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Topic - alaska tsunami warning center
A powerful earthquake sparked a tsunami warning for hundreds of miles of Alaskan and Canadian coastline, but the alert was canceled when no damaging waves were generated.
After Canada's largest earthquake in more than 60 years struck off British Columbia on Oct. 27, many residents complained that the provincial government failed to issue a timely tsunami warning.
A magnitude-6.4 earthquake struck Friday off the coast of British Columbia, the U.S. Geological Survey said.
A powerful earthquake shook a remote Aleutian Islands region of Alaska late Saturday, but there were no reports of damage or injury and no threat of a tsunami, officials said.