I had extreme difficulty finding anything for Canada. The best I could do was the massive database map mash-up on UFO Maps. The KMZ file is too large to display on a traditional Google Maps but it can be downloaded for Google Earth. The maps information is based information from the National UFO Reporting Center and UFO Evidence.
Maybe aliens dislike southerners and Canadians equally
This map comes from Virgin Media and claims to be sightings since 1961. Interestingly there is no citation for where the information comes from.
The English Midlands are the hotspot for UFO sightings on the island of Great Britain. This area is densely populated with the largest city being Birmingham. While the densely populated Midlands do break the "less population equals more UFO sightings" formula, the most densely part of Great Britain, Greater London, is not ranked in the top ten regions with UFO sightings.
|Yeah West Yorkshire is the hot spot but only 34 sightings since 1961?|
The big thing about the map is that it claims West Yorkshire, the UFO hot spot for all of Great Britain, has had 34 sightings since 1961. Only? That is less than one a year. This could be seem to imply that "weird thing in the sky must be something paranormalish and therefore reported" line of thinking is more American than anything else. Maybe British people are not distrubed by weird things flying or Americans' imaginations have the better of them.
The last map I was able to find was Argentina sightings from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON). The map reports to show findings from 2005 to 2010.
By far most sightings are in and around the capital and largest city of Buenos Aires. Most of the remaining sightings to the north and west of Buenos Aires. The less populated south has only reported a few UFO sightings in the last five years. Either aliens are Peronists or the power of cross-culturalization has had an effect as globalized Argentinians see and report UFOs while the gauchos and Mapuche Indians have yet to be influenced by the UFO-mindset.