In Canada, yes.
It’s hard to predict when, where, and at what magnitude the next earthquake will hit, but there are many places that are statistically “overdue” for a big quake. This is why I feel as though more earthquakes will take place this year, although I’m not sure if we’ve already hit the biggest for the year. One possible location is the Tokai Gap of Japan, which experiences an earthquake about every 150 years, but hasn’t had one since 1856. In the U.S., Los Angeles is at risk with its 150-year cycle for massive earthquakes, since the last big earthquake at the San Andreas Fault was in 1857.
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