Eastern Canada - Earthquakes
15 June 8:55 p.m. PDT: A M3.9 earthquake occurred in northwestern BC, aftershock of recent earthquake.
19 June 10:22am PDT: A M4.0 earthquake has occurred west of Gold River, near Nootka Island.
19 June 2017 update: A tsunami was reported near Uummanaq, western Greenland at 00:15 UT 18 June (22:15 17 June, local time). It has now been confirmed by the Danish military that a rockfall, which likely triggered the tsunami, occurred in the region. The cause of the rockfall is under investigation. Analysis of the recorded waveforms shows no evidence for an earthquake of magnitude 4.1 as was initially reported. The possibility that the rockfall was triggered by a very small earthquake cannot be completely ruled out.
15 June 8:55 p.m. PDT: A M3.6 earthquake in Washington State was felt on southern Vancouver Island. No reports of damage and none expected.
- 2017-05-30: M=2.7 - 15 km SE of La Malbaie, QC - felt
- 2017-05-22: M=3.0 - 3 km WNW of Beaupre, QC - felt
- 2017-04-21: M=2.8 - 8 km N of Val-des-Bois, QC - felt
- 2017-04-05: M=2.5 - 12 km W of Sudbury, ON - felt
- 2017-01-17: M=2.3 - 12 km S from Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts, QC - felt
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