An earthquake of 4.4 magnitude was recorded east of the Alberta town of Fox Creek.
The earthquake happened at 5:57 p.m. MT on Saturday, according to Natural Resources Canada.
- Fracking likely linked to 4.4 magnitude quake in Fox Creek
It's the second earthquake near the town this year. The first, recorded on Jan. 22, was also a 4.4-magnitude quake.
At the time, Alberta's provincial energy regulator said the earthquake was likely caused by hydraulic fracturing.
Fox Creek, a town of about 2,000 people in northern Alberta, is largely sustained by oil and gas development.