About 2:39 this morning (Saturday, January 5) the first of what would be five earthquakes rumbled along the southern end of the Queen Charlotte Islands. The initial one came in at 5.6 followed by two stronger temblors at 3:01 and 3:45 which were both listed as 6.5 on the Richter scale.
Four o’clock brought a smaller quake in the area of 5.0 and a 4.2 aftershock was reported at 9:16 this morning.
The quakes were centred south of the Charlottes about 330 kms south of Prince Rupert, which probably accounts for why there was no noticeable movement along the North Coast…
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