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Another earthquake aftershock lightly felt, this time in Timberlea: Earthquakes Canada

According to Natural Resources Canada, the earthquake had a depth of two kilometres.
According to Natural Resources Canada, the earthquake had a depth of two kilometres. Natural Resources Canada

Another earthquake aftershock occurred in the Halifax Regional Municipality, according to Earthquakes Canada.

The agency says the aftershock occurred at 2:22 p.m. on Tuesday and was lightly felt in Timberlea.

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The magnitude is listed as 2.2 and the depth at 11 kilometres.

A similar aftershock was felt in the Montebello area of Dartmouth earlier in the day at 12:42 a.m., at a depth of approximately two kilometres.

According to Earthquakes Canada, the original earthquake occurred Sunday night just after 8:30 p.m. in Dartmouth.

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Police received dozens of calls from local residents describing their homes shaking and hearing an “extremely loud noise.”

Halifax Regional Police said there were no injuries or damage to property as a result of the earthquake, which registered at 2.6 on the Richter scale.