Did you feel it? At 3:39 pm, a small tremor shivered through Sooke. Following is the Seismogram viewer from Port Renfrew (accessible from the SPN Weather page); it registered also on the one in Victoria Gonzales, BC.
Update: Earthquakes Canada is reporting a 1.7 magnitude earthquake with a depth of 16.38 km. It was centred just south of Victoria (Latitude: 48.34 North, Longitude: 123.43 West), in the Juan de Fuca Strait.
From Seismogram viewer in Port Renfrew:
In related news, the Earthquake Guy on Twitter observed there were over 250 tiny tremors (not felt) in mid Vancouver Island between June 19 and the 20th.
More than 250 tiny tremors (not felt) blanketed south-central Vancouver Island during the past 24 hours, extending from #PortAlberni to #CowichanLake, and slowly moving towards #Bamfield. This is starting to look like the expected (and regular) ETS event: https://t.co/urSgiNhwTU pic.twitter.com/x9Alt4t3N2
— John Cassidy (@earthquakeguy) June 20, 2018
See CHEK News for a write-up on the matter.