Earthquakes Canada is reporting a 3.8 magnitude earthquake happened in the Sudbury area at around 2:15 p.m. today — a magnitude that is considered "mild."
Two seismic events took place Tuesday afternoon, said Cathy Woodgold, a seismologist with Earthquakes Canada.
The events were 3.3 magnitude and 3.8 magnitude, and may not be related to mining activity.
"We presume these are earthquakes, because the magnitude 3.8 is a little too large to be a mining blast,' she said.
Woodgold noted the centre monitors mining activity, but those events usually register a magnitude of around one or two.
Sudbury Police say no injury or damage has been reported to them.