An earthquake was reported just off the coast of Bella Bella, B.C. The west coast of Canada and the United States have experienced many earthquakes in the last few days, according to the USGS.\nThe earthquake recorded in Bella Bella has been recorded at magnitudes varying between 4.6 and 5.6. Earthquakes Canada has recorded it as being a 5.1 magnitude quake.\nAs of now, there are no reports of structural damage or injuries to any people.\nThe earthquake happened at approximately 5:51 local time, which is at around 8:51 a.m. in Montreal. The USGS recorded three separate shakes, at 5:51, 5:58 and 6:03 a.m.\nEarthquakes Canada\nThe earthquake took place just outside of Bella Bella, on the coast of B.C.\nREAD ALSO: Potentially Deadly Condition Associated With 16 Dog Food Brands Sold In Canada, FDA Warns\nAccording to Earthquakes Canada, "there are no reports of damage, and none would be expected. No tsunami expected."\nEARTHQUAKE Mag=5.6 on 05 Jul at 05:58 PDT.Details : https://t.co/idNLNBGRI7220 km WSW of Bella Bella, BC— Earthquakes Canada (@CANADAquakes) July 5, 2019\nAccording to Global News, a number of earthquakes have been reported in the area since June, ranging from 3.1 to 5.8 in magnitude.\nREAD ALSO: TELUS Announces New Unlimited Data Plans With No Overage Charges & $0 Upfront "On Every Single Phone"\nThis earthquake takes place just after a report that Canada is ill-prepared to deal with the effects of climate change, like more frequently occuring natural disasters.\nAn earthquake was recorded just off the coast of Canada this morning. The earthquake was recorded at a magnitude of between 4.6 and 5.6. It struck just off of Bella Bella. There are no reports of injuries or damage due to the earthquake.\nRead the Earthquakes Canada report here.\nRead the USGS report here.