The local name for the apelike humanoid people have been looking for is Sasquatch or Bigfoot.
Banaff Nat'l Park: Midges encased in ice fell from the sky, February 16, 1952. Bigfoot was seen here in August 1968.
Battle River: water monster reports
Bowness Lagoon: water monster reports.
Christina Lake: A 30-40 foot long lake monster (3 foot long hairy neck, big eyes, horse like head) has been seen here. June 1984.
Clearwater River: water monster reports.
Cold Lake: Lake monster reports here.
Heart Lake: Lake monster reports.
Lake McGregor: Lake monster reports.
Lake Minnewanka: Lake monster reports.
North Sasketchewan River: water monster reports.
Saddle Lake: Lots of sightings of a lake monster between 1974-1984 (75-100' long, with horse like head).
South Saskatchewan Rivers: water monster reports.
Bennet Lake: Lake monster reports.
Campbell River area: Bigfoot sighting in 1901.
Chadburn Lake: Lake monster reports.
Duncan: A burning mass fell from the sky, and landed on asphalt road. Samples of a rock-like substances taken for analysis. March 11, 1984.
Feller's Heights area: Four members of an oil crew saw Bigfoot in a clearing. March 14, 1987.
Lake Cowichan: Lake monster reports here
Lake Harrison: Lake monster reports here.
Lake Kamloops: Lake monster reports here.
Lake Kathlyn: Lake monster reports.
Lake Kootenay: Lake monster reports here.
Lake Okanagan: Ogopogo, Canada's most famous lake monster lives here, with hundreds of sightings logged . Apparently, he/she/it has been seen here for a couple hundred years. Ogopogo is about 50-60 feet long, with multiple humps. The Indians living here once concluded that it was a giant snake.
Lake Osoyoos: Lake monster reports here.
Lake Semenos: Lake monster reports here.
Lake Seton: A giant sturgeon 22 feet long was seen here in 1965.
Lake Skaha: Lake monster reports here.
Lake Shuswap: A family saw a fast moving thing about 25-30' long, with humps swimming in the lake. June 1984.
Lake Tagai: Lake monster reports here.
Martins' Lake: Lake monster reprts.
Saanich, Vancouver Island: An 8 foot, hairy Bigfoot was seen here in February 1982.
Seton Lake: Lake monster reports here.
S. Burnaby: Slime with a nasty odor fell on an elementary school for 3 days in a row, no planes, etc. were overhead. February 1986.
Terrace: A schoolboy saw a little green man, who spoke an unknown language, and gave him some mysterious substance before disappearing (it shrank and vanished?) February 1970.
Thetis Lake: A weird monster spotted in or around the lake; human-type body, silvery, scaly, big ears, and points on the head. August 19, and 23rd, 1972.
Thompson River, Kamloops: A man fishing saw a UFO come from the river and fly off, May 16, 1981.
Vancouver: A mechanical engineer from Bellingham, Washington was fishing for salmon, off the Spanish Banks, about five miles from Vancouver, B.C. All of a sudden he reports a sea-like animal surfaced 200 feet away from him. It was some 20 feet long, and at least two feet wide. He said said it had "a whitish-tan throat, bumps like giraffe horns, large floppy ears and a some what, pointed black snout. The shyly curious animal seemed surprised at seeing me. It quickly headed out to sea swimming efficiently by up and down wriggling". January, 1984.
Vancouver Island: "Caddy" lives here. (One of the commonest places to see this critter is Cadboro Bay, hence the name). It's an estimated 80 feet long, with the usual humps, with a face like a cow.
Williams Lake: Lake monster reports.
Yale: A train crew spotted an apparent young Bigfoot besides the train tracks. The train stopped and the crew grabbed the creature as it tried to get away. The crew was getting bitten and scratched, so they knocked it out with a rock. They put it in the baggage car, and taken to town. He was later nicknamed "Jacko". It was described as a small hairy man, covered with black, silky hair except for on face, feet and hands. He walked on two feet, and was about 4'10. He was apparently given to an a circus showman and lost to science. Researchers later decided this was a bogus story. Sometime in 1884.
Agassiz Provincial Forest: Bigfoot spotted October 1975.
