- published: 23 Jun 2010
- views: 103536
An Earthquake occured on 23/06/10.The quake, which the Geological Survey of Canada reported had a magnitude of 5.0, was felt as far away as Toronto and Windsor, Montreal, Boston, Chicago, Syracuse, N.Y., and Cleveland. It happened at 1:40PM in Ottawa. It just so happened we were recording my brothers talent show during the quake. This video was taken in Ottawa, Ontario in an elemantary school. The earthquake begins at 2:15
"An earthquake struck Ottawa, Canada at approximately 8:45 p.m. Eastern Standard Time on February 24, 2006." said one area resident. Natural Resources Canada, however, says the earthquake of 4.5 magnitude struck Western Quebec on February 25 at approximately 1:39 UTC (Coordinated Universal Time) which is effectively GMT (Greenwich Mean Time). (Earthquakes are generally listed in UTC time to ensure an absolute and consistent basis of when they occurred.) This may have been felt several hundred kilometres away. Located North of Thurso According to the Canadian Press the earthquake was centred north of Thurso, Quebec, "approximately 45 kilometres east-northeast of Ottawa, said John Adams, a seismologist with Natural Resources Canada." Witness reports state somewhat violent shaking with littl...
The quake was felt as far as Toronto Canada . The earthquake has not caused any major damage but did sway buildings and has shaken up the nerves of people in the region ! http://gimquakesmap5.com/ http://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/ http://undergroundworldnews.com
New video and harrowing stories from an Ottawa woman as she returns from Mexico. CTV’s Stefan Keyes shares her story. Subscribe to CTV News to watch more videos: https://www.youtube.com/ctvnews Connect with CTV News: For the latest news visit: http://www.ctvnews.ca/ For a full video offering visit the CTV News Network: http://www.ctvnews.ca/video CTV News on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CTVNews CTV News on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CTVNews Watch CTV News on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WatchCTVNews CTV News on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+CTVNews/posts CTV News on Instagram: https://instagram.com/ctvnews/ CTV News on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ctvnews --- CTV News is Canada's most-watched news organization both locally and nationally, and has a network...
Mexico quake victim Lucia Zamora recounts the ordeal of being trapped for more than 30 hours in a coffin-like airspace when the 7.1 earthquake hit Mexico City, bringing down the office block she was in, along with dozens of other buildings.
The quake was centered in Canada, where people really felt the earth shake.
On Jan. 12, 2010, Air Canada Flight 950 delivered 195 passengers from Montreal to Port au Prince, Haiti as it did each week. But on this day the businesspeople, expatriates and development workers were landing two-and-a-half hours before a devastating earthquake that literally ripped this tiny troubled nation apart. The stories of those on board — many of whom knew one another from frequent trips taken on the same flight — offer a unique and engrossing window through which we witness the tragedy that struck Haiti and still reverberates in Canada. Some of those on board were killed instantly in the quake. Some were injured. Others were conscripted into the daunting crisis that overwhelmed the country — and overwhelms it still. After the Earth Shook follows the struggles of four people wit...
That was scary cuz I live on 23 floor((
OTTAWA - Buildings shook, people ran into the streets, and millions felt the earth shift beneath their feet in central Canada today. A magnitude five earthquake, centred north of Ottawa, shook up the nation's capital today and was felt from Montreal to Windsor. There were no serious injuries, but there is damage, especially at the epicentre in rural Quebec. Even in a place like Vancouver Island, where earthquakes are not entirely unexpected, the rumbler that hit southern Ontario and Quebec today would have been a shock.
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada experienced a magnitude 5 earthquake on June 23, 2010. Although Ottawa is in a zone of seismic risk in Canada, earthquakes of this magnitude are rare and most people were not prepared. This TV interview discusses earthquake risk in the Ottawa area, and the reaction to the 30 seconds of shaking that the city underwent.
An earthquake rocks buildings and sends people fleeing into the streets in areas of Canada.
As it happened at 1:41PM today, I was recording this narrated video clip about the BP Oil Spill and a loud snap was heard from the ceiling and then everything in the room started to shake. Earthquake June 23 2010? The Ground is Shaking Here in Peterborough Ontario Canada 5.5 magnitude Live as it happened! That was scary. OMG! What is going wrong? Cumberland Ontario was possible location 18km deep
Two earthquakes shook eastern Ontario and Quebec Friday morning, with tremors felt as far away as Barrie and Toronto. A 5.1 magnitude quake occurred near Shawville, Que., at 9:43 a.m., according to Earthquakes Canada. Ten minutes later, an earthquake shook Braeside, Ont, near Arnprior. Braeside is located roughly 75 kilometres west of Ottawa. The current data was automatically detected and seismologists are now working to confirm the specifics of the earthquake's magnitude, said a spokesperson from Natural Resources Canada. "Sometimes there are minor adjustments made. It could have been a 5.1 or a 5.0, that kind of thing," he said. A 5.1 magnitude earthquake is rarely powerful enough to cause any damage.
An auto store in Virginia was filming a commercial when the 5.8 magnitude earthquake hit. (Aug. 23)
When the shaking stopped, Faye Kennedy felt relief. Then, out of the corner of her eye, she saw the avalanche. The 32-year-old Ottawan was on vacation in Nepal last month, trekking with two friends in Langtang National Park, when the magnitude 7.8 earthquake that has killed more than 7,600 people struck. Aired on CBC News Ottawa May 7, 2015 http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/nepal-quake-survivor-faye-kennedy-shares-harrowing-journey-1.3064267
When the shaking stopped, Faye Kennedy felt relief. Then, out of the corner of her eye, she saw the avalanche. Ottawa trekker Faye Kennedy, 32, was on vacation in Nepal last month, trekking with two friends in Langtang National Park, when the magnitude 7.8 earthquake that has killed more than 7,600 people struck. Story aired May 7, 2015 on CBC News Ottawa: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/nepal-quake-survivor-faye-kennedy-shares-harrowing-journey-1.3064267