The Western Canada Sedimentary Basin (WCSB) is a low seismicity area, with fewer than fifteen cataloged ML>3.5 events since 1985 (Earthquakes Canada, 2013b). Since 1918, there have been more than 800 earthquakes reported in this region (Earthquakes Canada, 2013b), mainly clustered near the town of Rocky Mountain House (Rebollar et al., 1982, 1984; Wetmiller, 1986), the Brazeau River (Schultz et al., 2014), Fort St. John (Horner et al., 1994), Turner Valley, Kinbasket Lake (Ellis and Chandra, 1981), and the Horn River...

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