a 6.2 earthquake struck the Islands in much the same location as Saturday nights major temblor of 7.7.
Haida Gwaii had been feeling the after shocks of that Saturday night quake for much of the last two days, with most of the after shocks registering in the 4.0 to 5.3 range.
Monday night's quake struck at 7:49 and was a noticeable bump up in the intensity level, though the Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre was quick to issue a notice that no tsunami was expected from the event.
The USGS listing of earthquakes can be found here.
Our Archive of seismic events can be found here.
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CBC Daybreak North-- Seismologist answers questions about Haida Gwaii aftershocks (audio)
CBC News-- 6.2 quake rattles B. C. coast
CBC Daybreak North-- "If there had been a tsunami... the people of Masset would not have survived" (audio)
Sit News-- 7.7 magnitude quake grabs Ketchikan's attention
The Northern View-- What would have happened?
The Northern View-- Roads, cell service among MP's concerns for emergencies on Haida Gwaii
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Reuters-- Shallow 6.3 quake off west Canada coast: USGS
CKWX 1130-- Another Powerful earthquake hits Haida Gwaii
Vancouver Sun-- 6.2 M earthquake recorded off Haida Gwaii, no tsunami alert issued
CFTK-- Aftershocks Continue to Rumble Under Haida Gwaii
CFTK-- Questions Raised Over Provincial Earthquake Response
CFTK-- MP notes Infrastructure shortfalls on Haida Gwaii
CFTK-- Fire Chiefs tell residents to be Earthquake Ready
CFTK-- Emergency Preparedness (video)