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The government of Canada has begun to collect information on unidentified flying objects in 1947. At this time, many Canadians who have the final world conflict in memory and a possible cold war in the head continue to turn their eyes to the sky, fearing an attack. The RCMP and the ministry of Defence will receive several reports from citizens saying they saw a ufo. In 1952, the canadian government established project Second Story, which has the objective to analyse the evidence related to the appearance of flying saucers. The minutes of the first meeting of the committee responsible for this project indicates that ” the frequency and persistence of the sightings [of ufos] tend to cast doubt on the theory of hallucinations “. It adds further that greater efforts must be made to obtain the data in an organized manner and proceed to the investigation and analysis required. In the same year, the american army launches the project Blue Book, which is expected to be completed in 1969. Over the years, its managers will be more than 12 600 reports, of which 701 remain unexplained.
Canada and the ufos 1947 government agencies, including the department of national Defence, are beginning to amass information on ufos. 1952 The canadian government established project Second Story in order to analyze the testimonies reminiscent of the flying saucers. 1959-1960 The Canada and the United States to introduce a joint system of reporting on ufos. 1968 The national research Council of Canada (NRC), becomes the point of fall of the reports on the observation of ufos. 1995 The NRC cease to collect reports related to ufos, leaving place to the civilian sector.
Canada has collected information on UFOs for 50 years