4.0M earthquake 31 km SE of High Prairie, Alberta; 10 felt reports, NRC says none. Tweet: “That’s a weird place for a quake.” Tweet: “Probably not with all the fracking that goes on in the area.”

Comments to the CBC News article:

Shawn Bereziuk Reply to @Holley Hardin: And there is no fracking within 200 miles of High Prairie.!!

Neil Korchinski Reply to @Shawn Bereziuk: – So what was that fracking job that I did around Sunset House? A figment of my imagination?

NRC Twitter report and tweets in response snap taken June 9, 2020 from: https://twitter.com/CANADAquakes/status/1270196226042916865

Details Report snap taken June 9, 2020 from: https://earthquakescanada.nrcan.gc.ca/recent/2020/20200609.0258/index-en.php

Felt Reports snap taken June 9, 2020, from: https://earthquakescanada.nrcan.gc.ca/recent/2020/20200609.0258/dyfi-en.php

Weather Network report snap taken June 9, 2020, from: https://twitter.com/weathernetwork/status/1270354967531061248

Earthquake reported in northern Alberta, No damage expected, says monitoring agency by CBC News, Jun 09, 2020 6:20 AM MT

The seismic activity was detected 31 kilometres southeast of High Prairie, Alta. (Earthquakes Canada)

An earthquake was reported southeast of High Prairie, Alta., on Monday night.

Earthquakes Canada tweeted a magnitude 4.0 earthquake had occurred 31 kilometres southeast of the small Alberta town just before 9 p.m.

Earthquakes Canada✔@CANADAquakes

EARTHQUAKE Mag=4.0 on 08 Jun at 20:58 MDT.

Details : http://www.earthquakescanada.ca 

31 km SE of High Prairie, AB

“There are no reports of damage, and none would be expected,” read a description on the monitoring agency’s website as of Monday night.

“No felt reports at this time.”

High Prairie is 370 kilometres northwest of Edmonton. 

The last quake recorded by Earthquake Canada was a 3.2 magnitude quake on June 2 about 460 kilometres north of Whitehorse.

A few of the comments:

Holley Hardin
The usual oil “Experts” from the island will tell us the cause is fracking…watch for it…

Shawn Bereziuk Reply to @Holley Hardin: And there is no fracking within 200 miles of High Prairie.!!

Neil Korchinski Reply to @Shawn Bereziuk: – So what was that fracking job that I did around Sunset House? A figment of my imagination?

Refer also to:

2020: Alberta: AGS confirms frac’ing caused 4.18M earthquake that rattled many homes from Sylvan Lake to Red Deer last March, knocked out power to 4,600 customers, and caused subsequent 3.13M and smaller cluster of quakes. “Complaints of damage from the event were received.” And a water well was damaged by frac’ing near Sylvan.

2020: Scrubbadubbadub! Happy Frac’ing Holidays! Two earthquakes west of Alberta’s Fox Creek Frac Hub: 4.0M on Dec 25; 4.1M on Dec 30. Like a coronavirus, it spreads. Earthquakes Canada already scrubbed the 4.1M; nothing reported in the media or by AER, again. Too busy farting in Post Media’s War Room.

2019: Alberta Imposes New Frac’ing Restrictions Near Brazeau Dam after Quakes

2019: Vesta Energy Ltd update on 4.6M fracquake near Red Deer March 4, 2019 that knocked out power to 4,600 Fortis Alberta customers, some reports of damage including to home driveway and underground electrical line.

2019: 4.6M earthquake, 1 km in depth, most powerful yet in central Alberta, hits SW of Red Deer, cracks walls in homes, knocks power out to thousands. Vesta Energy reports quake to AER, shuts down frac’ing. AER investigating. Geological Survey of Canada says looks like fra’cing didn’t do it.

2019: 4.1M earthquake hits near Esterhazy, Saskatchewan, “rattling homes.” Power out for Esterhazy, Whitewood, Moosomin, Rockanville, Wapella, Tantallon for 2.5 hours. “My mother’s rocking chair started rocking.” Children screamed and cried, “It was scary.” Earthquakes Canada reports it “lightly felt.” Numerous new “undefined” directional wells drilled in area.

2019: What the Frac Hell is going on in Canada! 3.9M earthquake west of Frac’d Crazy Fox Creek Alberta reported by Earthquakes Canada, 1 km depth, now scrubbed from their website!

2016: Grovedale water treatment plant in the works for hamlet and surrounding area. Or to serve frac’ers? “The oil companies are looking at any water source they can for fracking”

Map Grovedale Alberta showing Fox Creek

2016: The Flint Policy in Ontario? Neighbours angry over NRC silence on drinking water contamination, NRC warned employees to drink bottled water 2 years before warning public not to drink the water NRC contaminated

2015 MDGreenview Newsletter:

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