Beausejour: Bigfoot spotted June 1975.
Cedar Lake: Lake monster reports here.
Dauphin Lake: Lake monster reported living here.
Falcon Lake: A UFO landed near a geologist out collecting rocks. He watched it for 1/2 hour, then decided to cautiously approach. It was throwing out a lot of heat, which set his shirt on fire. He ripped off his burning shirt, while the UFO took off. He started getting nasty symptoms; nausea, weakness, headaches. The doctors couldn't define his problem, although they were apparently in agreement that it wasn't radiation sickness. May 1967.
Lake Manitoba: Lake monster reports here.
Lake St. Martin: Lake monster reports here.
Lake Winnipeg: Lake monster reports here.
Lake Winnipegosis: Lake monster reports.
Little Saskatchewan Indian Reserve: Bigfoot spotted in October 1979.
Lone Island, Whiteshell Provincial Park: Two cops fishing in the Whiteshell River saw an 8 foot tall Bigfoot on the shore. The next morning they saw a Bigfoot being attacked by two wolves, which it grabbed and tossed aside. October 1983.
Long Plains Reserve: Bigfoot spotted here in July 1975.
Pointe Du Bois, Bigfoot spotted July 1974,
Poplar River: Bigfoot spotted 1976.
Red River: Water monster reports here.
Reynolds: Bigfoot spotted in summer 1970.
Rosa area: A man driving on the 59 Highway saw a 7 foot tall Bigfoot standing on the road; April 9, 1986.
Steinbach area: Bigfoot spotted July 10, 1979.
Woodridge area: A ghost light has been seen in the forest; 1950-1970.
Grand Lake: Lake monster reports here.
Lake Maquapit: Lake monster reports here.
Lake Utopia: Lake monster ("Old Ned") reports here.
Loch Lomond: Lake monster reports here.
Nelson-Miramichi: A security guard spotted a kangaroo in June 1979.
Skiff Lake: Lake monster reports here.
St. Croix River: Fishermen on the river at Bayside saw fins in the water 20' and 50' feet apart, and a head with huge green eyes. August 10, 1903
St. John area: Two men camping by a lake at night saw a UFO with various colored lights. It descended to the water, submerging itself with a sizzling noise. Summer 1967.
Conception Bay, St. John's : A phantom ship was seen here in November 1910.
Crescent Lake: Lake monster reports here.
Gander Lake: Lake monster reports here.
Goose Bay, Labrador: A spherical UFO was sighted from the ground and by a plane in the air. 1952.
Labrador (off the north coast): A cylindrical UFO with lit portholes hit the sea and sank. Septermber 23, 1960.
Long Pond: Lake monster reports here.
Port-Au-Port: A sea monster 200 feet long, with a neck approximately 60 feet out of the water was reportedly destroying fishing gear in August, 1936.
St. Johns: A strange creature resembling a woman was seen by a Captain Whitbourne. It was swimming in his direction, so he avoided it. It then tried to climb into a boat owned by William Hawkridge. He evidently didn't appreciate it, for he hit it on the head with something. The creature, mermaid, or whatever it was swam off. 1610.
St. John's has it ghosts, too. See: St. John's Haunted Hike: http://webhost.avint.net/hardticket/index.htm
Swanger's Cove: Lake monster reports.
Dubawnt Lake: Lake monster reports.
Fort Norman: Bigfoot seen in November, 1973.
Novia Scotia somewhere: A merman was sighted by the crews of 3 French vessels. They gave chase, but failed to catch it. 1600's.
Antigonish: A kangaroo was seen in October 1986.
Caledonia Mills: A house suffered 38 separate, unexplainable fires between 5 p.m. and 8 a.m. This was witnessed by several people (one of whom was an electrician). There were no short circuits in the house, no lightning, etc. It happened again the next night, 31 more fires occurring, with even wet things burning.
Cape Sable Island: A 40-50 foot long sea monster approached a fishing vessel in July, 1976.
Cranberry Lake: Lake monster reports here.
Glace Bay: A house here had mysterious fires starting spontaneously in April, 1963.
Lake Ainslie: Lake monster reports.
Northumberland Strait: A phantom ship was seen here January 10, 1979.
