Earthquake raises questions about whether B.C. First Nations prepared

APTN National News
A magnitude 6.6 earthquake 150 km out to sea rocked the B.C. coast Wednesday morning raising concerns about whether First Nations are prepared to handle the big one should it come.

No tsunami warning was issued.

The quake was felt as far as Kelowna in the B.C. interior and Seattle to the south.

APTN’s Tina House now with more.

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