is known as the Algonquin Radio Observatory

As for the reasons why Canada has numerous underground bases especially in the northern parts of the country? Simple, nuclear weapons storage for various missile systems deployed during the cold war. These include the BOMARC, Honest John, Starfighter tactical thermo-nuclear bomber and the Voodoo Genie, and Voodoo Genie II tactical thermo-nuclear air defense system.

The storage locations of these warheads were mainly CFB La Macaza, CFB Bagotville, CFS Val d'Or, CFB North Bay, CFB Chatham, CFB Comox, CFB Cold Lake and CFB Shearwater.

At the time the threat of Soviet nuclear missile salvo's coming over top of Northern Canada towards the U.S. was of grave concern and Canada was considered one of the first lines of defense and detection in such a situation.

CFB La Macaza Did indeed have 8 underground nuclear missile Silo's which housed the BOMARC system. My uncle was an officer at the base during the cold war. CFB North Bay also had 4 underground missile silo's which housed the BOMARC, all of which have now been filled in.

[edit on 28-12-2009 by Jocko Flocko]

[edit on 28-12-2009 by Jocko Flocko]



posted on Dec, 28 2009 @ 09:52 PM
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Originally posted by crazyray4271
Like the one person said its CFB suffield. ITs alot further then 45 minutes from Calgary I will tell ya that. Its like 20 minutes from Medicine Hat, Ab, which is over 2.5 hours away from Calgary. I have grown up here in Medicine Hat for over 30 years and I can tell ya its not a secret base but alot of secret stuff does go on here. Some of the stuff that is tested here is how torpedoes work and how to counter them. They have developed some interesting stuff there. They also have a research there called DRDC used to be DRES. It is a very high security building. You can't get in there without an escort, unless you have clearance for that area you are to be in. I will also tell you and now its hidden from the general public that work at the base, they had monkeys there. You could see them clear as day as the cages were outside. You can still see the cages to this day. Along with all that is an underground bunker where the British store their ammunitions. I was told by a major of the British army that they have enough ammo there to supply the entire British army. There is a runway there but not big enough to support the large planes of today.


This is the one message that stood out from the rest. Lot's of good info there for the researcher to go on.

Was there once a rumour that the monkeys are gone, but they still do battlefield combat medical research there on pigs? Maybe nothing to sinister?

[edit on 12-28-2009 by IronDogg]



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