The AEDC encourages transparency about UAPs in Canada

The Alliance for Extraterrestrial Diplomatic Contact (AEDC) supports Manitoba PM Larry Maguire’s request, who asked questions about unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) over Canadian nuclear installations, at a meeting of the Standing Committee on Natural Resources in Ottawa, Canada on March 2, 2022.

“Mr. Maguire called for more transparency about unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) in Canada”, explains Daniel Turcotte, AEDC President.  “These activities concern the public as well as our public servants.  This deputy is asking for an open inquiry on these phenomena and to share this information with the public”, Turcotte continued.

It is interesting to notice that more and more people are interested in this subject in a year that has registered a record number of UFOs in Canada.  “Our governments cannot ignore our desire to know or keep this information secret from us.  The information should be made public”, added Daniel Turcotte.

The Alliance for Extraterrestrial Diplomatic Contact gathers people who have the same objective – to welcome extraterrestrial civilizations to the Earth – so they can establish diplomatic missions. As a civilization, we must ask ourselves how we will manage an official contact soon, since it is becoming more obvious that extraterrestrial civilizations are preparing us for an official contact by becoming more visible and by creating complex and explicit crop circles.

Turcotte concluded: “The AEDC thinks the best way to greet a civilization from another planet is to welcome them as we would greet foreign diplomats and to build and embassy for them.  To achieve this, we must have honest discussions with governments and with the public.”

The Alliance is a not-for-profit organization of individuals and organizations that believe in its mission, through dialog and information exchanges, to one day soon build this new embassy, which would ideally be recognized by the United Nations.

Paul Kingsbury, Professor of Geography from the Simon Fraser University and member of the “Scientific Coalition for UAP Studies” supports this initiative: “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.”


Sylvain Rochon

Vice-President of Network Development

The Alliance for Extraterrestrial Diplomatic Contact (AEDC)


Tel:  (613) 302-2084


Email to support Canadian MP Larry Maguire


John F.G. Hannaford,

Deputy Minister for Natural Resources


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