A 4.2 magnitude earthquake was recorded west of northern Vancouver Island Monday morning.
Earthquakes Canada said the earthquake struck at 5:43 a.m. PST on March 2 at a depth of five kilometres. It was located 179 kilometres west of Port Hardy.
According to Earthquakes Canada, there was no reports of any damage and none would be expected.
The others included:
- A 4.7 magnitude earthquake 223 km south-southeast of the Village of Queen Charlotte, B.C. on Feb. 14, 2020
- A 3.7 magnitude earthquake 41 km west of Port Clements, B.C. on Feb. 13, 2020
- A 1.9 magnitude earthquake 15 km east-northeast of Chilliwack, B.C. on Jan. 25, 2020.
- A 4.5 magnitude earthquake 29 km south-southwest of Bamfield, B.C. on Jan. 24, 2020
- A 3.8 magnitude earthquake 56 kilometres south of the Village of Queen Charlotte on Jan. 20, 2020
- A 4.8 magnitude earthquake 215 km west of Port Hardy, B.C. on Jan. 8, 2020