Did you feel the earth move under your feet early Tuesday morning?
A 3.1 magnitude earthquake gently rocked the Greater Montreal area around 1:55 a.m.
The epicentre was between Terrebonne and Saint-Jérôme, just north of the island of Montreal.
According to Earthquakes Canada, trembling was “lightly felt in Montreal and region.”
There are no reports of damage in the area and none would be expected in such a case.
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This wasn’t the first time that Montrealers have experienced a low-grade earthquake recently.
In 2014, a mild earthquake rocked the West Island, prompting swift response on social media.
A 3.1-magnitude earthquake was reported in western Quebec in April 2013.