Via CBC News, a report posted at 8:31: B.C. earthquake: 6.7 magnitude quake hits near Port Alice, B.C. Excerpt:
A 6.7 magnitude earthquake has struck 40 kilometres northwest of Port Alice at a depth of 22 kilometres, the Pacific Tsunami Information Centre reports.
People from as far away as Kelowna, B.C., nearly a thousand kilometres to the east reported feeling the earthquake. In downtown Vancouver some residents in high rises said they felt their building or chandeliers sway.
There are currently no reports of damage or injury.
The U.S. Geological Survey says a quake of this magnitude is usually followed by aftershocks.
North Vancouver is a lot closer to Port Alice than Kelowna, but we didn't feel a thing here.