GRAND PRAIRIE – Earthquakes Canada says a 4.0 magnitude shake was recorded in northern Alberta on Monday night.
The agency says the earthquake was recorded just over 31 kilometres southeast of High Prairie, at 8:58 p.m.
It says there are no reports of damage, and none would be expected.
Earthquakes Canada says there are no “felt” reports of the shake at this time.
EARTHQUAKE Mag=4.0 on 08 Jun at 20:58 MDT.
Details : https://t.co/En7VH06EyR
31 km SE of High Prairie, AB
— Earthquakes Canada (@CANADAquakes) June 9, 2020
The earthquake follows a 3.5 magnitude shake in Keno, Yukon, last Tuesday.
Last month saw six shocks in Canada with the largest being a 4.9 magnitude tremor recorded 129 kilometres west of Port Alice, B.C. on May 22.