Earthquakes rattle West Coast and B.C. Interior
6.1 ML quake was felt in Haida Gwaii just before 7 a.m. PT
Two earthquakes rattled British Columbia late Thursday and early Friday morning, but they didn't cause any damage.
It was one of three small quakes in the area since Thursday night, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
The quake was felt on Haida Gwaii and along the North Coast, but there was no damage reported and no tsunami warning was issued.
The Haida Gwaii earthquake was near the junction of three of the earth's tectonic plates, where earthquakes are common. As recently as Tuesday, a 3.6 ML earthquake was reported in the same region.