Aftershocks Continue Off Haida Gwaii, Cowichan Unrattled
Aftershocks continue to shake the west coast of British Columbia hours after several quakes ranging from magnitude 7.1 to 7.7 hit off the coast of Prince Rupert Saturday night.
Sunday morning, a 6.4 and 5.2 were registered nearly 100 km southwest of Sandspit, B.C. at a depth of less than 20 km.
Cowichan Valley Regional District safety department manager Sybille Sanderson said there were no reports of tremors being felt in the Cowichan region and no tsunami risk for this area.
The quake struck around 8 p.m. PT and tsunami warnings were issued along the province's northern and central coasts, with advisories extending down the west coast of Vancouver Island and along the Juan de Fuca Strait.
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