Wednesday, March 2, 2022


Manitoba Member of Parliament questions Deputy Minister about unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) flying over Canadian nuclear facilities

B r e a k i n g N e w s

July 5, 2022 11:20:00 EST

Canadian MP Larry Maguire issues letter to 
Deputy Minister John Hannaford 
about information on incursions by unknown craft 
over Canadian nuclear facilities 
- adding specific details from the text of the  
US National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA)

Maguire's Letter - Highlights
- Maguire briefed by former Pentagon official Luis Elizondo
- Maguire seeks more transparency on UAP investigation
- Atomic Energy of Canada Limited encouraged
to communicate with US counter-part. 
- Senator Mark Warner Chair of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence has been Cc'd on Maguire's letter.
Documents and further news from the 
office of MP Maguire will be posted 
as they are made available to ZNN. 
MP Maguire’s Letter to Deputy Minister 
John Hannaford
 [Thanks extended to Daniel Otis of CTV News]

Email your support to Canadian MP LARRY MAGUIRE.



[ZNN] ZlandCommunications has just learned that during a high-level committee meeting in Ottawa Canada on Wednesday March 2, 2022, Canadian Member of
Parliament Larry Maguire, Vice-Chair of the Standing Committee on Natural Resources posed several pointed questions to John F.G. Hannaford, Deputy Minister of Natural Resources Canada about reports of "flying objects" over Canadian nuclear facilities.

MP Maguire asked the Deputy Minister Hannaford if he was aware of the recent passage of legislation concerning Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon over American nuclear military installations. The Deputy Minister replied he was unaware of the US legislation.

Vice-Chair Maguire replied that he would send the Deputy Minister the information regarding UAP flying over US nuclear facilities as contained in the Fiscal Year 2022 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA)

Part of the American legislation states that "UAPs pose a significant challenge to our [U.S.] national security, appearing in sensitive U.S. airspace and around military personnel." 

Maguire then asked Deputy Minister Hannaford if he has received reports of UAP flying over Canadian nuclear facilities. Hannaford replied he has not received such reports. 

MP Larry Maguire

MP Maguire then asked if "violations in and around nuclear facilities [were] publicly disclosed." Deputy Minister Hannaford was unable to answer Maguire's question.

Deputy Minister Hannaford did however pass the question on to Mollie Johnson, Assistant Deputy Minister who was also unable to answer Maguire's question. Johnson then indicated to Vice-Chair Maguire that she would look into the issue and get back to the committee.

Maguire went on to ask Deputy Minister Hannaford if his office would be open to communicating with US nuclear authorities as to how these authorities are managing the issue of UAP over American nuclear installations. Hannaford responded that he would take the matter "under advisement".

A ground-breaking statement by a respected Canadian authority on the UAP issue has just been issued: 

“Larry Maguire’s initiative now brings Canada to the fore in guiding the scientific study on UAP. I look forward to seeing the Canadian government’s response and actions.” Paul Kingsbury, Professor of Geography, Simon Fraser University and SCU Board Member.

[Ed Note: It should be noted that the nuclear facilities in question are non-military in nature. Canada has 19 Candu nuclear reactors which contribute to Canada's electricity needs. For many years Canada has been a leader in nuclear research and technology, exporting reactor systems developed in Canada as well as a high proportion of the world supply of radioisotopes used in medical diagnosis and cancer therapy.]

ZlandCommunications will continue to monitor this story as more information is obtained. 

*COMMITTEE VIDEO (2 min 53 sec)

The entire revealing video conversation among MP Larry Maguire, Deputy Minister Hannaford and his Assistant Deputy Minister Mollie Johnson can be viewed at: Standing Committee on Natural Resources March 2, 2022 


ZNN would like to acknowledge Dave Scott host of SPACED OUT RADIO in British Columbia Canada and journalist Daniel Otis - Toronto as sources for this breaking news. 


1 comment:

  1. Excellent and courageous move by MP Maguire. Hopefully it will inspire other politicians in other countries to start asking more questions publicly about UAP and demanding some answers. It remains to be seen how the agencies will respond but at least there will be some continued inquiry.

    Senator Gillibrand,NY recently asked the appointee for the DOD Inspector General to report back to her committee in writing after he has reviewed information on UAP.

    These are the kinds of efforts needed by our elected officials to finally get government agencies to review their agency's histories on this important subject. We can do our part by keeping pressure on our elected officials.

    Thanks to Zland Communications for this reporting!