Canada has taken a big step toward UFO and Alien Disclosure, holding its first ever ET Disclosure Hearing. And it's already made headlines in its first year. In front of 300+ attendees, Canadian ufologist Victor Viggiani spoke out about classified UFO documents he'd found from a NORAD (North American Aerospace Defense Command) archive, which proved that unidentified aerial phenomenon (or UAPs, UFOs) were real and were being "covered up" by the government. The documents also revealed that "any distribution of this kind of information threatens National Security and violates the Espionage Act of the United States" but that wouldn't dissuade him from pursuing and sharing the files with the public.
Some are calling the move bold, while others consider it a lot of talk and no walk. This is not the first time a UFO researcher has "released" UFO files to the public.