Ontario soars ahead of other provinces in UFO sightings: Study

Published Sep 19, 2023  •  1 minute read

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Gone are the days of thinking objects in the sky are only birds or planes.

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We live in a time when the meteors, spy balloons or, yes, even UFOs could be flying high above the ground.

NASA recently released the findings of a year-long study into UFOs and said that to learn more it will require new scientific techniques, including advanced satellites as well as a shift in how unidentified flying objects are perceived.

But for years, people have spotted unidentified flying objects and Canadians have reported 113 UFO sightings so far in 2023.

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The fine folks at Casinocanada.com worked with the National UFO Reporting Centre to learn which areas of Canada have seen the most UFO sightings this year so far.

Ontario is tops on the list with 48 reported UFO sightings, while B.C. trails in second with 26.

Alberta took the third spot after reporting 16 UFO sightings, while Quebec and Nova Scotia, having reported seven and six sightings respectively, round out the top five.

Newfoundland and Labrador (four), New Brunswick (two), Saskatchewan (two), Northwest Territories (one) and Yukon (one) follow, while P.E.I. and Nunavut did not report any sightings.

The top five cities with the most UFO sightings are Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton, St. Catharines and Ajax.

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The most recent Canadian sighting, according to the National UFO Reporting Centre, was on Sept. 9 in Richmond Hill. It was described as “numerous unidentified metal red glowing orbs spotted in the northeast sky” and “emerging from the horizon to be seen moving in different directions.”

The last sighting reported in Toronto was on Aug. 11, which looked like a light with “varying brightness” and was spotted “floating to the southeast below cloud level” and reacted to a “plane coming its way.”

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