Eastern Canada - Earthquakes
Dec. 09 08:20 a.m. PST - A M5.4 offshore earthquake was detected 149 km southwest of Port Hardy, BC. Not felt. No tsunami expected. 09:48 PST - M4.8 aftershock. Nov. 30 23:33 p.m. PST - A M4.5 offshore earthquake was detected 146 km west of Port Alice, BC. Not felt. No tsunami expected. Earthquake Report Nov. 30 8:29 a.m. AKST - A major (M7) earthquake has struck near Anchorage, AK. Details from the United States Geological Survey Tsunami info Nov. 29 6:27 p.m. MST - A M4.5 earthquake near Fort St. John was felt across a large area of northeast BC. Details Followed by 2 felt aftershocks Nov. 29 7:15 p.m. MST - A M4.0 aftershock was felt at Fort St. John and nearby communities. Details
- 2018-11-25: M=2.7 - 7 km WSW of Sainte-Martine, QC - felt
- 2018-11-08: M=3.2 - 14 km SW of La Malbaie, QC - felt
- 2018-10-22: M=3.1 - 34 km SW of Saint-Michel-des-Saints, QC - felt
- 2018-10-21: M=2.7 - 12 km WSW of La Malbaie, QC - felt
- 2018-10-19: M=2.1 - Blast 6 km NW of Chicoutimi-Jonquiere, QC - felt
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