Shag Harbour: An unidentified USO 60 feet+ long was sighted in October 1967.
Bankfield: Miners here startled by mystery lights and ghosts. March 1937.
Bay of Quinte: Lake monster reports here.
Berens Lake: Lake monster reports here.
Cache Lake, Algonquin Park: A long, low, moving cloud emitted a continuous rumbling noise, but there was no sign of rain, or lightening. July 1931.
Campden: Several witnesses here saw a 7foot tall Bigfoot, who left behind 16-inch footprints. August, 1965.
Cobalt area: Bigfoot sighted in September, 1906. In July 1923, a Bigfoot was sighted in a blueberry patch.
Conway's Marsh: Lake monster reports here.
Georgian Bay: Eight witnesses saw a UFO on the water. There were several entities doing something with a hose (taking on water?). They saw the witnesses and all but one went inside the UFO, except for one who was still outside when the UFO took off. (This isn't clear if it was on the UFO, or IN the water). August 1914.
Gillies Lake: A woman and her son saw a Bigfoot with a light colored head in April, 1946.
Gillies Lake: A Bigfoot walked in front of a busload of witnesses on August 5, 1970.
Geraldton: A hiker saw a Bigfoot in the woods near here in October 1978.
Guelph: A woman found a 3 1/2 foot long alligator under her car in May, 1977.
Hamilton: A boy saw two UFO's 8 feet long land. He touched one and was shocked. March 31, 1966.
Lake of the Bays: Lake monster reports here.
Lake Deschenes: Lake monster reports here.
Lake Erie: Lake monster reports here.
Lake Huron: Lake monster reports here.
Lake Mazinaw: Lake monster reports.
Lake Meminisha: Lake monster reports.
Lake Ontario: Presumably the home of a lake monster called "Metro Maggie."
Lake Simcoe: Igopogo (NOT Ogopogo) apparently lives here.
Lake Superior: Lake monster reports here.
Lake Temiskaming: Lake monster reports.
Little Long Lac Gold Mine: Miners were frightened by ghost and mysterious lights. March 1937.
London: There was a violent storm and snow falling here, but with it, some dark vegetable matter, that was decomposing. (The opinion was decomposing cereal. ) February 24, 1868.
Muskrat Lake: ('Mussy'): Lake monster reports here.
Niagara-on-the-Lake: Fort George: Ft. George was burned down by the Americans in 1813, and the place (whatever's left of it) still has its' ghosts, and its' tour: Ghost Tours of Niagara, http://www.x-chronicles.com/ghost.html
Niagara River: River monster reports.
Nighthawk Lake: Lake monster reports here.
Nith River: Boasts a water monster namd "Slimy Caspar."
River Ottawa: River monster reports here.
Rideau Canal: Water monster reports here.
Windsor: Dominion Golf and Country Club: Papers, tablecloths, towels, etc. would spontaneously burn into flames. 43 separate fires, with things being covered in lttle blue flames. December, 1941.
Prince Edward Island:
Egmont Bay: Two witnesses saw a dark, snake-like, 40-60 foot long sea monster here in 1956.
O'Keef's Lake: Lake monster reports here.
Lac Aux Cedres: Lake monster reports here.
Lac Des Piles: Lake monster reports here.
Lac Trente-Et-un-Mille: Lake monster reports here.
Lake Aylmer: Lake monster reports here.
Lake Baskatong: Lake monster reports here.
Lake Blue Sea: Lake monster reports here.
Lake Bowker: Lake monster reports here.
Lake Breeches: Lake monster reports here.
Lake Brompton: Lake monster reports here.
Lake Champlain: One of Canada's most famous sea monsters, "Champ" lives here. It's been sighted (and chased) for decades now.If anyone should catch it, Champ is protected by Canadian law.
Lake Creux: Lake monster reports here.
Lake Declaire: Home of a lake monster known as "Lizzie."
Lake Desert: Lake monster reports here.
Lake Maskinonge: Lake monster reports here.
Lake Massawippi: Lake monster reports here.
Lake Megantic: Lake monster reports.
Lake Memphremagog: Lake monster reports.
Lake Moffat: Lake monster reports here.
Lake Pocknock: Lake monster reports here.
