Small earthquake strikes B.C. coast off Sechelt
A 3.2-magnitude earthquake that struck off the B.C. coast early Thursday morning may have been felt by some residents on Vancouver Island and in the Gulf Islands.
The small quake was recorded underwater between 17 kilometres west of Sechelt shortly before 7 a.m., according to Natural Resources Canada.
The agency said the quake was “lightly felt” in Powell River, Roberts Creek and Salt Spring Island.
There are no reports of damage, and none are expected.
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