Earthquakes in Montreal? No way!

A small 3.8 magnitude earthquake struck about 70km northeast of Montreal. The shaking was felt in parts of Laval, Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville, and Notre-Dame-de-Grace (NDG).

Epicentral earthquake locations (colored circles) in eastern Canada in five-year intervals starting in 1985. The size of the circles is scaled by their magnitudes. Only earthquakes reported as felt are shown. Animation by Dr. Andres Peña-Castro, McGill University, using data from Natural Resources Canada (NRCan)

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