Lake Pohengamook: "Ponik" lives here..approximately 80 feet long, with at least three humps.
Lake Remi: Lake monster reports here.
Lake St. Francois: Lake monster reports here.
Lake St. Jean: Lake monster reports.
Lake Simon: Lake monster reports.
Lake Sinclair: Lake monster reports here.
Lake Williams: Lake monster reports.
Les Trois Lac: Lake monster reports here.
Mocking Lake: Lake monster reports here.
Montreal: Fine white filament floated down onto a ship. It was tough, resilient, difficult to break and disappeared after a few minutes. Obviously, not a spider web. October 10, 1962.
Montreal: An icon from Mount Athos Greece, began to ooze myrrh. November 1982-1986.
Montreal: It reportedly rained lizards here December 28, 1857.
Rivieres Des Prairies: A fisherman caught a 4 foot long shark in a freshwater stream on July 14, 1968.
St. Bruno: Kids on a farm saw the Virgin Mary in the sky. She gave them messages about peace and brotherhood. July 1968.
St. Lawrence River (65 miles North of Quebec City): An airline pilot watched a submarine for 4-5 minutes; the Navy saw a submarine could not operate in this area. March 1965.
St. Lawrence River (Nun's Island area): Witnesses on the Island saw a UFO plunge into the river on May 23, 1969.
Beechy area: A ghost light has been spotted in the Buffalo Basin area between 1912-1925.
Langenburg: A man harvesting his grain crop noticed a "upside down, stainless steel bowl," 11 feet across and about 5 feet high, spinning rapidly. It appeared to be spinning rapidly. Then he noticed 4 other similar things, in a semicircle. All five took off, hovering in the sky, about 200 feet high. They emitted a puff of smoke, and vanished into clouds. They left behind 5 circular areas, spiralled flat, with two more being found later. September 1, 1974.
Nipawin: Three witnesses saw a UFO on the ground, with several small beings going up and down a ladder. The area around the UFO was examined and appeared to be burned. Summer 1935.
Peter Pond: Lake monster reports.
Havana: There were several sightings reported of the Blessed Virgin Mary standing on the water of Havana Bay, smiling. She was described as a smiling, olive-skinned woman dressed in white, with long dark hair. Late 1970's.
Disco Bay: A water monster was seen in 1954.
Lake Natsilik: Lake monster reports in 1954.
Lake Umanak: Reports of a white lake monster being spotted in 1954.
Mexico seems to be the arrival point for a number of mysterious teleportations. People in distant locations have been driving, fallen asleep or gone unconscious, and woke up in various places in Mexico. (see Sao Paulo, Brazil, Chascomus, Argentina and Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil).
Coatepec: A humanoid dressed in black spotted.on the Avenida Campillo. He had cat-like eyes, and was carrying a metal or crystal rod that emitted a bright light. September, 1965.
Ixtapalapo: Two bricklayers were working when they saw 2 beings around 6' high, no noses or mouths; floating in the air. They wore silvery, scaly clothing of some odd type.
Lake Catemaco: A huge black snake with horns on its head was spotted in 1969.
Mexico City: Has been seeing UFO's on a regular basis for years now.
Mexico City: A pilot in a small plane was accompanied for a while by 3 UFOs, 10-12' diameter discs. One at each wingtip, and a third underneath on May 3, 1975.
Monterrey: A statue of the Infant Jesus wept, sweated and reportedly, also breathed (!). There were (thousands and thousands of witnesses) January, 1972.
San Tomas: This town has a crying statue of the Madonna that also does mysterious healings.The healing powers of the three-foot Madonna statue in San Tomas were discovered by a 12-year-old girl praying for her mother who was dying of cancer. The girl discovered tears flowing down the statue's cheeks. "I thought it was the morning dew, so I touched the droplet," said Ana Avila, a sixth-grader. "It tasted salty, like a real tear." Her mother was healed. Word quickly spread throughout the town, and other healings have been reported. 1992 ongoing?
Tlacote: A man here has a well that produces water that's "lighter than water". Hundreds of thousands of sick and lame line up for the `light water' in Chahin's well. This water is said to cure everything from AIDS and cancer to obesity or a high cholesterol count. This water weighs less than H2O. 1992 (ongoing?)