A 3.7-magnitude earthquake hit a small community in northern New Brunswick, according to Earthquakes Canada.
The agency said the earthquake hit just after 9:45 a.m. in the Gloucester and Restigouche counties, about 16 kilometres west of Petit Rocher.
Shortly after around 12:44 p.m., an aftershock was lightly felt in Nigadoo, Belledune and Robertville in New Brunswick.
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There are no reports of damage, according to Earthquakes Canada, and none would be expected from the earthquake’s low magnitude or aftershock.
This is the second 3.7-magnitude earthquake recorded in New Brunswick this year.
Another 3.7 magnitude earthquake rattled windows and knocked dishes off shelves last January in the community of Grand Bay-Westfield, about 25 kilometres north of Saint John.
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In April 2018, Earthquakes Canada said it recorded 22 earthquakes in New Brunswick during a 30-day span, most of them felt near McAdam.
— With files from The Canadian Press