"It was a pretty good shake."
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It measured a magnitude of 4.9.
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Government, homeowners need to prepare, report says.
No damage has been reported.
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The economic impact of a 9.0-magnitude earthquake hitting B.C. would be a staggering $75 billion, said a 2013 report.
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Four homes were destroyed in the Alaskan tremor.
"The scientists are all on the same page.''
"I'm thinking, this is serious: this is a real one."
Think twice, it might not be alright.
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The tremor was recorded at between 4.3 and 4.8 magnitude.
The 4.6-magnitude earthquake hit northeastern B.C. in August.
There could be five times as many earthquakes caused by fracking, warns one expert.
A 4.6 magnitude earthquake struck north of Fort St. John on Monday.