A minor earthquake rattled British Columbia on Christmas Eve.
Earthquakes Canada reported the 4.7 magnitude quake struck at 1 a.m. PST Saturday at a depth of 10 kilometres.
The epicentre was 38 km east-southeast of Masset, B.C.
The quake was lightly felt in Haida Gwaii, Masset, Port Clements, and Skidegate.
The agency said there are no reports of damage.
Did you feel shaking on #HaidaGwaii at 01:01 a.m. today? That was a M4.7 earthquake ~40 km ESE of Masset, felt across much of Haida Gwaii and at Prince Rupert.
Please report shaking here:https://t.co/LoPkzoKxRw
Several aftershocks recorded. pic.twitter.com/12QbXln97n
— John Cassidy (@earthquakeguy) December 24, 2022