Earthquake reported in northern Alberta
No damage expected, says monitoring agency
An earthquake was reported southeast of High Prairie, Alta., on Monday night.
Earthquakes Canada tweeted a magnitude 4.0 earthquake had occurred 31 kilometres southeast of the small Alberta town just before 9 p.m.
EARTHQUAKE Mag=4.0 on 08 Jun at 20:58 MDT.<br><br>Details : <a href="https://t.co/En7VH06EyR">https://t.co/En7VH06EyR</a><br><br>31 km SE of High Prairie, AB—@CANADAquakes
"There are no reports of damage, and none would be expected," read a description on the monitoring agency's website as of Monday night.
Nobody reported feeling the earthquake, the description said.
High Prairie is 370 kilometres northwest of Edmonton.
The last quake recorded by Earthquake Canada was a 3.2 magnitude quake on June 2 about 460 kilometres north of Whitehorse.