The most recent volcanic eruption in Canada was the 1775 eruption of the Tseax Cone volcano in what is now British Columbia. The local First Nations people, the Nisga’a, have stories about a prolonged period of volcanic activity, including the destruction of a village due to poisonous volcanic gas.
Luckily, modern monitoring technology makes it very unlikely that another eruption would cause similar fatalities. However, an eruption would cause short-term damage to the local ecosystem, which includes important salmon fisheries.
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