A systematic earthquakee measuring 7.7 jolted British Columbia’s north-central coast Saturday night, startling residents and forcing a lot of to leave their homes for higher ground ahead of a probable tsunami. West Coast and Alaska Tsunami Caution Center / Google Maps Warnings noticeable in red, watches noticeable in yellow (as of 11:12 PT via West Coast and Alaska Tsunami Warning Center)It is the biggest earthquake to hit Canada in decades. Tsunami warnings were issue for the North Coast and Haida Gwaii islands and one parts of the central coast, including Bella, Bella Coola and Shear water. The B.C. emergency co-ordination main issued a bulletin saying a low level tsunami could crash marinas and other coastal infrastructure or create brawny currents in harbors and coastal areas.