An earthquake that struck northeastern B.C. on Thursday evening was “very likely” caused by fracking, a preliminary investigation has found. Earthquakes Canada said the quake had a preliminary magnitude of 4.5, with the epicentre about 16 kilometres southwest of Fort St. John. It hit around 5 p.m. PT, followed by another tremor of similar magnitude, classified as an aftershock, less than an hour later.
M4.5 earthquake and aftershock in B.C., Canada, “very likely” caused by fracking
by Signs of the Times | Dec 5, 2018 | Uncategorized |