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Canada's chief science adviser promises release of report on UFOs

By T.K. Randall
March 5, 2024 · Comment icon 11 comments
Mona Nemer on UFOs.
Nemer at the science and research committee on Feb 27th. Image Credit: Canadian Government
Dr. Mona Nemer discussed the UFO phenomenon while speaking to lawmakers in Ottawa recently.
With the US government's All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) firmly committed to investigating the subject of UFOs, it didn't come as much of a surprise when it was revealed last year that Canada was conducting its own UFO investigation known as the Sky Canada Project.

"The Sky Canada Project was launched in the Fall of 2022 to study how Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) reports from the public are managed in Canada and to recommend improvements," the official website reads.

"The Sky Canada Project supports citizen science and aims to facilitate the collection of observations documenting rare natural phenomena."
Now Dr. Mona Nemer, Canada's chief science adviser, has revealed that an official (and public) report into the phenomenon will be released around late summer or early fall.

She also expressed a desire to do more to make information on UFOs available to everyone.

"I think that there is room for improvement in terms of the gathering, reporting on the information, and also making it available to researchers and to the public," she told lawmakers in Ottawa.

"I can appreciate that some, you know, may be of national security concern, but I believe that by and large, that you can make the information public - and I think that's the best way to mitigate conspiracy theories and disinformation."

Source: CTV News | Comments (11)

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Comment icon #2 Posted by Trelane 3 months ago
 A public report doesn't necessarily equate to disclosure. I would advise everyone to manage their expectations with this one.
Comment icon #3 Posted by Hazzard 3 months ago
Great, more people telling us how little they know and what they believe.... 
Comment icon #4 Posted by pallidin 3 months ago
Of course not. It will contribute to public awareness of officially documented UAP incidents within Canadian airspace. As much as can be asked, I suppose. I for one am not expecting a "big reveal".
Comment icon #5 Posted by pallidin 3 months ago
I don't look at it that way at all. I'm looking forward to incident reports. Always interesting.
Comment icon #6 Posted by Hazzard 3 months ago
Im pretty sure that we have all seen it before. But ok, lets wait and see what they have for us...
Comment icon #7 Posted by Trelane 3 months ago
I would venture this mirrors the AAROs's report.
Comment icon #8 Posted by pallidin 3 months ago
Hey Hazzard, are you feeling OK? I ask because you're acting like you're speaking for everyone here, or being a spokesperson for those with your definition of common sense on the subject... whatever that might be. Who is "we"? And what's with "But ok, lets wait and see what they have for us..." Well duh!!! Of course!  But thank-you for giving permission. I can feel better now thinking for myself.       
Comment icon #9 Posted by Hazzard 3 months ago
We, as in you and me... And yes, lets wait and see... one of these days... full disclosure. ?
Comment icon #10 Posted by pallidin 3 months ago
I'm touched! ? lol... anyway, PM me sometime if you want, and we can talk in an appropriate arena. I would also agree that the general format of collection, 'triage', review, categorization, statement preparation, and public dissemination will likely mirror, in essential ways, the AAROs developemental format. "Triage" in this context denotes the natural formality of closed-door assessment regarding possible classified military technologies, so that those incidents can be separated and not moved forward. Looking forward to the Canadian program's progression. I really enjoy incident reports on ... [More]
Comment icon #11 Posted by CigaretteSmokingMan 3 months ago
Click bait. Nothing more.

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